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Guestspeaker- Mark Boucher
Mark Boucher
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Location:
Cape Town South Africa
Preferred Language:
English
Tags:
Cricket,Professional sportsman
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Mark Verdon Boucher, or Billy/Bouch as his friends like to call him, was born  the 3rd December 1976, in East London.  He was schooled at Selborne College where he matriculated.

If Mark wasn’t playing cricket, he'd be playing golf!                
 
Mark's track record is as follow:
 
Cricket South Africa Long Service Award.
 
South African Cricketer of the year 2006.
 
South African Cricketer of the year  2000.
 
South African Cricketer of the year 1998.
 
Hit the winning runs in the 438 game.
 
Holds the record for the quickest 200 catches test matches.
 
Played in the final of the 1998 Commonwealth Games, where South Africa won a gold medal.
 
Scored the second fastest ODI century.
 
The first wicketkeeper to have effected 400 dismissals.
 
The first wicketkeeper in the history of the game to make 500 Test match dismissals.
 
Is the fastest South African wicketkeeper to reach 50 and 100 test dismissals.
 
Holds the record for highest score by a nightwatchman.
 
He holds the record for the most dismissals (999) in Test cricket.
 
He has played over one hundred consecutive ODIs for his country and is one of only eleven players to achieve this.
 
Only wicketkeeper to score a fifty and effect six dismissals in an innings of Test match two times.
 
Total of 555 dismissals is the record for wicketkeepers.
 
Holds the South African record for the fastest ODI century.
 
Holds the world record for the highest ninth wicket test match partnership with Pat Symcox.
 
Is statistically the most successful wicket keeper in the history of the game.
 
Has completed the unique Test double of 5 000 runs and 500 dismissals.
 
Once kept wicket through2346 Test runs without conceding a bye.
 
Played in 75 consecutive Test match appearances from 1997 - 2004 - a South African record.
 
He has represented this country as both captain and vice-captain.
 
Has taken 1 Test wicket and he is not even a bowler.
Mark Verdon Boucher, or Billy/Bouch as his friends like to call him, was born  the 3rd December 1976, in East London.  He was schooled at Selborne College where he matriculated.

If Mark wasn’t playing cricket, he'd be playing golf!                
 
Mark's track record is as follow:
 
Cricket South Africa Long Service Award.
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