List of bowlers who have taken a wicket with their first ball in a format of international cricket

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Black and white image of Tom Horan.
Tom Horan was the first bowler to take a wicket with his very first delivery in Test cricket.[1]

Fifty-nine bowlers have taken a wicket with the very first ball they bowled in one of the three formats of international cricket. Twenty bowlers have performed this feat in Test cricket. The first was Australian Tom Horan, who dismissed Walter Read with his first ball on 26 January 1883, and the most recent is South African bowler Hardus Viljoen who dismissed the England captain Alastair Cook on 15 January 2016. Seven of these twenty bowlers have been English cricketers.[1] However, this accomplishment has not always led to a long and illustrious career.[2] Only Maurice Tate, Intikhab Alam and Nathan Lyon went on to play in more than ten Tests.[3][4][5] Arthur Coningham, Matt Henderson, Dennis Smith, and Tyrell Johnson were One-Test wonders, and Smith's only Test wicket was the one he took with his first ball.[6][7][8][9]

In One Day International (ODI) matches, twenty-four bowlers have taken a wicket with their first ball. The first to accomplish this was English bowler Geoff Arnold, who bowled Graeme Watson on 24 August 1972. The most recent is Mosaddek Hossain, from Bangladesh, who struck with his debut delivery on 28 September 2016.[10] Not all of these bowlers took their first wicket in their debut match. Clive Lloyd, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Sadagoppan Ramesh, and Martin van Jaarsveld did not bowl in their debut matches, and took their first wicket on a later appearance.[11][12][13][14] Ramesh and Wavell Hinds took their first wickets during the same match on 6 September 1999; the former in the first innings of the match and the latter in the second.[15] It was also the only wicket taken by Ramesh during his ODI career.[16]

In Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket, fourteen bowlers have taken a wicket with their first ball. The first to achieve this feat was Australian Michael Kasprowicz who took wickets with his first and second delivery in this format on 17 May 2005, dismissing New Zealand's Stephen Fleming and Mathew Sinclair.[17] Hong Kong's Nadeem Ahmed and Nepal's Paras Khadka took their first wickets during the same match on 16 March 2014; the former in the first innings of the match and the latter in the second.[18] The most recent, on 3 January 2017, is Lockie Ferguson of New Zealand, who became the second bowler to achieve the feat of two T20I wickets in his first two deliveries by dismissing Sabbir Rahman and Soumya Sarkar of Bangladesh.[19]

Inzamum-ul-Haq carrying a large equipment bag
Inzamam-ul-Haq, who took a wicket with his first ODI delivery

Key

No. Numerical order of bowler
Bowler The name of the bowler
Date The date the wicket was taken
Venue The cricket ground where the wicket was taken
For The team the bowler was playing for
Against The opposing team
Batsman The batsman whose wicket was taken
Dismissal The type of dismissal

Wicket with first ball in Test career

No. Bowler Date Venue For Against Batsman Dismissal Ref(s)
1 Horan, TomTom Horan 26 January 1883 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  Australia  England Read, WalterWalter Read bowled [20][21]
2 Coningham, ArthurArthur Coningham 29 December 1894 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Australia  England MacLaren, ArchieArchie MacLaren c Harry Trott [22]
3 Bradley, BillBill Bradley 17 July 1899 Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester  England  Australia Laver, FrankFrank Laver c Dick Lilley [23]
4 Arnold, TedTed Arnold 11 December 1903 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  England  Australia Trumper, VictorVictor Trumper c Dick Lilley [24]
5 Vogler, BertBert Vogler 2 January 19061 Old Wanderers, Johannesburg  South Africa  England Hayes, ErnieErnie Hayes caught & bowled [25]
6 Crawford, JackJack Crawford 2 January 19062 Old Wanderers, Johannesburg  England  South Africa Volger, BertBert Volger bowled [25]
7 Macaulay, GeorgeGeorge Macaulay 1 January 1923 Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town  England  South Africa Hearne, GeorgeGeorge Hearne c Percy Fender [26]
8 Tate, MauriceMaurice Tate 16 June 1924 Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham  England  South Africa Susskind, FredFred Susskind bowled [27]
9 Henderson, MattMatt Henderson 10 January 1930 Lancaster Park, Christchurch  New Zealand  England Dawson, EddieEddie Dawson c Tom Lowry [28]
10 Smith, DennisDennis Smith 24 March 1933 Lancaster Park, Christchurch  New Zealand  England Paynter, EddieEddie Paynter bowled [29]
11 Johnson, TyrellTyrell Johnson 19 August 1939 The Oval, London  West Indies  England Keeton, WalterWalter Keeton bowled [30]
12 Howorth, DickDick Howorth 18 August 1947 The Oval, London  England  South Africa Dyer, DennisDennis Dyer c Cliff Gladwin [31]
13 Alam, IntikhabIntikhab Alam 5 December 1959 National Stadium, Karachi  Pakistan  Australia McDonald, ColinColin McDonald bowled [32]
14 Illingworth, RichardRichard Illingworth 5 July 1991 Trent Bridge, Nottingham  England  West Indies Simons, PhilPhil Simons bowled [33]
15 Kulkarni, NileshNilesh Kulkarni 3 August 1997 R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo  India  Sri Lanka Atapattu, MarvanMarvan Atapattu c Nayan Mongia [34]
16 Gamage, ChamilaChamila Gamage 29 July 2002 Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Ashraful, MohammadMohammad Ashraful bowled [35]
17 Lyon, NathanNathan Lyon 1 September 2011 Galle International Stadium, Galle  Australia  Sri Lanka Sangakkara, KumarKumar Sangakkara c Michael Clarke [36]
18 Eranga, ShamindaShaminda Eranga 16 September 2011 Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo  Sri Lanka  Australia Watson, ShaneShane Watson c Tillakaratne Dilshan [37]
19 Piedt, DaneDane Piedt 9 August 2014 Harare Sports Club, Harare  South Africa  Zimbabwe Vermeulen, MarkMark Vermeulen lbw [38]
20 Viljoen, HardusHardus Viljoen 15 January 2016 Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg  South Africa  England Cook, AlastairAlastair Cook c Dane Vilas [39]
Source: ESPNcricinfo. Last updated: 24 May 2016.

