List of international cricket centuries at the Adelaide Oval

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Aerial view of the Adelaide Oval
Since the Adelaide Oval hosted its first Test match in 1884, 179 Test centuries have been scored at the ground.[1]

Adelaide Oval is a cricket ground in Adelaide, Australia. It is the home ground of the South Australia cricket team and both the men's and women's Adelaide Strikers as well as Australian rules football and soccer teams.[2] The ground has hosted international cricket matches, including Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 Internationals (T20I).[3] As of December 2017, the ground has hosted 76 Test matches, with the first in 1884 when Australia played England.[4] It has staged 82 ODIs, the first of which was in 1975 when Australia beat the West Indies by five wickets.[5][6] The ground has also hosted three T20Is, the first in 2011 when England beat Australia by one wicket.[7][8]

The first century at the ground was scored by Australian Percy McDonnell.[1] He made 124 during the first Test of the 1884–85 English tour of Australia in the first Test match at the Adelaide Oval.[3][9] The first overseas player to score a century at the ground was Englishman Billy Barnes, who made 134 in the same match in which McDonnell made his century.[1][9] Australian Don Bradman's 299 not out, against South Africa in early 1932, is the highest individual score by a batsman at the ground.[10] Australia's Michael Clarke has scored the most centuries at the venue with seven.[11] As of December 2017, 180 Test centuries have been scored at the stadium.[1]

England's David Gower was the first player to score an ODI century at the ground.[12] He made 109 against New Zealand during the 1982–83 Australian Tri-Series.[13] Graeme Wood became the first Australian to score an ODI century at the Adelaide Oval when he scored 104 not out against the West Indies in January 1985.[12] Brian Lara's 156 for the West Indies against Pakistan is the highest ODI score by a batsman at the ground.[14] 33 ODI centuries have been scored at the Adelaide Oval as of January 2017.[12] Virat Kohli of India has made the highest total in the three T20Is held at the ground, scoring 90 not out.[15]

Key[edit]

  • Score denotes the number of runs scored by the batsman in an innings.
  • * denotes that the batsman was not out.
  • Parentheses i.e. (1/3) next to the player's name denotes his century number at the Adelaide Oval.
  • Inns. denotes the number of the innings in the match.
  • Balls denotes the number of balls faced by the batsman in an innings.
  • NR denotes that the statistic was not recorded.
  • Date denotes the date on which the match started.
  • Result denotes the result of the player's team.
  • Drawn denotes that the match was drawn which is when a team does not complete its innings by the scheduled end of play.

Test cricket[edit]

