Vic Marks made his first-class debut for Somerset in 1975 and went on to play for the county for 14 years in over 340 first class games taking over 850 wickets. He also scored over 12,000 runs giving him a batting average of over 30.29 runs.
In 1980 Vic made his England ODI debut against the West Indies followed by his Test debut in 1982 against Pakistan.
He went on to play only six Test matches but was an important member of the ODI squad for a number of years appearing 34 times and taking 44 wickets at the good bowling average of 25.79.
After retiring from playing he went into journalism and broadcasting, and is now a regular summariser on the radio for Test Match Specials and he also writes for the Observer newspaper.
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