List of cricketers who have scored centuries in both innings of a Test match

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A 1909 photograph of Warren Bardsley
Bardsley c.1909

In cricket, a player is said to have scored a century when he scores 100 or more runs in a single innings. Test cricket, the longest version of the game, involves two innings per side in a match. An individual scoring centuries in each innings of a Test match is considered a "milestone" by critics.[1][2] Players from all teams that are full members of the International Cricket Council (ICC) have scored centuries in each innings with the exception of Bangladesh.[a][4]

The first player to score centuries in both innings of a Test match was Warren Bardsley of Australia, who made 136 and 130 against England in August 1909.[5][6] Since Bardsley, the feat has been accomplished by 59 players on 73 different occasions as of March 2014.[4] As of 2014, ten players have scored two centuries in a match twice,[b] while Sunil Gavaskar of India and Ricky Ponting of Australia have achieved this feat thrice.[4] England's Graham Gooch has the highest aggregate in a match while scoring centuries in both the innings; his combined tally of 456 runs in the match—333 in the first and 123 in the second innings—was entered into The Guinness Book of Records as "Most runs scored by a player in a Test match (male)".[7][8] His compatriot Michael Vaughan has the lowest aggregate with 204 runs.[4] Sri Lanka's Aravinda de Silva is the only player to remain not out in both the innings.[4]

There have been three instances of two players scoring two centuries in the same match – Denis Compton and Arthur Morris during a match between Australia and England in 1947,[c] Greg Chappell and Ian Chappell against New Zealand in March 1974,[d] and Asanka Gurusinha and Andrew Jones in 1991.[e] Lawrence Rowe of West Indies and Yasir Hameed of Pakistan are the only debutants to score centuries in both innings of a Test match, doing so in 1972 and 2003 respectively.[10] Australia's David Warner is the most recent cricketer to achieve this feat; he made 135 and 145 against South Africa in March 2014.[4]

Key[edit]

(L-R) Sunil Gavaskar and Ricky Ponting are the only players to score two centuries in a match on three separate occasions.
  • T1 – First century made by batsman in the match
  • T2 – Second century made by batsman in the match
  • * – Batsman remained not out
  • Date – Starting date of the Test match
  • Won – The match was won by the batsman's team
  • Lost – The match was lost by the batsman's team
  • Drawn – The match ended in a draw

Table[edit]

