Full name Mark David Bailey
Born November 26, 1970, Hamilton, Waikato
Current age 45 years 246 days
Major teams New Zealand, Northern Districts
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Relation Uncle - JF Bailey
|Only ODI||New Zealand v Zimbabwe at Dhaka, Oct 24, 1998 scorecard|
|First-class span||1989/90 - 2001/02|
|List A span||1989/90 - 2001/02|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|31||NZCPA Masters XI||v NZ U19||Hamilton||23 Dec 2007||Other T20|
|9*, 0c/0s||New Zealand||v Australia||Kowloon||12 Nov 2006||Other OD|
|2, 0c/0s||New Zealand||v Sri Lanka||Kowloon||12 Nov 2006||Other OD|
|16, 0c/0s||New Zealand||v England||Kowloon||11 Nov 2006||Other OD|
|0c/0s, 4||New Zealand||v South Africa||Kowloon||11 Nov 2006||Other OD|
Mark Bailey made his international debut at the 1998 Commonwealth Games - the first and only Games to feature cricket. His selection, as cover for the injured Chris Cairns, was reward for an outstanding summer batting at No.3 for the State Northern Knights. Bailey had scored the most runs in the inaugural Shell Conference competition, averaged 61 in the Shell Trophy and 24 in the Shell Cup.
Bailey played only one match at the Games but was included in the squad to travel to Bangladesh for the inaugural ICC Knockout Tournament. He played one game in Dhaka but did not get to bat. Later in the summer Bailey was overlooked by selectors who opted for the in-form Roger Twose when Cairns was again injured and he retired shortly afterwards.
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Also: the fastest Indian to 50 wickets, and Yasir Shah's unwanted "double-hundred"