Michael Clarke
Michael Clarke scored seven Test centuries at the ground.
Donald Bradman
Donald Bradman holds the record for the highest Test score at the ground with 299 not out.
List of Test centuries scored at the Adelaide Oval[1]
No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 124 Percy McDonnell  Australia NR 1  England 12 December 18841 Lost[9]
2 134 Billy Barnes  England NR 2  Australia 12 December 18842 Won[9]
3 134 Andrew Stoddart  England NR 1  Australia 24 March 1892 Won[16]
4 140 Frank Iredale  Australia NR 3  England 11 January 1895 Won[17]
5 178 Joe Darling  Australia NR 1  England 14 January 18981 Won[18]
6 124 Archie MacLaren  England NR 3  Australia 14 January 18982 Lost[18]
7 103* Len Braund  England NR 1  Australia 17 January 1902 Lost[19]
8 113 Victor Trumper (1/2)  Australia NR 1  England 15 January 19041 Won[20]
9 112 Syd Gregory  Australia NR 3  England 15 January 19042 Won[20]
10 116 Roger Hartigan  Australia NR 3  England 10 January 19081 Won[21]
11 160 Clem Hill  Australia NR 3  England 10 January 19082 Won[21]
12 105 Billy Zulch  South Africa 237 1  Australia 7 January 19111 Won[22]
13 103 Tip Snooke  South Africa 245 1  Australia 7 January 19112 Won[22]
14 214* Victor Trumper (2/2)  Australia 247 2  South Africa 7 January 19113 Lost[22]
15 115 Aubrey Faulkner  South Africa 245 3  Australia 7 January 19114 Won[22]
16 187 Jack Hobbs (1/3)  England 351 2  Australia 12 January 1912 Won[23]
17 162 Herbie Collins  Australia 274 1  England 14 January 19211 Won[24]
18 135* Jack Russell  England 236 2  Australia 14 January 19212 Lost[24]
19 147 Charles Kelleway  Australia 404 3  England 14 January 19213 Won[24]
20 121 Warwick Armstrong  Australia 227 3  England 14 January 19214 Won[24]
21 104 Nip Pellew  Australia 135 3  England 14 January 19215 Won[24]
22 123 Jack Hobbs (2/3)  England 155 4  Australia 14 January 19216 Lost[24]
23 201* Jack Ryder  Australia 461 1  England 16 January 19251 Won[25]
24 119 Jack Hobbs (3/3)  England 304 2  Australia 16 January 19252 Lost[25]
25 119* Wally Hammond (1/2)  England 374 1  Australia 1 February 19291 Won[26]
26 164 Archie Jackson  Australia 331 2  England 1 February 19292 Lost[26]
27 177 Wally Hammond (2/2)  England 603 3  Australia 1 February 19293 Won[26]
28 146 Alan Kippax  Australia NR 2  West Indies 12 December 1930 Won[27]
29 299* Donald Bradman (1/3)  Australia NR 2  South Africa 29 January 1932 Won[28]
30 129 Charlie Barnett  England 332 2  Australia 29 January 19371 Lost[29]
31 212 Donald Bradman (2/3)  Australia 395 3  England 29 January 19372 Won[29]
32 147 Denis Compton (1/2)  England 350 1  Australia 31 January 19471 Drawn[30]
33 122 Arthur Morris (1/3)  Australia 255 2  England 31 January 19472 Drawn[30]
34 141* Keith Miller  Australia 198 2  England 31 January 19473 Drawn[30]
35 103* Denis Compton (2/2)  England 353 3  Australia 31 January 19474 Drawn[30]
36 124* Arthur Morris (2/3)  Australia 171 4  England 31 January 19475 Drawn[30]
37 112 Sid Barnes  Australia 281 1  India 23 January 19481 Won[31]
38 201 Donald Bradman (3/3)  Australia 296 1  India 23 January 19482 Won[31]
39 198* Lindsay Hassett (1/2)  Australia 305 1  India 23 January 19483 Won[31]
40 116 Vijay Hazare (1/2)  India 303 2  Australia 23 January 19484 Lost[31]
41 123 Dattu Phadkar  India 284 2  Australia 23 January 19485 Lost[31]
42 145 Vijay Hazare (2/2)  India 372 3  Australia 23 January 19486 Lost[31]
43 206 Arthur Morris (3/3)  Australia NR 1  England 2 February 19511 Won[32]
44 156* Leonard Hutton  England NR 2  Australia 2 February 19512 Lost[32]
45 101* Jim Burke  Australia NR 3  England 2 February 19513 Won[32]
46 154 Colin McDonald (1/2)  Australia NR 1  South Africa 24 January 19531 Drawn[33]
47 163 Lindsay Hassett (2/2)  Australia NR 1  South Africa 24 January 19532 Drawn[32]
48 116 Neil Harvey (1/2)  Australia NR 3  South Africa 24 January 19533 Drawn[32]
49 170 Colin McDonald (2/2)  Australia 315 1  England 30 January 1959 Won[34]
50 117 Rohan Kanhai (1/2)  West Indies NR 1  Australia 27 January 19611 Drawn[35]
51 115 Rohan Kanhai (2/2)  West Indies NR 3  Australia 27 January 19612 Drawn[35]
52 154 Neil Harvey (2/2)  Australia NR 1  England 25 January 19631 Drawn[36]
53 100 Norm O'Neill  Australia NR 1  England 25 January 19632 Drawn[36]
