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Mark Stoneman

Team flagENG36 yrs
batting styleleft handed Batter
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Mark Stoneman Recent Form

Batting

MDX vs GLM, First class63 (117)
MDX vs GLM, First class129 (244)
MDX vs LEIC, First class8 (16)
MDX vs GLCS, First class0 (20)
MDX vs GLCS, First class29 (52)
MDX vs YORKS, First class0 (2)
MDX vs YORKS, First class42 (71)
MDX vs NOR, First class12 (36)
MDX vs GLM, First class97 (180)
MDX vs NOTS, First class14 (18)
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Bowling

MDX vs SUR, First class0-2
MDX vs SUR, First class0-9
MDX vs SUS, LIST A0-33
MDX vs DUR, First class0-5
MDX vs SUS, First class0-26
MDX vs NOTS, First class0-27
MDX vs SUS, First class0-19
MDX vs SUS, First class1-34
MDX vs LEIC, First class0-4
MDX vs DBS, First class0-8
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Mark Stoneman Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
Test1120526056044.2827.68661----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
Test11000.000.000000.00----

Carrer Debut Information

Test Debut
England vs West Indies at Birmingham - August 17 - 19, 2017

Teams played for

England Durham England U19s Surrey

About Mark Stoneman

NameMark Stoneman
GenderMale
Birth26 Jun 1987
Birth PlaceNewcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
NationalityEnglish

A calm, composed opening batsman, Mark Stoneman is a professional cricketer for the Three Lions. Quite an underrated southpaw, he represented England in 11 Tests in 2017-18 before being abruptly dropped from the squad. Nevertheless, Stoneman has had a domestic career to remember amassing over 15000 runs across all formats.... continue reading

Player Bio

A calm, composed opening batsman, Mark Stoneman is a professional cricketer for the Three Lions. Quite an underrated southpaw, he represented England in 11 Tests in 2017-18 before being abruptly dropped from the squad. Nevertheless, Stoneman has had a domestic career to remember amassing over 15000 runs across all formats.

The Newcastle-born opener first arrived at the domestic scene for Durham in 2007 making his first-class debut against Sussex. He had a forgettable debut scoring just 17 runs in a horrifying defeat by an innings and 102 runs. After a miserable time in the 2006 U-19 World Cup with England, Stoneman broke into the first team of Durham at the age of 20. 

After spending over 10 years with Durham, Stoneman decided to pen down a contract with Surrey prior to the 2017 season that resulted in the England call-up for the Test series against the Men in Maroon.  He was handed his much-awaited debut cap against Sri Lanka on August 17th, 2014. 

On his debut for Surrey, the veteran struck 165 runs against Warwickshire in the Championship’s season opener. He had a breathtaking season which resulted in another callup for the 2017/18 Ashes series in Australia.  A devastating Ashes series saw him lose his place in the English squad, returning back to the domestic circuit.

Stoneman also earned a brief run as a captain in the absence of Rory Burns and Ben Foakes in 2020. His continued presence at the top of the order for Surrey alongside Rory Burns has earned him a lot of praise in recent times.  Currently, in the twilight of his career, he would be hoping to end a great domestic career on a high note.

(As of August 2021)