The Marsh Cup 2023

24 Sep 2023 - 28 Sep 2023
Marsh Cup 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after New South Wales vs Western Australia match (Updated) ft. Daniel Hughes & Andrew Tye Marsh Cup 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after New South Wales vs Western Australia match (Updated) ft. Daniel Hughes & Andrew Tye
Marsh Cup 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after New South Wales vs Western Australia match (Updated) ft. Daniel Hughes & Andrew Tye
Marsh Cup 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after Victoria vs New South Wales match (Updated) ft. Thomas Rogers & Jordan Buckingham Marsh Cup 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after Victoria vs New South Wales match (Updated) ft. Thomas Rogers & Jordan Buckingham
Marsh Cup 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after Victoria vs New South Wales match (Updated) ft. Thomas Rogers & Jordan Buckingham
Marsh One Day Cup 2023-24 Points Table: Updated standings after Victoria vs New South Wales, Match 21 Marsh One Day Cup 2023-24 Points Table: Updated standings after Victoria vs New South Wales, Match 21
Marsh One Day Cup 2023-24 Points Table: Updated standings after Victoria vs New South Wales, Match 21
Marsh Cup 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after Queensland vs Tasmania match (Updated) ft. Thomas Rogers & Jordan Buckingham Marsh Cup 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after Queensland vs Tasmania match (Updated) ft. Thomas Rogers & Jordan Buckingham
Marsh Cup 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after Queensland vs Tasmania match (Updated) ft. Thomas Rogers & Jordan Buckingham
Marsh One Day Cup 2023-24 Points Table: Updated standings after Queensland vs Tasmania, Match 18 Marsh One Day Cup 2023-24 Points Table: Updated standings after Queensland vs Tasmania, Match 18
Marsh One Day Cup 2023-24 Points Table: Updated standings after Queensland vs Tasmania, Match 18
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About Marsh Cup

The Australian Domestic One-Day Competition is a limited-overs cricket tournament that takes place in Australia. The tournament was established in 1969–70. It is currently branded as the Marsh One-Day Cup for the 2022–23 season . Established in 1968, the tournament is administered by Cricket Australia. The format of the tournament is round robin followed by a finals series. The tournament was initially a knockout cup. The matches are of One-day format (50 overs per innings).


Table of Contents


  1. History
  2. Matches
  3. Teams

History


The tournament was introduced as a response to England’s Gillette Cup which was first played in 1963, thus becoming the second country ever to have a domestic one-day competition. It also holds the distinction of being the first List A competition to feature players numbers on their backs, introducing them in 1995.

The current champions, that is the champions of the 2021-22 edition of Australian Domestic One-Day Competition are New South Wales. The Western Australia are the most successful team in the history of the tournament, winning the Championship for a total of 14 times.



Marsh Cup 2019-20 Winners


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Matches


The matches are played in a round-robin format followed by the finals round, although previously it was played as a knockout tournament. A total of 22 matches will be played in the competition.


A win is awarded four points with the losing team getting no points while a tie or a draw results in both the team sharing two points. There is also the system of bonus points where teams are awarded bonus points for having run rate 1.25 times of the opposition.


Teams


The tournament is contested amongst the six teams representing the six states of Australia. There are three other teams which have also participated in the tournament for short periods of time: New Zealand's national team has competed in several early editions of the tournament, a team representing Australian Capital Territory has participated for a brief period in the late 1990s, and a select Cricket Australia XI took part as the seventh team for three seasons starting with 2015–16.


Given below is a list of all the teams which has ever participated in the Australian Domestic One-Day Competition.


State/TerritoryNicknameHome ground/sCity/Cities
New South WalesBluesSydney Cricket GroundSydney
QueenslandBullsBrisbane Cricket GroundBrisbane
South AustraliaRedbacksAdelaide OvalAdelaide
TasmaniaTigersBellerive OvalHobart
VictoriaBushrangersMelbourne Cricket GroundMelbourne
Western AustraliaWarriorsWACA GroundPerth

Also see - Marsh One Day cup schedule


The Australian Domestic One-Day Competition has been renamed several times. It was generally in accordance with the sponsors of a particular season. It was recently named Marsh One-Day Cup for the 2019-20 edition. Given below is a list of all of the competition names.


  1. 1969–70 & 1970–71 : Vehicle & General Australasian Knock-out Competition
  2. 1971–72 & 1972–73 : Coca-Cola Australasian Knock-out Competition
  3. 1973–74 to 1978–79 : Gillette Cup
  4. 1979–80 to 1987–88 : McDonald's Cup
  5. 1988–89 to 1991–92 : FAI Cup
  6. 1992–93 to 2000–01 : Mercantile Mutual Cup
  7. 2001–02 to 2005–06 : ING Cup
  8. 2006–07 to 2009–10 : Ford Ranger Cup
  9. 2010–11 to 2013–14 : Ryobi One-Day Cup
  10. 2014–15 to 2016–17 : Matador BBQs One-Day Cup
  11. 2017–18 to 2018–19 : JLT One-Day Cup
  12. 2019–20 : Marsh One-Day Cup
  13. 2020-21 : Marsh One-Day Cup
  14. 2021-22 : Marsh One-Day Cup



Last Modified Oct 8, 2023 18:45 IST
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