54 132* Ken Barrington (1/2)  England NR 4  Australia 25 January 19633 Drawn[36]
55 201 Eddie Barlow  South Africa NR 2  Australia 24 January 19641 Won[37]
56 175 Graeme Pollock  South Africa NR 2  Australia 24 January 19642 Won[37]
57 225 Bob Simpson (1/3)  Australia 427 2  England 28 January 19661 Won[38]
58 119 Bill Lawry  Australia 217 2  England 28 January 19662 Won[38]
59 102 Ken Barrington (2/2)  England 288 3  Australia 28 January 19663 Lost[38]
60 103 Bob Simpson (2/3)  Australia NR 3  India 23 December 19671 Won[39]
61 108 Bob Cowper  Australia NR 3  India 23 December 19672 Won[39]
62 110 Garry Sobers  West Indies NR 1  Australia 24 January 19691 Drawn[40]
63 110 Doug Walters (1/2)  Australia NR 2  West Indies 24 January 19692 Drawn[40]
64 118 Basil Butcher  West Indies NR 3  Australia 24 January 19693 Drawn[40]
65 130 John Edrich  England 301 1  Australia 29 January 19711 Drawn[41]
66 119* Geoff Boycott  England 210 3  Australia 29 January 19712 Drawn[41]
67 136 Keith Stackpole  Australia 335 4  England 29 January 19713 Drawn[41]
68 104 Ian Chappell (1/2)  Australia 278 4  England 29 January 19714 Drawn[41]
69 196 Ian Chappell (2/2)  Australia 243 2  Pakistan 22 December 19721 Won[42]
70 118 Rod Marsh (1/2)  Australia 123 2  Pakistan 22 December 19722 Won[42]
71 132 Rod Marsh (2/2)  Australia 266 1  New Zealand 26 January 1974 Won[43]
72 106* Alan Knott  England 205 4  Australia 25 January 1975 Lost[44]
73 103 Ian Redpath  Australia 175 1  West Indies 23 January 19761 Won[45]
74 136 Alan Turner  Australia 222 3  West Indies 23 January 19762 Won[45]
75 101 Viv Richards  West Indies 136 4  Australia 23 January 19763 Lost[45]
76 105 Ian Davis  Australia 201 2  Pakistan 24 December 19761 Drawn[46]
77 107 Doug Walters (2/2)  Australia 244 2  Pakistan 24 December 19762 Drawn[46]
78 101 Zaheer Abbas  Pakistan 231 3  Australia 24 December 19763 Drawn[46]
79 152* Asif Iqbal  Pakistan 291 3  Australia 24 December 19764 Drawn[46]
80 121 Graham Yallop  Australia NR 1  India 28 January 19781 Won[47]
81 100 Bob Simpson (3/3)  Australia 200 1  India 28 January 19782 Won[47]
82 121 Clive Lloyd  West Indies 156 1  Australia 26 January 19801 Won[48]
83 106 Alvin Kallicharran  West Indies 176 3  Australia 26 January 19802 Won[48]
84 125 Graeme Wood  Australia 217 1  India 23 January 19811 Drawn[49]
85 213 Kim Hughes (1/2)  Australia 301 1  India 23 January 19812 Drawn[49]
86 174 Sandeep Patil  India 240 2  Australia 23 January 19813 Drawn[49]
87 124* Larry Gomes (1/2)  West Indies 273 2  Australia 30 January 19821 Won[50]
88 126 Allan Border (1/4)  Australia 278 3  West Indies 30 January 19822 Lost[50]
89 115 Greg Chappell  Australia 201 1  England 10 December 19821 Won[51]
90 114 David Gower  England 259 3  Australia 10 December 19822 Lost[51]
91 179 Kepler Wessels  Australia 233 1  Pakistan 9 December 19831 Drawn[52]
92 117* Allan Border (2/4)  Australia 208 1  Pakistan 9 December 19832 Drawn[52]
93 149 Mohsin Khan  Pakistan 296 2  Australia 9 December 19833 Drawn[52]
94 113 Qasim Umar  Pakistan 224 2  Australia 9 December 19834 Drawn[52]
95 131 Javed Miandad  Pakistan 271 2  Australia 9 December 19835 Drawn[52]
96 106 Kim Hughes (2/2)  Australia 245 3  Pakistan 9 December 19836 Drawn[52]
97 120* Larry Gomes (2/2)  West Indies 217 3  Australia 7 December 1984 Won[53]
98 123 David Boon (1/4)  Australia 255 1  India 13 December 19851 Drawn[54]
99 128 Greg Ritchie  Australia 321 1  India 13 December 19852 Drawn[54]
100 166* Sunil Gavaskar  India 416 2  Australia 13 December 19853 Drawn[54]
101 103 David Boon (2/4)  Australia 274 3  England 12 December 19861 Drawn[55]
102 116 Chris Broad  England 263 2  Australia 12 December 19862 Drawn[55]
103 100 Mike Gatting (1/2)  England 141 2  Australia 12 December 19863 Drawn[55]
104 100* Allan Border (3/4)  Australia 253 3  England 12 December 19864 Drawn[55]
105 150 Andrew Jones  New Zealand 383 1  Australia 11 December 19871 Drawn[56]
106 137 Martin Crowe  New Zealand 184 1  Australia 11 December 19872 Drawn[56]
107 205 Allan Border (4/4)  Australia 485 2  New Zealand 11 December 19873 Drawn[56]
108 216 Dean Jones (1/3)  Australia 347 1  West Indies 3 February 19891 Drawn[57]
109 106 Richie Richardson  West Indies 160 2  Australia 3 February 19892 Drawn[57]
110 104 Gordon Greenidge  West Indies 249 4  Australia 3 February 19893 Drawn[57]
111

