List of Australia Test cricket records

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This is a list of Australian Test cricket records. It is based on the List of Test cricket records, but concentrates solely on records dealing with the Australian Test cricket team, and any cricketers who have played for that team.

Australia took part in the first recognised Test cricket match against England in March 1877, and the records listed here date from that time.

Listing criteria[edit]

In general the top ten are listed in each category (except when there is a tie for the last place among the ten, when all the tied record holders are noted).

Listing notation[edit]

Team Notation

  • (300-3) indicates that a team scored 300 runs for three wickets and the innings was closed, either due to a successful run chase or if no playing time remained.
  • (300-3 d) indicates that a team scored 300 runs for three wickets, and declared its innings closed.
  • (300) indicates that a team scored 300 runs and was all out, either by losing all ten wickets or by having one or more batsmen unable to bat and losing the remaining wickets.

Batting Notation

  • (100) indicates that a batsman scored 100 runs and was out.
  • (100*) indicates that a batsman scored 100 runs and was not out.

Bowling Notation

  • (5-100) indicates that a bowler has captured 5 wickets while giving away 100 runs.

Currently playing

  • Record holders who are currently playing Test cricket (i.e. their record details listed could change) are shown in bold

Team records[edit]

Team wins, losses, ties, and draws[edit]

Matches played (total)[edit]

Team 1st Test Matches Won Lost Drawn Tied  % Won
 Australia March 1877 775 364 205 204 2 46.96
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Matches played (by country)[edit]

Team Opponent 1st Test Matches Won Lost Drawn Tied  % Won
 Australia  England March 1877 336 138 105 93 0 41.07
 Australia  South Africa October 1902 91 50 21 20 0 54.95
 Australia  West Indies December 1930 113 56 32 24 1 49.55
 Australia  New Zealand March 1946 52 27 8 17 0 51.92
 Australia  India November 1947 90 40 24 25 1 44.44
 Australia  Pakistan October 1956 59 28 14 17 0 47.45
 Australia  Sri Lanka April 1983 26 17 1 8 0 65.38
 Australia  Zimbabwe October 1999 3 3 0 0 0 100.00
 Australia  Bangladesh July 2003 4 4 0 0 0 100.00
 Australia ICC World XI October 2005 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Highest scores (Innings)[edit]

Rank Score Opposition Venue Season
1 758-8d  West Indies Kingston 1955
2 735-6d  Zimbabwe Perth 2003–04
3 729-6d  England Lord's 1930
4 701  England The Oval 1934
5 695  England The Oval 1930
6 674-6d  England SWALEC Stadium 2009
7 674  India Adelaide 1948–49
8 668  West Indies Bridgetown 1955
9 659-4d  India SCG 2011–12
10 659-8d  England SCG 1946–47
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 25 Aug 2013.

Lowest scores (Innings)[edit]

Rank Score Opposition Venue Season
1 36  England Edgbaston 1902
2 42  England Sydney 1888
3 44  England The Oval 1896
4 47  South Africa Newlands 2011
5 53  England Lord's 1896
6 58  England Brisbane 1936–37
7 60  England Lord's 1888
8 63  England The Oval 1882
9 65  England The Oval 1912
10 66  England Brisbane 1928–29
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 7 October 2014.

Greatest win margins (by innings)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 Innings and 360 runs  Australia (690-7d) beat  South Africa (159 & 133) Johannesburg 2001–02
2 Innings and 332 runs  Australia (644) beat  England (141 & 172) Brisbane 1946–47
3 Innings and 259 runs  Australia (545-7d) beat  South Africa (158 & 132) Port Elizabeth 1949–50
4 Innings and 226 runs  Australia (380-8d) beat  India (58 & 98) Brisbane 1947–48
5 Innings and 222 runs  Australia (540-6d) beat  New Zealand (161 & 161) Hobart 1993–94
6 Innings and 217 runs  Australia (557) beat  West Indies (183 & 148) Brisbane 1930–31
7 Innings and 201 runs  Australia (467) beat  Sri Lanka (150 & 103) Melbourne 2012-13
8 Innings and 200 runs  Australia (608) beat  England (239 & 165) Melbourne 1936–37
9 Innings and 198 runs  Australia (319) beat  Pakistan (59 & 53) Sharjah 2002
10 Innings and 196 runs  Australia (629-8d) beat  South Africa (302 & 130) Johannesburg 1996–97
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 28 December 2012.

