|Born||28 July 1970|
|Domestic team information|
|List A debut||21 March 1998 Malaysia v Agriculture Development Bank of Pakistan|
|Last List A||14 September 1998 Malaysia v Jamaica|
|ICC Trophy debut||28 June 2001 Malaysia v France|
|Last ICC Trophy||4 July 2001 Malaysia v Argentina|
Source: CricketArchive, 15 January 2008
Chew was born in Johor in 1970, and first represented Malaysia at Under-19 level, playing in the Youth Asia Cup in 1989. He made his debut for the senior side in September 1992, playing in the annual Saudara Cup match against Singapore. It was almost four years before his next match for Malaysia, playing one match in the Stan Nagaiah Trophy series against Singapore in February 1996.
He played in the Saudara Cup match in 1997, and played one match in the Stan Nagaiah Trophy series of 1998 before making his List A debut, playing two matches in the Wills Cup, a Pakistani domestic one-day competition. Later in the year he represented Malaysia in the cricket tournament at the 1998 Commonwealth Games, hosted in Kuala Lumpur. He also played in the ACC Trophy in Nepal the same year.
He played in the Saudara Cup and Stan Nagaiah Trophy in both 1999 and 2000 before playing three matches in the 2001 ICC Trophy in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. After playing in the ACC Trophy in Singapore in 2002. To date, his last match for Malaysia was in the Saudara Cup against Singapore in August 2002.
- Cricinfo profile
- CricketArchive profile
- Teams played for by Chew Cheong at CricketArchive
- Other matches played by Chew Cheong Archived 16 October 2012 at the Wayback Machine at CricketArchive
- List A matches played by Chew Cheong at CricketArchive
- ICC Trophy matches played by Chew Cheong at CricketArchive
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