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

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) except Ireland and Afghanistan have scored centuries in both innings of a Test.[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 then, the feat has been accomplished by 69 players on 86 different occasions as of October 2019.[4] India's Sunil Gavaskar, Australia's Ricky Ponting and David Warner are the only cricketers who have scored two centuries in match on three different occasions,[4] while 11 players have achieved the feat two times.[b] 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] Allan Border is the only player to have scored 150 (or more) in each innings.[9] Sri Lanka's Aravinda de Silva is the only player to remain not out in both innings.[4]

There have been five instances of two players performing the feat in the same match—Denis Compton (England) and Arthur Morris (Australia) in 1947, Australia's Greg Chappell and Ian Chappell (against New Zealand) in 1974,[c] Asanka Gurusinha (Sri Lanka) and Andrew Jones (New Zealand) in 1991, Pakistan's Azhar Ali and Misbah-ul-Haq (against Australia) in 2014, and David Warner (Australia) and Virat Kohli (India) in 2014.[4]

West Indies' Lawrence Rowe (1972) and Pakistan's Yasir Hameed (2003) are the only debutants to score centuries in both innings of a Test match.[11]

KeyEdit

(L-R) Sunil Gavaskar, Ricky Ponting, and David Warner have scored two centuries in a match on three separate occasions.
  • Inn1 – Score made by batsman in the first innings of the match
  • Inn2 – Score made by batsman in the second innings of 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