Greatest win margins (by 10 wickets)[edit]

Rank Opponent No. wins Most recent venue Season
1  England 6 Sydney 2006–07
 South Africa 6 Sydney 2001–02
3  West Indies 5 Bridgetown 1995
4  New Zealand 3 Wellington 2009–10
 Pakistan 3 Brisbane 1999–2000
 India 3 Mumbai 2001
7  Sri Lanka 1 Melbourne 1995–96
 Zimbabwe 1 Harare 1999
9  Bangladesh 0
ICC World XI 0
Note: Australia has won a Test match by 10 wickets on 28 occasions.

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 January 2010.

Greatest win margins (by runs)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 562 runs  Australia (701 & 327) beat  England (321 & 145) The Oval 1934
2 530 runs  Australia (328 & 578) beat  South Africa (205 & 171) Melbourne 1910–11
3 491 runs  Australia (381 & 361-5d) beat  Pakistan (179 & 72) Perth 2004–05
4 409 runs  Australia (350 & 460-7d) beat  England (215 & 186) Lord's 1948
5 405 runs  Australia (566-8d & 254-2d) beat  England (312 & 103) Lord's 2015
6 384 runs  Australia (492 & 295-5d) beat  England (325 & 79) Brisbane 2002–03
7 382 runs  Australia (238 & 411) beat  England (124 & 143) Adelaide 1894–95
382 runs  Australia (619 & 394-8d) beat  West Indies (279 & 352) Sydney 1968–69
9 381 runs  Australia (295 & 401-7d) beat  England (136 & 179) Brisbane 2013–14
10 379 runs  Australia (435 & 283-2d) beat  West Indies (210 & 129) Brisbane 2005–06
11 377 runs  Australia (267 & 581) beat  England (190 & 281) Sydney 1920–21
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 24 November 2013.

Narrowest win margins (by wickets)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 By 1 wicket  Australia (216 & 260-9) beat  West Indies (272 & 203) Melbourne 1951–52
2 By 2 wickets  Australia (300 & 275-8) beat  England (273 & 300) Sydney 1907–08
By 2 wickets  Australia (356 & 258-8) beat  West Indies (292 & 321) Melbourne 1960–61
By 2 wickets  Australia (394 & 342-8) beat  India (402 & 330) Perth 1977–78
By 2 wickets  Australia (108 & 271-8) beat  South Africa (209 & 168) Port Elizabeth 1996–97
By 2 wickets  Australia (270 & 294-8) beat  South Africa (303 & 258) Johannesburg 2005–06
By 2 wickets  Australia (296 & 310-8) beat  South Africa (266 & 339) Johannesburg 2011
8 By 3 wickets  Australia (412 & 125-7) beat  England (231 & 305) Manchester 1896
By 3 wickets  Australia (245 & 236-7) beat  West Indies (216 & 226) Brisbane 1951–52
By 3 wickets  Australia (286 & 362-7) beat  West Indies (205 & 439) Georgetown 1978
By 3 wickets  Australia (269 & 307-7) beat  Bangladesh (427 & 148) Fatullah 2006
By 3 wickets  Australia (406-9d & 192-7) beat  West Indies (449-9d & 148) Bridgetown 2011-12
Source: Cricinfo.com. Last updated: 7 November 2014.