  • The list is arranged chronologically. To sort this table by any statistic, click on the icon on the column title.
No. Player T1 T2 Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref
1 Bardsley, WarrenWarren Bardsley 1362 1302  Australia  England Kennington Oval, London 9 August 1909 Drawn [11]
2 Russell, JackJack Russell 1402 111  England  South Africa Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban 16 February 1923 Won [12]
3 Sutcliffe, HerbertHerbert Sutcliffe 176 1271  England  Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 1 January 1925 Lost [13]
4 Hammond, WallyWally Hammond 1192* 177  England  Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 1 February 1929 Won [14]
5 Sutcliffe, HerbertHerbert Sutcliffe 1041 1094*  England  South Africa Kennington Oval, London 17 August 1929 Lost [15]
6 Headley, GeorgeGeorge Headley 1142 112  West Indies  England Bourda, Georgetown 21 February 1930 Won [16]
7 Paynter, EddieEddie Paynter 1174 1001  England  South Africa Old Wanderers, Johannesburg 24 December 1938 Drawn [17]
8 Headley, GeorgeGeorge Headley 106 1072  West Indies  England Lord's Cricket Ground, London 24 June 1939 Lost [18]
9 Compton, DenisDenis Compton 147 1036*  England  Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 31 January 1947 Drawn [19]
10 Morris, ArthurArthur Morris 1223 1242*  Australia  England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 31 January 1947 Drawn [19]
11 Melville, AlanAlan Melville 189 1043*  South Africa  England Trent Bridge, Nottingham 7 June 1947 Drawn [20]
12 Mitchell, BruceBruce Mitchell 1202 189*  South Africa  England Kennington Oval, London 16 August 1947 Drawn [21]
13 Bradman, DonDon Bradman 132 1272*  Australia  India Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 1 January 1948 Won [22]
14 Hazare, VijayVijay Hazare 1162 1452  India  Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 23 January 1948 Won [23]
15 Weekes, Everton Everton Weekes 1622 1012  West Indies  India Eden Gardens, Kolkata 31 December 1948 Drawn [24]
16 Moroney, JackJack Moroney 1182 1014*  Australia  South Africa Old Wanderers, Johannesburg 10 February 1950 Drawn [25]
17 Walcott, ClydeClyde Walcott 126 1104  West Indies  Australia Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain 11 April 1955 Drawn [26]
18 Walcott, ClydeClyde Walcott 1552 1103  West Indies  Australia Sabina Park, Kingston 11 June 1955 Lost [27]
19 Sobers, GarfieldGarfield Sobers 125 1093*  West Indies  Pakistan Bourda, Georgetown 13 March 1958 Won [28]
20 Kanhai, RohanRohan Kanhai 1173 1152  West Indies  Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 27 January 1961 Drawn [29]
21 Mohammad, HanifHanif Mohammad 1112 1041  Pakistan  England Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 19 January 1962 Drawn [30]
22 Simpson, BobBob Simpson 153 1151  Australia  Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi 24 October 1964 Drawn [31]
23 Walters, DougDoug Walters 242 1032  Australia  West Indies Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 14 February 1969 Won [32]
24 Gavaskar, SunilSunil Gavaskar 124 220  India  West Indies Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain 13 April 1971 Drawn [33]
25 Rowe, LawrenceLawrence Rowe 214 1005*  West Indies  New Zealand Sabina Park, Kingston 16 February 1972 Drawn [34]
26 Chappell, GregGreg Chappell 247* 1332  Australia  New Zealand Basin Reserve, Wellington 1 March 19741 Drawn [35]
27 Chappell, IanIan Chappell 145 1211  Australia  New Zealand Basin Reserve, Wellington 1 March 19742 Drawn [35]
28 Turner, GlennGlenn Turner 101 1105*  New Zealand  Australia Lancaster Park, Christchurch 8 March 1974 Won [36]
29 Chappell, GregGreg Chappell 1232 1092*  Australia  West Indies Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 28 November 1975 Won [37]
30 Greenidge, GordonGordon Greenidge 134 1011  West Indies  England Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester 8 July 1976 Won [38]
31 Howarth, GeoffGeoff Howarth 1222 1022  New Zealand  England Eden Park, Auckland 4 March 1978 Drawn [39]
32 Gavaskar, SunilSunil Gavaskar 1111 137  India  Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi 14 November 1978 Lost [40]
33 Gavaskar, SunilSunil Gavaskar 107 182*  India  West Indies Eden Gardens, Kolkata 29 December 1978 Drawn [41]
34 Border, AllanAllan Border 150* 153  Australia  Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 18 March 1980 Drawn [42]
35 Mendis, DuleepDuleep Mendis 1052 1053  Sri Lanka  India M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Madras 17 September 1982 Drawn [43]
36 Miandad, JavedJaved Miandad 1042 1035*  Pakistan  New Zealand Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad 25 November 1984 Won [44]
37 Border, AllanAllan Border 1401 114*  Australia  New Zealand Lancaster Park, Christchurch 28 February 1986 Drawn [45]
38 Jones, DeanDean Jones 1161 1213*  Australia  Pakistan Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 19 January 1990 Drawn [46]
39 Gooch, GrahamGraham Gooch 333 1231  England  India Lord's Cricket Ground, London 26 July 1990 Won [47]
40 Gurusinha, AsankaAsanka Gurusinha 1191 1021  Sri Lanka  New Zealand Seddon Park, Hamilton 21 February 19911 Drawn [48]
