Mark Chapman is a famous 29 years-old Hong Kong-born New Zealand international batter cricket player, who started playing international cricket in the year 2014, And Nowadays he is a part of only White ball (ODI and T20I) formats of international cricket.
Apart from this, he started playing domestic cricket in the year 2011 when he was only 16 -17 year old and he started domestic cricket with the Hong Kong Cricket Club team, and he is also part of St Lucia Stars team in Caribbean Premier League (CPL) since 2018.
|Full Name||Mark Sinclair Chapman|
|Nick Name||Mark Chapman|
|Date of Birth||27 June 1994|
|Mark Chapman age||29 years|
|Birth Place||British Hong Kong|
|Batting Style||Left hand Batter|
|Bowling Style||Slow left-arm orthodox|
|Batting Position||Mid Position|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Mark Chapman Height (approx)||In centimeters -178cm|
In meters – 1.78 m
In feet – 5’9” feet
Hong Kong Cricket Club
Hong Kong Under-15s
Hong Kong Under-19s
St Lucia Stars
|Mark Chapman Jersey number||88|
|Cricket Debut||Domestic Cricket debut|
He made Test debut on 17 December 2015 in the match of Northern Dis vs Auckland at Auckland.
List A cricket debut
He made List A debut on 08 April 2011 in the match of Uganda vs Hong Kong at ICCA 2 Dubai.
He made T20s debut on 15 November 2013 in the match of Hong Kong vs Italy at Tolerance Oval.
International Cricket Debut
Not yet debut.
ODI cricket debut
He made his ODI debut on 16 November 2015 in the match of Hong Kong vs U.A.E. at ICCA Dubai.
T20I cricket debut
He made his T20I debut on 16 March 2014 in the match of Hong Kong vs Nepal at Chattogram.
|Mark Chapman Net Worth||Approx $3 to $4 million|
|College||King’s College, Auckland|
|Family||Father- Peter |
Mother- Not Known
Siblings- Not Known
|Mark Chapman Wife||Not Known|
Mark Chapman Biography (Wiki)
Mark Chapman is a professional cricketer hailing from New Zealand known for his prowess as a left-handed batsman and occasional left-arm orthodox spin bowling. Born on 27 June 1994, in Hong Kong, he is a versatile and dynamic player who has represented both Hong Kong and New Zealand in international cricket.
Mark Chapman Domestic Career
Mark Chapman’s domestic cricket career began in Hong Kong, where he played for the Kowloon Cantons in the Hong Kong T20 Blitz. His performances in domestic competitions earned him recognition as one of Hong Kong’s top cricket talents.
On 08 April 2011, Chapman made his List A debut against the Uganda team at ICCA 2 Dubai. And then, He made his domestic T20 debut on 15 November 2013 against the Italy team during the 2013 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier. And On 1 January 2018, he scored his 1st century in a Twenty20, against Canterbury in the 2017–18 Super Smash.
He made his first-class debut on 17 December 2015 against Northern Dis team in the 2015–16 Plunket Shield.
Mark Chapman International Career
Mark Chapman’s international cricket journey commenced with the Hong Kong national cricket team. He made his debut for Hong Kong in 2015, becoming one of the key players in the squad. His performances in T20 Internationals and One Day Internationals (ODIs) for Hong Kong earned him recognition on the global cricket stage.
And He made his T20 International debut on 16 March 2014 in the match of Hong Kong vs Nepal at Chattogram. then on 16 November 2015, he made his One Day debut in the match of Hong Kong vs U.A.E. at ICCA Dubai.
|Mark Chapman ODI debut||16 March 2014 against Nepal|
|Mark Chapman T20I debut||16 November 2015 against U.A.E|
Selection and debut in New Zealand team
In February 2018, Chapman was added to New Zealand’s T20I squad, for their Trans-Tasman tri-series against Australia and England. He made his T20I debut for New Zealand against England on 13 February 2018 and became the sixth cricketer to play T20Is for two international teams.
Chapman was named to New Zealand’s ODI squad as a cover for injured Kane Williamson. On 28 February 2018 against England, Chapman made his ODI debut for New Zealand
Unknown Facts About Mark Chapman
- Chapman is a Hong Kong-born New Zealand, Who holds dual citizenship with both New Zealand and Hong Kong.
- And he was the leading run-scorer with 480 runs in eight matches in the 2017–18 Ford Trophy.
- He is also part of the New Zealand team in the One Day International World cup 2023.