116

Dean Jones (2/3)  Australia 239 2  Pakistan 19 January 19901 Drawn[58]
112 136 Imran Khan  Pakistan 361 3  Australia 19 January 19902 Drawn[58]
113 123 Wasim Akram  Pakistan 195 3  Australia 19 January 19903 Drawn[58]
114 121* Dean Jones (3/3)  Australia 205 4  Pakistan 19 January 19904 Drawn[58]
115 138 Mark Waugh (1/2)  Australia 188 1  England 25 January 19911 Drawn[59]
116 121 David Boon (3/4)  Australia 277 3  England 25 January 19912 Drawn[59]
117 117 Graham Gooch  England 188 4  Australia 25 January 19913 Drawn[59]
118 100 Mark Taylor (1/2)  Australia 303 3  India 25 January 19921 Won[60]
119 135 David Boon (4/4)  Australia 352 3  India 25 January 19922 Won[60]
120 106 Mohammad Azharuddin  India 162 4  Australia 25 January 19923 Lost[60]
121 164 Steve Waugh (1/3)  Australia 276 1  South Africa 28 January 1994 Won[61]
122 117 Mike Gatting (2/2)  England 286 1  Australia 26 January 19951 Won[62]
123 102* Greg Blewett  Australia 180 2  England 26 January 19952 Lost[62]
124 170 Steve Waugh (2/3)  Australia 316 1  Sri Lanka 25 January 19961 Won[63]
125 112 Sanath Jayasuriya  Sri Lanka 188 4  Australia 25 January 19962 Lost[63]
126 125 Matthew Hayden (1/3)  Australia 226 2  West Indies 25 January 1997 Won[64]
127 169* Mark Taylor (2/2)  Australia 378 2  South Africa 30 January 19981 Drawn[65]
128 108* Gary Kirsten  South Africa 159 3  Australia 30 January 19982 Drawn[65]
129 115* Mark Waugh (2/2)  Australia 305 4  South Africa 30 January 19983 Drawn[65]
130 179* Justin Langer (1/3)  Australia 350 1  England 11 December 19981 Won[66]
131 103 Michael Slater  Australia 191 3  England 11 December 19982 Won[66]
132 150 Steve Waugh (3/3)  Australia 323 1  India 10 December 19991 Won[67]
133 125 Ricky Ponting (1/6)  Australia 198 1  India 10 December 19992 Won[67]
134 182 Brian Lara (1/2)  West Indies 235 1  Australia 15 December 2000 Lost[68]
135 116 Justin Langer (2/3)  Australia 246 1  South Africa 14 December 20011 Won[69]
136 124* Damien Martyn  Australia 210 1  South Africa 14 December 20012 Won[69]
137 131 Matthew Hayden (2/3)  Australia 207 3  South Africa 14 December 20013 Won[69]
138 177 Michael Vaughan  England 306 1  Australia 21 November 20021 Lost[70]
139 154 Ricky Ponting (2/6)  Australia 269 2  England 21 November 20022 Won[70]
140 242 Ricky Ponting (3/6)  Australia 352 1  India 12 December 20031 Lost[71]
141 233 Rahul Dravid  India 446 2  Australia 12 December 20032 Won[71]
142 148 VVS Laxman  India 282 2  Australia 12 December 20033 Won[71]
143 215 Justin Langer (3/3)  Australia 368 1  New Zealand 26 November 2004 Won[72]
144 226 Brian Lara (2/2)  West Indies 298 1  Australia 25 November 20051 Lost[73]
145 133* Michael Hussey (1/2)  Australia 215 2  West Indies 25 November 20052 Won[73]
146 206 Paul Collingwood  England 392 1  Australia 1 December 20061 Lost[74]