Narrowest win margins (by runs)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 By 3 runs  Australia (299 & 86) beat  England (262 & 120) Manchester 1902
2 By 6 runs  Australia (181 & 165) beat  England (133 & 207) Sydney 1884–85
3 By 7 runs  Australia (63 & 122) beat  England (101 & 77) The Oval 1882
4 By 11 runs  Australia (489 & 250) beat  England (365 & 363) Adelaide 1924–25
5 By 16 runs  Australia (166 & 327) beat  India (153 & 324) Brisbane 1977–78
By 16 runs  Australia (256 & 471) beat  Sri Lanka (547 & 164) Colombo 1992
7 By 27 runs  Australia (120 & 442) beat  Sri Lanka (211 & 324) Kandy 2004
8 By 28 runs  Australia (194 & 181) beat  England (197 & 150) Melbourne 1950–51
9 By 32 runs  Australia (144 & 255) beat  England (189 & 178) Melbourne 1901–02
10 By 35 runs  Australia (520 & 150) beat  West Indies (312 & 323) Perth 2009–10
Source: Cricinfo.com. Last updated: 19 January 2010.

Greatest loss margins (by innings)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 Innings and 579 runs  England (903-7d) beat  Australia (201 & 123) The Oval 1938
2 Innings and 230 runs  England (499) beat  Australia (100 & 169) Adelaide 1891–92
3 Innings and 225 runs  England (589) beat  Australia (191 & 173) Melbourne 1911–12
4 Innings and 219 runs  India (633-5d) beat  Australia (233 & 181) Kolkata 1998
5 Innings and 217 runs  England (434) beat  Australia (68 & 149) The Oval 1886
6 Innings and 188 runs  Pakistan (469) beat  Australia (165 & 116) Karachi 1988
7 Innings and 170 runs  England (459) beat  Australia (84 & 205) Manchester 1956
8 Innings and 157 runs  England (513) beat  Australia (98 & 258) Melbourne 2010–11
9 Innings and 137 runs  England (317) beat  Australia (80 & 100) The Oval 1888
10 Innings and 135 runs  India (503) beat  Australia (237-9d & 131) Hyderabad (Deccan) 2013
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 20 August 2013.

Greatest loss margins (by 10 wickets)[edit]

Rank Opponent no. Loss Most recent venue Season
1  West Indies 6 Kingston 1999
2  England 3 Sydney 1932
3  South Africa 1 Adelaide 1963–64
Note: Australia has lost by 10 wickets on only 10 occasions. Source: Cricinfo.com. Last updated: 11 November 2008.

Greatest loss margins (by runs)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 685 runs  England (521 & 352-8d) beat  Australia (122 & 66) Brisbane 1928–29
2 408 runs  West Indies (328 & 448) beat  Australia (203 & 165) Adelaide 1979–80
3 356 runs  Pakistan (570-6d & 293-3d) beat  Australia (261 & 246) Abu Dhabi 2014-15
4 347 runs  England (361 & 349-7d) beat  Australia (128 & 235) Lord's 2013
5 343 runs  West Indies (149 & 536-9d) beat  Australia (134 & 208) Bridgetown 1991
6 338 runs  England (341 & 412) beat  Australia (222 & 193) Adelaide 1932–33
7 323 runs  South Africa (311 & 470-8d) beat  Australia (212 & 246) Port Elizabeth 1970
8 322 runs  England (358 & 256) beat  Australia (234 & 58) Brisbane 1936–37
9 320 runs  India (469 & 323-3d) beat  Australia (268 & 204) Mohali 2008
10 309 runs  South Africa (225 & 569) beat  Australia (163 & 322) Perth 2012
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Narrowest loss margins (by wickets)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 By 1 wicket  England (183 & 263-9) beat  Australia (324 & 121) The Oval 1902
By 1 wicket  England (382 & 282-9) beat  Australia (266 & 397) Melbourne 1907–08
By 1 wicket  Pakistan (256 & 315-9) beat  Australia (337 & 232) Karachi 1994
By 1 wicket  West Indies (329 & 311-9) beat  Australia (490 & 146) Bridgetown 1999
By 1 wicket  India (405 & 216-9) beat  Australia (428 & 192) Mohali 2010
5 By 2 wickets  England (100 & 95-8) beat  Australia (92 & 102) The Oval 1890
By 2 wickets  India (341 & 256-8) beat  Australia (320 & 274) Mumbai 1964
By 2 wickets  India (501 & 155-8) beat  Australia (391 & 264) Chennai 2001
8 By 3 wickets  England (417 & 332-7) beat  Australia (397 & 351) Melbourne 1928–29
By 3 wickets  West Indies (240 & 418-7) beat  Australia (240 & 417) St John's 2003
By 3 wickets  England (477 & 129-7) beat  Australia (218 & 387) Nottingham 2005
Source: Cricinfo.com. Last updated: 3 December 2012.

