White-hot Marsh not thinking about ODIs

Justin Chadwick
Shaun Marsh won't contemplate an Australian recall despite a run-laden domestic summer

In-form batsman Shaun Marsh won't let his mind wander to the possibility of a dream ODI recall despite his recent stunning streak with the bat.

Marsh's unbeaten 101 against Queensland on Tuesday helped lift WA to the One Day Cup title.

The 36-year-old has posted a series of high scores this summer, including a 214 in a Sheffield Shield match against Victoria last month.

Marsh's last ODI appearance was at the World Cup in June, and he faces a challenge to work his way back into the selection mix.

And although his form is as good as ever, the classy left-hander said international honours weren't on his mind.

"I keep saying it, it's not something I'm really thinking about," Marsh said.

"My sole focus is playing well for WA, and that's where my head's at. I'm enjoying being that senior figure within the group and leading the way here."

Marsh will line up for WA in the upcoming Shield clash with South Australia at the WACA Ground, starting Friday.

WA (13.4 points) sit third on the ladder, behind Queensland (17.38) and NSW (31).

Marsh hopes WA's one-day triumph will help them build momentum in the Shield format as they attempt to end their 21-year title drought.