147 158 Kevin Pietersen (1/2)  England 257 1  Australia 1 December 20062 Lost[74]
148 142 Ricky Ponting (4/6)  Australia 245 2  England 1 December 20063 Won[74]
149 124 Michael Clarke (1/7)  Australia 224 2  England 1 December 20064 Won[74]
150 153 Sachin Tendulkar  India 205 1  Australia 24 January 20081 Drawn[75]
151 103 Matthew Hayden (3/3)  Australia 200 2  India 24 January 20082 Drawn[75]
152 140 Ricky Ponting (5/6)  Australia 266 2  India 24 January 20083 Drawn[75]
153 118 Michael Clarke (2/7)  Australia 243 2  India 24 January 20084 Drawn[75]
154 151 Virender Sehwag  India 236 3  Australia 24 January 20085 Drawn[75]
155 110 Michael Clarke (3/7)  Australia 239 2  New Zealand 28 November 20081 Won[76]
156 169 Brad Haddin (1/2)  Australia 222 2  New Zealand 28 November 20082 Won[76]
157 104 Dwayne Bravo  West Indies 156 1  Australia 4 December 20091 Drawn[77]
158 165* Chris Gayle  West Indies 285 3  Australia 4 December 20092 Drawn[77]
159 148 Alastair Cook  England 269 2  Australia 3 December 20101 Won[78]
160 227 Kevin Pietersen (2/2)  England 308 2  Australia 3 December 20102 Won[78]
161 221 Ricky Ponting (6/6)  Australia 404 1  India 24 January 20121 Won[79]
162 210 Michael Clarke (4/7)  Australia 275 1  India 24 January 20122 Won[79]
163 116 Virat Kohli (1/3)  India 213 2  Australia 24 January 20123 Lost[79]
164 119 David Warner (1/3)  Australia 112 1  South Africa 22 November 20121 Drawn[80]
165 230 Michael Clarke (5/7)  Australia 257 1  South Africa 22 November 20122 Drawn[80]
166 103 Michael Hussey (2/2)  Australia 137 1  South Africa 22 November 20123 Drawn[80]
167 122 Graeme Smith  South Africa 244 2  Australia 22 November 20124 Drawn[80]
168 110* Francois du Plessis (1/2)  South Africa 376 4  Australia 22 November 20125 Drawn[80]
169 148 Michael Clarke (6/7)  Australia 245 1  England 5 December 20131 Won[81]
170 118 Brad Haddin (2/2)  Australia 177 1  England 5 December 20132 Won[81]
171 145 David Warner (2/3)  Australia 163 1  India 9 December 20141 Won[82]
172 162* Steve Smith  Australia 231 1  India 9 December 20142 Won[82]
173 128 Michael Clarke (7/7)  Australia 163 1  India 9 December 20143 Won[82]
174 115 Virat Kohli (2/3)  India 184 2  Australia 9 December 20144 Lost[82]
175 102 David Warner (3/3)  Australia 166 3  India 9 December 20145 Won[82]
176 141 Virat Kohli (3/3)  India 175 4  Australia 9 December 20146 Lost[82]
177 118* Faf du Plessis (2/2)  South Africa 164 1  Australia 24 November 20166 Lost[83]
178 145 Usman Khawaja  Australia 308 2  South Africa 24 November 20166 Won[83]
179 104 Stephen Cook  South Africa 240 3  Australia 24 November 20166 Lost[83]
180 126* Shaun Marsh  Australia 231 1  England 2 December 20176 Won[84]
181 123 Cheteshwar Pujara  India 226 1  Australia 6 December 20186 Won

