Mark John Greatbatch (born on 11 December in Auckland) was a New Zealand cricketer. He scored more than 2,000 runs in his 41 Tests for New Zealand. A left-handed batsman and very occasional right-arm medium pace bowler in first class cricket for Auckland and Central Districts, Greatbatch scored 9,890 first class runs in total as well as being an occasional wicket keeper.
[ESPNcricinfo.com] England at The Oval in 1973), Allan Border (89 and 83 for Australia v England in Sydney in ), Graham Gooch (85 and 88 for England v India at The Oval in 1990) and Mark Greatbatch (87 and 88 for New Zealand v Zimbabwe in Bulawayo in ).
[New Zealand Herald] - Most galling to Franklin was selector Mark Greatbatch telling him he only picked up a ranking in the short forms, meaning he was adjudged to be outside the country's top 25 test players. "I find that hard to fathom. I played the last test New Zealand
[Expressindia.com] - Mark Greatbatch was. Having lost his hamstring during a rescue act with Ken Rutherford, Crowe was helped by veteran Greatbatch right through the innings. That's before his supposed aide ran him out. The day only got worse from there on as Crowe
[New Zealand Herald] - Interim national selection manager Mark Greatbatch says the pair can cement a test spot after fine domestic form: "I know it's 'only' domestic cricket, but Broom's been consistent in the longer version with plenty of centuries [four] across all formats
[Yahoo! Cricket] - Inspired by what Sanath Jayasuriya and Romesh Kaluwitharana did in the World Cup (and Mark Greatbatch earlier in the World Cup), most ODI teams began to exploit the field restrictions in the first 15 overs to significantly accelerate their
[Stuff.co.nz] - Acting national selection manager Mark Greatbatch said Nicol was "very close" to making the World Cup squad earlier this year. He said Nicol's inclusion was reward for a strong domestic season, but also showed the panel's belief that he had something