Matches (20)
T20 World Cup (6)
CE Cup (4)
T20 Blast (10)

Full Name

Mark Sinclair Chapman

Born

June 27, 1994, Hong Kong

Age

29y 353d

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Bowling Style

Slow Left arm Orthodox

Playing Role

Allrounder

Education

King's College, Auckland

Born in Hong Kong, but qualifying for New Zealand through his father, Chapman began his international career with the country of his birth in 2014 having previously made the Under-19 squad as a 15-year-old. He made a century on ODI debut against UAE in 2015 having flown 20 hours following exams in New Zealand, but soon decided to throw his lot in with New Zealand and focused on his career with Auckland. His first New Zealand call-up came in early 2018 for the T20 tri-series involving England and Australia. It was reward for a prolific 2017-18 white-ball season by the left-hander, who scored over 300 runs in the Super Smash and more than 400 in the one-day Ford Trophy. He also bowls part-time left-arm spin which he has been encouraged to continue to work on. As a teenager he suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee playing rugby in New Zealand but it did not stall his cricket career.
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Mark Chapman Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
ODIs23203486124*28.58445109.2120401840
T20Is7668141548104*28.661167132.641813357260
FC44778295414642.81479161.6561739333380
List A837710280815741.91290496.6971426367330
T20s159142223139104*26.152356133.23219271113530

Bowling

FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
ODIs23------------
T20Is767849941/91/924.757.0721.0000
FC441236624611/601/105246.004.03366.0000
List A8326611650143/413/4146.426.3843.6000
T20s15939491652223/223/2229.637.9622.3000
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Photos of Mark Chapman

Mark Chapman gets some big-hitting practice
Mark Chapman kept New Zealand's chase on track
Mark Chapman and Dean Foxcroft added 117 off 68 balls for the third wicket
Mark Chapman hammered an unbeaten 87 off 42 balls to help New Zealand make it 1-1
Mark Chapman and James Neesham celebrate after getting the better of Pakistan by seven wickets
The Pakistan bowlers had no answers to a stunning Mark Chapman assault