Narrowest loss margins (by runs)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 By 1 run  West Indies (252 & 146) beat  Australia (213 & 184) Adelaide 1992–93
2 By 2 runs  England (407 & 182) beat  Australia (308 & 279) Edgbaston 2005
3 By 3 runs  England (284 & 294) beat  Australia (287 & 288) Melbourne 1982–83
4 By 5 runs  South Africa (169 & 239) beat  Australia (292 & 111) Sydney 1993–94
5 By 7 runs  New Zealand (150 & 226) beat  Australia (136 & 233) Hobart 2011
6 By 10 runs  England (325 & 427) beat  Australia (586 & 166) Sydney 1894–95
7 By 12 runs  England (334 & 383) beat  Australia (369 & 336) Adelaide 1928–29
By 12 runs  England (270 & 244) beat  Australia (340 & 162) Melbourne 1998–99
9 By 13 runs  England (45 & 184) beat  Australia (119 & 97) Sydney 1886–87
By 13 runs  India (104 & 205) beat  Australia (203 & 93) Mumbai 2004
Source: Cricinfo.com. Last updated: 12 December 2011.

Tied Matches[edit]

Home Team Away Team Game Details Venue Season
 Australia  West Indies  West Indies (453 & 284) tied with  Australia (505 & 232) Brisbane 1960–61
 India  Australia  Australia (574-7d & 170-5d) tied with  India (397 & 347) Chennai 1986
Source: Cricinfo.com. Last updated: 30 December 2008.

Individual records[edit]

Individual records (appearances)[edit]

Most career matches[edit]

Rank Appearances Player Span
1 168 Steve Waugh 1985–2004
168 Ricky Ponting 1995–2012
3 156 Allan Border 1978–1994
4 145 Shane Warne 1992–2007
5 128 Mark Waugh 1991–2002
6 124 Glenn McGrath 1993–2007
7 119 Ian Healy 1988–1999
8 110 Michael Clarke 2003–present
9 107 David Boon 1984–1996
10 105 Justin Langer 1993–2007
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Individual records (batting)[edit]

Highest individual score[edit]

Rank Runs Player Match Venue Season
1 380 Matthew Hayden  Australia v  Zimbabwe Perth 2003–04
2 334* Mark Taylor  Pakistan v  Australia Peshawar 1998
3 334 Don Bradman  England v  Australia Headingley 1930
4 329* Michael Clarke  Australia v  India Sydney Cricket Ground 2011–12
5 311 Bob Simpson  England v  Australia Old Trafford 1964
6 307 Bob Cowper  Australia v  England Melbourne 1965–66
7 304 Don Bradman  Australia v  England Headingley 1934
8 299* Don Bradman  Australia v  South Africa Adelaide 1931–32
9 270 Don Bradman  Australia v  England Melbourne 1936–37
10 268 Graham Yallop  Australia v  Pakistan Melbourne 1983–84
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 6 January 2012.

Most career runs[edit]

Rank Runs Player Matches Innings NO Average
1 13378 Ricky Ponting 168 287 29 51.85
2 11174 Allan Border 156 265 44 50.56
3 10927 Steve Waugh 168 260 46 51.06
4 8625 Matthew Hayden 103 184 14 50.73
5 8511 Michael Clarke 110 189 21 50.66
6 8029 Mark Waugh 128 209 17 41.81
7 7696 Justin Langer 105 182 12 45.27
8 7525 Mark Taylor 104 186 13 43.49
9 7422 David Boon 107 190 20 43.65
10 7110 Greg Chappell 87 151 19 53.86
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Most career 50+ scores[edit]

