Benji Marshall (born Benjamin Quentin Marshall; 25 February 1985 in Whakatane, New Zealand) is a professional rugby league footballer with the Wests Tigers of the National Rugby League (NRL). A goal-kicking five-eighth, he is the current captain of the New Zealand national team, with whom he won the 2008 World Cup and 2010 Four Nations tournaments. Marshall has spent his whole NRL career to date with the Tigers, winning the 2005 Telstra Premiership with them. He has been noted for his flamboyant attack, including sidesteps, no-look passes and flick-passes. In 2010 won the Golden Boot Award for the World's best player.
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... Hohaia 1 (24') J Smith 1 (28') Ropati 1 (61') Marshall 1 (76') Blair Goals 3/3 (25', 28', 50') Luke 2/3 (71', 77') Marshall Australia Position New. 5th Minute Benji Marshall almost opened the scoring for New Zealand after he ran on to a Nathan Fien grubber ... Australia 10-6 New Zealand 28th Minute Benji Marshall looked to have lost the ball before David Fa'alogo was able to run away and put Jerome Ropati in to score ...
... The major injury loss was the star playmaker Benji Marshall ... These injuries meant Marshall played very little football ... The Wests Tigers won the match 24-15 after a late surge led by Marshall ...
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