Vic Marks Net Worth – Under Review
Vic Marks is a former Somerset and English cricketer. Marks started his professional career in cricket when he made his first class introduction in the 1975 English domestic season. Five years after, he made his One Day International (ODI) debut from the West Indies. In 1982, he made his Test debut against Pakistan. Vic Marks has played in six Tests and thirty four ODI. He’s taken forty four wickets at a bowling average of 25.79. In 1984, he made a bowling return finest at ODI along with his five for 20 for England against New Zealand which stays the greatest one-day innings evaluation by an England slow bowler. He was the first English bowler to earn that accomplishment, after followed by seamers Darren Gough, Mark Ealham and Andrew Flintoff. Marks made a notable first class career for Somerset between 1975 and 1989. With 342 first class matches, he’s taken 859 wickets at 33.28 while scoring 12,419 runs at a batting average of 30.29. He was a popular and well-enjoyed cricketer during his career. When Vic Marks retired from cricket, he went into journalism and broadcasting. He’s now a routine summarizer on Test Match Special, andalso often writes about cricket and sometimes, rugby union for The Observer newspaper. Now, he’s the Chairman of Cricket at Somerset.