Rank 50+s Player Matches Innings Average
1 103 Ricky Ponting 168 287 51.85
2 90 Allan Border 156 265 50.56
3 82 Steve Waugh 168 260 51.06
4 67 Mark Waugh 128 209 41.81
5 59 Matthew Hayden 103 184 50.73
59 Mark Taylor 104 186 43.49
7 55 Greg Chappell 87 151 53.86
55 Michael Clarke 110 189 50.66
9 53 Justin Langer 105 182 45.27
53 David Boon 107 190 43.65
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Most career 100s[edit]

Rank 100s Player Matches Innings Average
1 41 Ricky Ponting 168 285 51.65
2 32 Steve Waugh 168 260 51.06
3 30 Matthew Hayden 103 184 50.73
4 29 Don Bradman 52 80 99.94
5 28 Michael Clarke 110 189 50.66
6 27 Allan Border 156 265 50.56
7 24 Greg Chappell 87 151 53.86
8 23 Justin Langer 105 182 45.27
9 21 Neil Harvey 79 137 48.41
21 David Boon 107 190 43.65
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Most career 200+ scores[edit]

Rank 200+s Player Matches Innings Average
1 12 Don Bradman 52 80 99.94
2 6 Ricky Ponting 168 287 51.85
3 4 Greg Chappell 87 151 53.86
4 Michael Clarke 110 189 50.66
5 3 Justin Langer 105 182 45.27
3 Bob Simpson 62 111 46.82
7 2 Dean Jones 52 89 46.55
2 Bill Lawry 67 123 47.15
2 Doug Walters 74 125 48.26
2 Neil Harvey 79 137 48.42
2 Matthew Hayden 103 184 50.73
2 Mark Taylor 104 186 43.49
2 Allan Border 156 265 50.56
Source: HowSTAT!. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Individual records (bowling)[edit]

Most career wickets[edit]

Rank Wickets Player Matches Average
1 708 Shane Warne 145 25.41
2 563 Glenn McGrath 124 21.64
3 355 Dennis Lillee 70 23.92
4 310 Brett Lee 76 30.81
5 291 Mitchell Johnson 66 27.58
291 Craig McDermott 71 28.63
7 259 Jason Gillespie 71 26.13
8 248 Richie Benaud 63 27.03
9 246 Graham McKenzie 60 29.78
10 228 Ray Lindwall 61 23.03
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Best Bowling In An Innings[edit]

Rank Figures Player Opposition Venue Season
1 9/121 Arthur Mailey  England Melbourne 1920–21
2 8/24 Glenn McGrath  Pakistan Perth 2004–05
3 8/31 Frank Laver  England Manchester 1909
4 8/38 Glenn McGrath  England Lord's 1997
5 8/43 Albert Trott  England Adelaide 1894–95
6 8/53 Bob Massie  England Lord's 1972
7 8/59 Ashley Mallett  Pakistan Adelaide 1972–73
8 8/61 Mitchell Johnson  South Africa Perth 2008–09
9 8/65 Hugh Trumble  England The Oval 1902
10 8/71 Graham McKenzie  West Indies Perth 1968–69
8/71 Shane Warne  England Brisbane 1994–95
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 7 January 2011.

Most career 5-wickets-in-an-innings[edit]

Rank 5s Player Matches Wickets BBI Average
1 37 Shane Warne 145 708 8/71 25.41
2 29 Glenn McGrath 124 563 8/24 21.64
3 23 Dennis Lillee 70 355 7/83 23.92
4 21 Clarrie Grimmett 37 216 7/40 24.21
5 16 Graham McKenzie 60 246 8/71 29.78
16 Richie Benaud 63 248 7/72 27.03
7 14 Terry Alderman 41 170 6/47 27.15
14 Alan Davidson 44 186 7/93 20.53
14 Craig McDermott 71 291 8/97 28.63
10 12 Stuart MacGill 44 209 8/108 29.02
12 Ray Lindwall 61 228 7/38 23.03
12 Mitchell Johnson 66 291 8/61 27.58
BBI - Best Bowling in an Innings.