41 Jones, AndrewAndrew Jones 1221 1004*  New Zealand  Sri Lanka Seddon Park, Hamilton 21 February 19912 Drawn [48]
42 Stewart, AlecAlec Stewart 1181 1432  England  West Indies Kensington Oval, Bridgetown 8 April 1994 Won [49]
43 Kirsten, GaryGary Kirsten 1022 1331  South Africa  India Eden Gardens, Kolkata 27 November 1996 Won [50]
44 de Silva, AravindaAravinda de Silva 138* 1034*  Sri Lanka  Pakistan Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 26 April 1997 Drawn [51]
45 Waugh, SteveSteve Waugh 108 1162  Australia  England Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester 13 July 1997 Won [52]
46 de Silva, AravindaAravinda de Silva 146 120  Sri Lanka  India Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 9 August 1997 Drawn [53]
47 Flower, GrantGrant Flower 1041 151  Zimbabwe  New Zealand Harare Sports Club, Harare 18 September 1997 Drawn [54]
48 Dravid, RahulRahul Dravid 190 1033*  India  New Zealand Seddon Park, Hamilton 2 January 1999 Drawn [55]
49 Wasti, WajahatullahWajahatullah Wasti 133 1212*  Pakistan  Sri Lanka Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 4 March 1999 Drawn [56]
50 Flower, AndyAndy Flower 1422 199*  Zimbabwe  South Africa Harare Sports Club, Harare 7 September 2001 Lost [57]
51 Lara, BrianBrian Lara 221 1301  West Indies  Sri Lanka Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 29 November 2001 Lost [58]
52 Hayden, MatthewMatthew Hayden 197 1031  Australia  England Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 7 November 2002 Won [59]
53 Hameed, YasirYasir Hameed 170 1052  Pakistan  Bangladesh National Stadium, Karachi 20 August 2003 Won [60]
54 Hayden, MatthewMatthew Hayden 1172 132  Australia  Sri Lanka Bundaberg Rum Stadium, Cairns 9 July 2004 Drawn [61]
55 Vaughan, MichaelMichael Vaughan 1031 1013*  England  West Indies Lord's Cricket Ground, London 22 July 2004 Won [62]
56 Trescothick, MarcusMarcus Trescothick 1052 1071  England  West Indies Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham 29 July 2004 Won [63]
57 Dravid, RahulRahul Dravid 110 135  India  Pakistan Eden Gardens, Kolkata 16 March 2005 Won [64]
58 Ponting, RickyRicky Ponting 149 1042*  Australia  West Indies Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 3 November 2005 Won [65]
59 ul Haq, InzamamInzamam ul Haq 109 1003*  Pakistan  England Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad 20 November 2005 Drawn [66]
60 Ponting, RickyRicky Ponting 1201 1433*  Australia  South Africa Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 2 January 2006 Won [67]
61 Ponting, RickyRicky Ponting 1031 1161  Australia  South Africa Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban 24 March 2006 Won [68]
62 Yousuf, MohammadMohammad Yousuf 1021 1241  Pakistan  West Indies National Stadium, Karachi 27 November 2006 Won [69]
63 Kallis, JacquesJacques Kallis 1551 1002*  South Africa  Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi 1 October 2007 Won [70]
64 Strauss, AndrewAndrew Strauss 1231 108  England  India M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 11 December 2008 Lost [71]
65 Dilshan, TillakaratneTillakaratne Dilshan 1621 1431  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Chittagong Divisional Stadium, Chittagong 3 January 2009 Won [72]
66 Hughes, PhillipPhillip Hughes 115 160  Australia  South Africa Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban 16 March 2009 Won [73]
67 Amla, HashimHashim Amla 1141 1232*  South Africa  India Eden Gardens, Kolkata 14 February 2010 Lost [74]
68 Kallis, JacquesJacques Kallis 161 1091*  South Africa  India Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town 2 January 2011 Drawn [75]
69 Powell, KieranKieran Powell 1171 1102  West Indies  Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka 13 November 2012 Won [76]
70 Sangakkara, KumarKumar Sangakkara 1421 1051  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Galle International Stadium, Galle 8 March 2013 Drawn [77]
71 Fulton, PeterPeter Fulton 1361 1101  New Zealand  England Eden Park, Auckland 22 March 2013 Drawn [78]
72 Taylor, BrendanBrendan Taylor 171 1023*  Zimbabwe  Bangladesh Harare Sports Club, Harare 17 April 2013 Won [79]
73 Sangakkara, KumarKumar Sangakkara 319 1053*  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong 4 February 2014 Drawn [80]
74 Warner, DavidDavid Warner 135 1451  Australia  South Africa Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town 1 March 2014 Won [81]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The teams are Australia, England, New Zealand, Pakistan, West Indies, India, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh and South Africa.[3]
  2. ^ The players are George Headley, Herbert Sutcliffe, Clyde Walcott, Greg Chappell, Allan Border, Aravinda de Silva, Rahul Dravid, Matthew Hayden, Jacques Kallis and Kumar Sangakkara.[4]
  3. ^ Denis Compton played for England while Arthur Morris played for Australia.[4]
  4. ^ The Australian batsmen are the only pair of brothers to achieve the feat.[9]
  5. ^ Asanka Gurusinha and Andrew Jones scored hundreds for Sri Lanka and New Zealand respectively.[4]

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