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Team flagNZ29 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#46 Batter in T20I
#79 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

17 (15) *vs AUS, T20I
2 (3) vs AUS, T20I
18 (13) *vs AUS, T20I
32 (58) vs CS, LIST A
90 (107) vs WEL, LIST A
12 (22) vs CS, LIST A
1 (3) vs PAK, T20I
1 (2) vs PAK, T20I
4 (9) vs PAK, T20I
26 (11) vs PAK, T20I
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
WC ODI
Matches23
Innings20
Runs486
100s2
50s0
HS124
SR109.21
Avg28.59
Fours40
Sixes18
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:U.A.E. vs Hong Kong at ICCA Dubai - November 16, 2015

Teams played for

Hong Kong New Zealand Auckland Hong Kong Cricket Club Hong Kong Under-15s Hong Kong Under-19s St Lucia Stars

About Mark Chapman

NameMark Chapman
GenderMale
Birth27 Jun 1994
Birth PlaceHong Kong
Height5 ft 7 in
NationalityNew Zealander

Having represented Hong Kong in the U 19 World Cup at a tender age of 15, Mark Chapman has now taken the elevation to the next level having represented New Zealand for the first time in 2018 against England. He is among those rare breeds of cricketers who have scored an ODI century in his ODI debut. He is currently in the elite list of batsmen like Desmond Haynes, Andy Flower, Dennis Amiss, Philip Hughes, and Martin Guptill who has scored a century on their ODI debuts. He achieved that feat against UAE in 2015 when he smashed a sensational 124. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Having represented Hong Kong in the U 19 World Cup at a tender age of 15, Mark Chapman has now taken the elevation to the next level having represented New Zealand for the first time in 2018 against England. He is among those rare breeds of cricketers who have scored an ODI century in his ODI debut. He is currently in the elite list of batsmen like Desmond Haynes, Andy Flower, Dennis Amiss, Philip Hughes, and Martin Guptill who has scored a century on their ODI debuts. He achieved that feat against UAE in 2015 when he smashed a sensational 124. 

Born in Hong Kong to a Chinese mother and a Kiwi father, Chapman has taken good strides in international cricket in the recent past but is yet to secure his place in the New Zealand limited-overs set up. Chapman’s talent from a pretty early age was never in question but at the age of 27 and has represented New Zealand, he will look to develop himself into an all-round batsman going forward. 

Having started off his cricket in Hong Kong who is yet to establish themselves at the international circuit, Chapman never really managed to make a name for himself despite reaching a significant landmark in his debut game. However, it was his consistent performances for Hong Kong which helped them gain promotion from Division three to two in 2011. He was part of the New Zealand ODI squad during the ODI series against India earlier in 2020 and will look to continue to rack up some impressive performances in the near future if given a chance.