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Cricket-Marsh to stand down as Australia's chief selector

SYDNEY, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Australia will have a new chairman of selectors before the next Ashes series after Cricket Australia said on Thursday that Rodney Marsh would not be seeking to stay on in the role when his contract expires next year.
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