One Day Internationals[edit]

David Gower
David Gower scored the first ODI century at the ground.
List of ODI centuries scored at the Adelaide Oval[15]
No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 109 David Gower  England 85 1  New Zealand 29 January 1983 Lost[13]
2 110* Gordon Greenidge  West Indies 128 2  Sri Lanka 26 January 1985 Won [85]
3 104* Graeme Wood  Australia 142 1  West Indies 27 January 1985 Lost[86]
4 118* Allan Border  Australia 88 1  Sri Lanka 28 January 1985 Won[87]
5 122 David Boon  Australia 130 1  Sri Lanka 10 January 1988 Won[88]
6 111 Desmond Haynes  West Indies 107 1  Pakistan 10 December 1988 Won[89]
7 107* Ramiz Raja  Pakistan 154 1  Sri Lanka 17 February 19901 Won[90]
8 126 Saeed Anwar  Pakistan 99 1  Sri Lanka 17 February 19902 Won[90]
9 104 Mark Waugh (1/2)  Australia 113 2  New Zealand 7 December 1997 Won[91]
10 126* Graeme Hick (1/2)  England 118 1  Sri Lanka 23 January 19991 Lost[92]
11 120 Mahela Jayawardene  Sri Lanka 111 2  England 23 January 19992 Won[92]
12 109 Graeme Hick (2/2)  England 119 2  Australia 26 January 1999 Lost[93]
13 141 Sourav Ganguly  India 144 1  Pakistan 25 January 2000 Won[94]
14 116 Mark Waugh (2/2)  Australia 131 1  India 26 January 2000 Won[95]
15 131 VVS Laxman  India 138 1  Zimbabwe 24 January 20041 Won[96]
16 109 Stuart Carlisle  Zimbabwe 128 2  India 24 January 20042 Lost[96]
17 100 Sean Ervine  Zimbabwe 100 2  India 24 January 20043 Lost[96]
18 156 Brian Lara  West Indies 138 1  Pakistan 28 January 2005 Won[97]
19 125* Boeta Dippenaar  South Africa 145 1  Sri Lanka 24 January 2006 Won[98]
20 107* Ricky Ponting  Australia 108 2  New Zealand 14 December 2007 Won[99]
21 128 Kumar Sangakkara  Sri Lanka 155 1  India 19 February 2008 Lost[100]
22 102 Jonathan Trott  England 126 1  Australia 26 January 2011 Won[101]
23 100 David Warner (1/2)  Australia 140 1  Sri Lanka 6 March 20121 Lost[102]
24 117 Michael Clarke  Australia 91 1  Sri Lanka 6 March 20122 Lost[102]
25 106 Tillakaratne Dilshan  Sri Lanka 119 2  Australia 6 March 20123 Won[102]
26 102* Lahiru Thirimanne  Sri Lanka 134 2  Australia 13 January 2013 Won[103]
27 107 Virat Kohli (1/2)  India 126 1  Pakistan 15 February 2015 Won[104]
28 103 Mahmudullah  Bangladesh 138 1  England 9 March 2015 Won[105]
29 107 William Porterfield  Ireland 131 1  Pakistan 15 March 20151 Lost[106]
30 101* Sarfraz Ahmed  Pakistan 124 2  Ireland 15 March 20152 Won[106]
31 179 David Warner (2/2)  Australia 128 1  Pakistan 26 January 2017 Won[107]
32 128 Travis Head  Australia 137 1  Pakistan 26 January 2017 Won[107]
33 100 Babar Azam  Pakistan 109 2  Australia 26 January 2017 Lost[107]
34 131 Shaun Marsh  Australia 123 1  India 15 January 2019 Lost
35 104 Virat Kohli (2/2)  India 112 2  Australia 15 January 2019 Won

Women's Test cricket[edit]

List of women's Test centuries scored at the Adelaide Oval[108]
No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 111 Betty Wilson  Australia NR 1  England 15 January 19491 Won[109]
2 127 Betty Wilson  Australia NR 1  England 8 March 19582 Drawn[110]
3 102 Cecilia Robinson  England NR 2  Australia 8 March 19583 Drawn[110]
4 121 Denise Emerson  Australia 329 2  England 21 December 19844 Lost[111]

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