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Most career 10-wickets-in-a-match[edit]

Rank 10s Player Matches Wickets BBM Average
1 10 Shane Warne 145 708 12/128 25.41
2 7 Clarrie Grimmett 37 216 14/199 24.21
7 Dennis Lillee 70 355 11/123 23.92
4 4 Fred Spofforth 18 94 14/90 18.41
5 3 Hugh Trumble 32 141 12/89 21.78
3 Bill O'Reilly 27 144 11/129 22.59
3 Graham McKenzie 60 246 10/91 29.78
3 Mitchell Johnson 66 291 12/127 27.58
3 Glenn McGrath 124 563 10/27 21.64
Note: 13 players have taken 2 hauls of 10 wickets in a match. BBM - Best Bowling in a Match.

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Individual records (fielding)[edit]

Most dismissals in Test career (wicketkeeper)[edit]

Rank Dismissals Player Caught Stumped Matches Innings
1 416 Adam Gilchrist 379 37 96 191
2 395 Ian Healy 366 29 119 224
3 355 Rod Marsh 343 12 96 182
4 265 Brad Haddin 257 8 65 126
5 187 Wally Grout 163 24 51 98
6 130 Bert Oldfield 78 52 54 101
7 98 Gil Langley 83 15 25 51
8 65 Sammy Carter 44 21 28 55
9 63 James Kelly 43 20 36 67
10 60 Brian Taber 56 4 16 30
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Most catches in Test career (non-wicketkeeper)[edit]

Rank Catches Player Matches
1 196 Ricky Ponting 168
2 181 Mark Waugh 128
3 157 Mark Taylor 104
4 156 Allan Border 156
5 130 Michael Clarke 110
6 128 Matthew Hayden 103
7 125 Shane Warne 145
8 122 Greg Chappell 87
9 112 Steve Waugh 168
10 110 Bob Simpson 62
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 June 2015.

Partnership records[edit]

Highest wicket partnerships[edit]

Partnership Runs Players Opposition Venue Season
1st wicket 382 Bill Lawry & Bob Simpson  West Indies Bridgetown 1965
2nd wicket 451 Bill Ponsford & Don Bradman  England The Oval 1934
3rd wicket 315 Ricky Ponting & Darren Lehmann  West Indies Port of Spain 2003
4th wicket 388 Bill Ponsford & Don Bradman  England Headingley 1934
5th wicket 405 Sid Barnes & Don Bradman  England Sydney 1946–47
6th wicket 346 Jack Fingleton & Don Bradman  England Melbourne 1936–37
7th wicket 217 Doug Walters & Gary Gilmour  New Zealand Christchurch 1976–77
8th wicket 243 Roger Hartigan & Clem Hill  England Adelaide 1907–08
9th wicket 154 Syd Gregory & Jack Blackham  England Sydney 1894–95
10th wicket 163 Phillip Hughes & Ashton Agar  England Trent Bridge 2013
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 11 July 2013.

Highest partnerships by runs[edit]

Rank Partnership Runs Players Opposition Venue Season
1 2nd wicket 451 Bill Ponsford & Don Bradman  England The Oval 1934
2 5th wicket 405 Sid Barnes & Don Bradman  England Sydney 1946–47
3 4th wicket 388 Bill Ponsford & Don Bradman  England Headingley 1934
4 4th wicket 386 Ricky Ponting & Michael Clarke  India Adelaide 2011-12
5 5th wicket 385 Steve Waugh & Greg Blewett  South Africa Johannesburg 1997
6 1st wicket 382 Bill Lawry & Bob Simpson  West Indies Bridgetown 1965
7 4th wicket 352 Ricky Ponting & Michael Clarke  Pakistan Hobart 2009–10
8 6th wicket 346 Jack Fingleton & Don Bradman  England Melbourne 1936–37
9 4th wicket 336 Bill Lawry & Doug Walters  West Indies Sydney 1968–69
10 5th wicket 334* Michael Clarke & Michael Hussey  India Sydney 2011-12
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 5 January 2012

See also[edit]

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