DateLine: 29th March 2013
Former Sussex batsman Murray Goodwin enjoyed an outstanding first season with Glamorgan in 2013, amassing over a thousand runs and ending the season as the Club’s leading run-scorer in Championship cricket.
The former Zimbabwean international has scored over 25,000 runs in all competitions and during a twelve year stay with Sussex, Murray hit two triple centuries including a Club record 344* against Somerset in 2009.
Originally from Harare, Murray has also spent a number of years in Australia, where he began his first-class career with Western Australia. His Test career ended after the England tour of 2000 and despite playing just 19 Tests, his batting record placed him in the upper echelons of Zimbabwe cricket history.
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