"I'm honoured to lend my name to the Mark Taylor Club. I look forward to seeing you at the cricket, and enjoying the fantastic facilities available as part of Cricket NSW's official membership program." - Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor played 100 First Class matches for NSW, scoring 6997 runs at 41.40 with 17 centuries. He captained his State on 32 occasions including to victory in the 1989/90 Sheffield Shield Final.
Taylor played 104 Tests for Australia making 7525 runs with a highest score of 334 not out. He was one of this country’s most successful captains and was at the helm when Australia broke the West Indies’ dominance of International cricket with victory in a Test series in the Caribbean.