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Mark Boucher


Country: South Africa
Date of Birth: December 3, 2021
Place of Birth: East London,Cape Province
Batting Style: Right Handed
Bowling Style: Right-arm medium
Skill: Wicket Keeper
Teams Played: Africa XI, ICC World XI, Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore, South Africa, Warriors

Batting Performance

Tests144202235407125 53530.2150.16
ODI295221574686147* 12628.5784.77
T20s2521626836 0017.8797.45
IPL31241039450* 0128.14127.92

Bowling & Fielding Performance


Career Performance

First MatchLast Match
TestsOctober 17, 2021 v Pakistan at Sheikhupura Stadium, SheikhupuraJanuary 3, 2022 v Sri Lanka at Newlands, Cape Town
ODIsJanuary 16, 2022 v New Zealand at W.A.C.A. Ground, PerthOctober 28, 2021 v Australia at Kingsmead, Durban
T20sOctober 21, 2021 v New Zealand at The Wanderers Stadium, JohannesburgMay 10, 2022 v Pakistan at Beausejour Cricket Ground, St Lucia
IPLApril 18, 2022 v Kolkata Knight Riders at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, BengaluruMay 14, 2022 v Royal Challengers Bangalore at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru


Mark Boucher is one of the breed of thriving wicketkeepers to hold the record of most dismissals. He is also a versatile batsman down the order. He debuted against Pakistan on October 17, 1997.

In his second Test match against Pakistan in 1998 and first on home soil, Boucher put up a stand of 195 runs with teammate Pat Symcox for the ninth wicket in one of his finest innings when South Africa were at 166 for the loss of eight wickets.

During his tours to England in 1998 and 1999 World Cup, he displayed grit which made him a part of the Test team for 75 consecutive Tests until he was dropped for the Indian tour in 2004. He became the South African vice-captain when Shaun Pollock replaced Hansie Cronje as the skipper. He was also named captain for some tours.
Boucher has ably concluded many run chases for his side. He scored a triumphant 50 as South Africa impeccably chased Australia’s 434 for four at Johannesburg in 2006.

A few months later he hit the second fastest century in ODIs reaching the hundred off just 44 balls against Zimbabwe on his way to an unbeaten 147 off 68 balls with ten sixes and eight fours; not surprisingly for Boucher as he has a high career strike rate.

The stumper is hailed as one of the greatest wicketkeepers in the world today.