|Full name||Marlon Ian Black|
|Born||7 June 1975|
California, Trinidad and Tobago
|Test debut||23 November 2000 v Australia|
|Last Test||19 April 2002 v India|
|ODI debut||14 January 2001 v Australia|
|Last ODI||9 December 2001 v Zimbabwe|
|Domestic team information|
|1993–2004||Trinidad and Tobago|
Source: Cricket Archive, 24 October 2010
He played his last international in 2002 due largely to an incident where he was attacked and badly beaten outside a Melbourne nightclub. Black had been out clubbing with his teammates Wavell Hinds and Sylvester Joseph to mark the end of their tour. Walking back to their hotel, they came across four drunk men smashing bottles on the road. The two groups got into a confrontation and when the men got aggressive the cricketers tried to flee. Hinds and Joseph got away but Black was knocked unconscious after being badly beaten.
Black now lives in Sunderland in England and has four children, having played club cricket for Sefton Park (1999), Huyton (2000-2003), Sunderland (2004-2005), Northern (2006), Bamford Fieldhouse (2008-2013), Crompton(2014) and Hylton since 2015. 
- "Court hears Black lost international place after attack". 2 October 2001. Retrieved 18 September 2014.
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