TableEdit

Cricketers who have scored centuries in both innings of a Test match[4]
No. Player Inn1 Inn2 Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref
1 Warren Bardsley 136 130   Australia   England Kennington Oval, London 9 August 1909 Drawn [12]
2 Jack Russell 140 111   England   South Africa Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban 16 February 1923 Won [13]
3 Herbert Sutcliffe (1/2) 176 127   England   Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 1 January 1925 Lost [14]
4 Wally Hammond 119* 177   England   Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 1 February 1929 Won [15]
5 Herbert Sutcliffe (2/2) 104 109*   England   South Africa Kennington Oval, London 17 August 1929 Drawn [16]
6 George Headley (1/2) 114 112   West Indies   England Bourda, Georgetown 21 February 1930 Won [17]
7 Eddie Paynter 117 100   England   South Africa Old Wanderers, Johannesburg 24 December 1938 Drawn [18]
8 George Headley (2/2) 106 107   West Indies   England Lord's Cricket Ground, London 24 June 1939 Lost [19]
9 Denis Compton 147 103*   England   Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 31 January 1947 Drawn [20]
10 Arthur Morris 122 124*   Australia   England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 31 January 1947 Drawn [20]
11 Alan Melville 189 104*   South Africa   England Trent Bridge, Nottingham 7 June 1947 Drawn [21]
12 Bruce Mitchell 120 189*   South Africa   England Kennington Oval, London 16 August 1947 Drawn [22]
13 Don Bradman 132 127*   Australia   India Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 1 January 1948 Won [23]
14 Vijay Hazare 116 145   India   Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 23 January 1948 Lost [24]
15 Everton Weekes 162 101   West Indies   India Eden Gardens, Kolkata 31 December 1948 Drawn [25]
16 Jack Moroney 118 101*   Australia   South Africa Old Wanderers, Johannesburg 10 February 1950 Drawn [26]
17 Clyde Walcott (1/2) 126 110   West Indies   Australia Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain 11 April 1955 Drawn [27]
18 Clyde Walcott (2/2) 155 110   West Indies   Australia Sabina Park, Kingston 11 June 1955 Lost [28]
19 Garfield Sobers 125 109*   West Indies   Pakistan Bourda, Georgetown 13 March 1958 Won [29]
20 Rohan Kanhai 117 115   West Indies   Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 27 January 1961 Drawn [30]
21 Hanif Mohammad 111 104   Pakistan   England Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 19 January 1962 Drawn [31]
22 Bob Simpson 153 115   Australia   Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi 24 October 1964 Drawn [32]
23 Doug Walters 242 103   Australia   West Indies Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 14 February 1969 Won [33]
24 Sunil Gavaskar (1/3) 124 220   India   West Indies Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain 13 April 1971 Drawn [34]
25 Lawrence Rowe 214 100*   West Indies   New Zealand Sabina Park, Kingston 16 February 1972 Drawn [35]
26 Greg Chappell (1/2) 247* 133   Australia   New Zealand Basin Reserve, Wellington 1 March 1974 Drawn [36]
27 Ian Chappell 145 121   Australia   New Zealand Basin Reserve, Wellington 1 March 1974 Drawn [36]
28 Glenn Turner 101 110*   New Zealand   Australia Lancaster Park, Christchurch 8 March 1974 Won [37]
29 Greg Chappell (2/2) 123 109*   Australia   West Indies Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 28 November 1975 Won [38]
30 Gordon Greenidge 134 101   West Indies   England Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester 8 July 1976 Won [39]
31 Geoff Howarth 122 102   New Zealand   England Eden Park, Auckland 4 March 1978 Drawn [40]
32 Sunil Gavaskar (2/3) 111 137   India   Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi 14 November 1978 Lost [41]
33 Sunil Gavaskar (3/3) 107 182*   India   West Indies Eden Gardens, Kolkata 29 December 1978 Drawn [42]
34 Allan Border (1/2) 150* 153   Australia   Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 18 March 1980 Drawn [43]
35 Duleep Mendis 105 105   Sri Lanka   India M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Madras 17 September 1982 Drawn [44]
36 Javed Miandad 104 103*   Pakistan   New Zealand Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad 25 November 1984 Won [45]
37 Allan Border (2/2) 140 114*   Australia   New Zealand Lancaster Park, Christchurch 28 February 1986 Drawn [46]
38 Dean Jones 116 121*   Australia   Pakistan Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 19 January 1990 Drawn [47]
39 Graham Gooch 333 123   England   India Lord's Cricket Ground, London 26 July 1990 Won [48]
40 Asanka Gurusinha 119 102   Sri Lanka   New Zealand Seddon Park, Hamilton 21 February 1991 Drawn [49]
41 Andrew Jones 122 100*   New Zealand   Sri Lanka Seddon Park, Hamilton 21 February 1991 Drawn [49]
42 Alec Stewart 118 143   England   West Indies Kensington Oval, Bridgetown 8 April 1994 Won [50]
43 Gary Kirsten 102 133   South Africa   India Eden Gardens, Kolkata 27 November 1996 Won [51]
44 Aravinda de Silva (1/2) 138* 103*   Sri Lanka   Pakistan Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 26 April 1997 Drawn [52]
45 Steve Waugh 108 116   Australia   England Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester 13 July 1997 Won [53]
46 Aravinda de Silva (2/2) 146 120   Sri Lanka   India Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 9 August 1997 Drawn [54]
47 Grant Flower 104 151   Zimbabwe   New Zealand Harare Sports Club, Harare 18 September 1997 Drawn [55]
48 Rahul Dravid (1/2) 190 103*   India   New Zealand Seddon Park, Hamilton 2 January 1999 Drawn [56]
49 Wajahatullah Wasti 133 121*   Pakistan   Sri Lanka Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 4 March 1999 Drawn [57]
50 Andy Flower 142 199*   Zimbabwe   South Africa Harare Sports Club, Harare 7 September 2001 Lost [58]
51 Brian Lara 221 130   West Indies   Sri Lanka Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 29 November 2001 Lost [59]
52 Matthew Hayden (1/2) 197 103   Australia   England Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 7 November 2002 Won [60]
53 Yasir Hameed 170 105   Pakistan   Bangladesh National Stadium, Karachi 20 August 2003 Won [61]
54 Matthew Hayden (2/2) 117 132   Australia   Sri Lanka Bundaberg Rum Stadium, Cairns 9 July 2004 Drawn [62]
55 Michael Vaughan 103 101*   England   West Indies Lord's Cricket Ground, London 22 July 2004 Won [63]
56 Marcus Trescothick 105 107   England   West Indies Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham 29 July 2004 Won [64]
57 Rahul Dravid (2/2) 110 135   India   Pakistan Eden Gardens, Kolkata 16 March 2005 Won [65]
58 Ricky Ponting (1/3) 149 104*   Australia   West Indies Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 3 November 2005 Won [66]
59 Inzamam ul Haq 109 100*   Pakistan   England Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad 20 November 2005 Drawn [67]
60 Ricky Ponting (2/3) 120 143*   Australia   South Africa Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 2 January 2006 Won [68]
61 Ricky Ponting (3/3) 103 116   Australia   South Africa Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban 24 March 2006 Won [69]
62 Mohammad Yousuf 102 124   Pakistan   West Indies National Stadium, Karachi 27 November 2006 Won [70]
63 Jacques Kallis (1/2) 155 100*   South Africa   Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi 1 October 2007 Won [71]
64 Andrew Strauss 123 108   England   India M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 11 December 2008 Lost [72]
65 Tillakaratne Dilshan 162 143   Sri Lanka   Bangladesh Chittagong Divisional Stadium, Chittagong 3 January 2009 Won [73]
66 Phillip Hughes 115 160   Australia   South Africa Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban 16 March 2009 Won [74]
67 Hashim Amla 114 123*   South Africa   India Eden Gardens, Kolkata 14 February 2010 Lost [75]
68 Jacques Kallis (2/2) 161 109*   South Africa   India Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town 2 January 2011 Drawn [76]
69 Kieran Powell 117 110   West Indies   Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka 13 November 2012 Won [77]
70 Kumar Sangakkara (1/2) 142 105   Sri Lanka   Bangladesh Galle International Stadium, Galle 8 March 2013 Drawn [78]
71 Peter Fulton 136 110   New Zealand   England Eden Park, Auckland 22 March 2013 Drawn [79]
72 Brendan Taylor (1/2) 171 102*   Zimbabwe   Bangladesh Harare Sports Club, Harare 17 April 2013 Won [80]
73 Kumar Sangakkara (2/2) 319 105*   Sri Lanka   Bangladesh Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong 4 February 2014 Drawn [81]
74 David Warner (1/3) 135 145   Australia   South Africa Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town 1 March 2014 Won [82]
75 Younus Khan 106 103*   Pakistan   Australia Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai 25 October 2014 Won [83]
76 Azhar Ali 109 100*   Pakistan   Australia Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 30 October 2014 Won [84]
77 Misbah-ul-Haq 101 101*   Pakistan   Australia Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 30 October 2014 Won [84]
78 David Warner (2/3) 145 102   Australia   India Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 9 December 2014 Won [85]
79 Virat Kohli 115 141   India   Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 9 December 2014 Lost [85]
80 David Warner (3/3) 163 116   Australia   New Zealand The Gabba, Brisbane 5 November 2015 Won [86]
81 Ajinkya Rahane 127 100*   India   South Africa Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi 3 December 2015 Won [87]
82 Shai Hope 147 118*   West Indies   England Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds 25 August 2017 Won [88]
83 Mominul Haque 176 105   Bangladesh   Sri Lanka Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong 31 January 2018 Drawn [89]
84 Brendan Taylor (2/2) 110 106*   Zimbabwe   Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka 11 November 2018 Lost [90]
85 Steve Smith 144 142   Australia   England Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham 1 August 2019 Won [91]
86 Rohit Sharma 176 127   India   South Africa Dr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA–VDCA Cricket Stadium, Vishakhapatnam 2 October 2019 Won [92]

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