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Todd Marshall Death? | Todd Marshall Obituary? – Todd Marshall was born on October 08, 1998. He is an Australian rules footballer playing for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He is a tall key-position player.

Todd Marshall lost both of his parents within twelve months at the age of 19.

Todd Marshall grew up in Deniliquin, New South Wales. As a teenager he was a talented cricket player, touring England with NSW youth teams. He made the decision to focus on football at a relatively late age, playing his first full TAC Cup season with the Murray Bushrangers in 2016. Marshall also represented NSW/ACT at the 2016 AFL Under 18 Championships.[1][2] He fell into Greater Western Sydney Giants’ recruitment zone in the Riverina and was briefly part of its academy, but in May 2016 the AFL ruled that Marshall had not spent enough time at the club and thus would have to go through the normal draft process rather than going straight to GWS as an academy player.

Todd Marshall is not Dead

Worrying signs for Port Adelaide youngster Todd Marshall. He’s been taken to the rooms with a shoulder injury.

No shoulder? No worries. Todd Marshall dislocates his shoulder but courageously returned to the field and finished out the match #AFLFinals.

Todd Marshall right shoulder injury. Typically results in AC joint sprain, possibility of AC/clavicle/scapula fracture can’t be excluded. High grade injury possible with traumatic landing. If somehow minor return can be possible with pain-killing injection.

Port Adelaide’s first pick of the 2016 AFL Draft, Marshall came to Alberton via selection No. 16. The tall forward from New South Wales had a cricket background but decided to focus on footy full-time leading up to the draft. Strong marking and capable of swinging down back, he’s a long-term prospect for Port. TIMELINE 2017 In his first year of senior footy, Todd Marshall debuted in Round 22 and played three games to end the season including the elimination final. The tall forward showed some terrific signs early in his career, and kicked his first career goal against the Suns in Round 23. 2018 Marshall kicked seven goals in his first two games of the season before taking some personal leave after a personal tragedy. The exciting youngster returned to a rousing reception against the Bulldogs. He finished the season with 11 goals from seven games.At a glance Junior Clubs: Deniliquin/Murray U18 Clubs: Port Adelaide (2016 National Draft, pick 16) Debut: R 22, 2017 Recruited from: Murray Bushrangers Sponsors: D’Andrea Architects, Northern Tree Services.

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