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Old June 15, 2007, 12:57 PM
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may be, but it is temporary. Ireland also declared their side for the upcoming one day matches

However, he has not ruled out a return to New Zealand in the coming years. Marshall said his decision was based on securing his financial future. "This has been the most difficult decision of my life," he said. "I have been extremely proud to represent my country during the last six years and have thoroughly enjoyed every moment of my time in the Blackcaps."

Marshall, 28, is currently registered as an overseas player with Gloucestershire but he carries an Irish passport, meaning he can remain as a local player. He has not played Test cricket since the tour of South Africa last April and was a late addition to New Zealand's World Cup squad, where he featured in three matches and scored one half-century.
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