Wicket with first ball in ODI career

No Bowler Date Venue For Against Batsman Dismissal Ref.
1 Arnold, GeoffGeoff Arnold 24 August 1972 Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester  England  Australia Watson, GraemeGraeme Watson bowled [40]
2 Lloyd, CliveClive Lloyd 7 August 1973 The Oval, London  West Indies  England Smith, AndrewAndrew Smith bowled [41]
3 Mehboob, ShahidShahid Mehboob 31 December 1982 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Pakistan  India Srikkanth, KrisKris Srikkanth c Zaheer Abbas [42]
4 Thomson, ShaneShane Thomson 1 March 1990 Carisbrook, Dunedin  New Zealand  India Azharuddin, MohammadMohammad Azharuddin c Mark Greatbatch [43]
5 Inzamam-ul-Haq, Inzamam-ul-Haq 24 November 1991 Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad  Pakistan  West Indies Lara, BrianBrian Lara c Moin Khan [44]
6 Matambanadzo, EvertonEverton Matambanadzo 3 November 1996 Arbab Niaz Stadium, Peshawar  Zimbabwe  Pakistan Afridi, ShahidShahid Afridi c John Rennie [45]
7 Ramesh, SadagoppanSadagoppan Ramesh 6 September 19991 Kallang Ground, Singapore  India  West Indies McLean, NixonNixon McLean c Debasis Mohanty [15]
8 Hinds, WavellWavell Hinds 6 September 19992 Kallang Ground, Singapore  West Indies  India Prasad, MannavaMannava Prasad c Nehemiah Perry [15]
9 Ababu, JosephatJosephat Ababu 25 September 1999 Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi  Kenya  Zimbabwe Johnson, NeilNeil Johnson bowled [46]
10 Charitha Buddhika 26 October 2001 Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe Marillier, DougieDougie Marillier lbw [47]
11 Martin van Jaarsveld 9 October 2002 De Beers Diamond Oval, Kimberley  South Africa  Bangladesh Jubair, TalhaTalha Jubair bowled [48]
12 Zondeki, MondeMonde Zondeki 6 December 2002 Goodyear Park, Bloemfontein  South Africa  Sri Lanka Atapattu, MarvanMarvan Atapattu c Andrew Hall [49]
13 Lokuarachchi, KaushalKaushal Lokuarachchi 6 April 2003 Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah  Sri Lanka  Kenya Tikolo, SteveSteve Tikolo c Avishka Gunawardene [50]
14 Clarke, RikkiRikki Clarke 17 June 2003 Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester  England  Pakistan Imran Nazir c solanki, VikramVikram solanki [51]
15 Edwards, FidelFidel Edwards 29 November 2003 Harare Sports Club, Harare  West Indies  Zimbabwe Rogers, BarneyBarney Rogers bowled [52]
16 O'Brien, KevinKevin O'Brien 13 June 2006 Civil Service Cricket Ground, Stormont, Belfast  Ireland  England Strauss, AndrewAndrew Strauss c Andre Botha [53]
17 Otieno, ElijahElijah Otieno 18 October 2007 Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi  Kenya  Canada Iqbal, MohammadMohammad Iqbal c Morris Ouma [54]
18 Thushara, ThilanThilan Thushara 15 April 2008 Beausejour Stadium, Saint Lucia  Sri Lanka  West Indies Morton, RunakoRunako Morton c Kumar Sangakkara [55]
19 Desai, ParthParth Desai 13 April 2010 Sabina Park, Jamaica  Canada  West Indies Fletcher, AndreAndre Fletcher c Rizwan Cheema [56]
20 Kumar, BhuvneshwarBhuvneshwar Kumar 30 December 2012 MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai  India  Pakistan Hafeez, MohammadMohammad Hafeez bowled [57]
21 Kamyuka, KennethKenneth Kamyuka 13 October 2013 Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City, Ontario  Canada  Netherlands van Bunge, DaanDaan van Bunge bowled [58]
22 Mathieson, AndrewAndrew Mathieson 20 June 2015 Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street  New Zealand  England Roy, JasonJason Roy c Martin Guptill [59]
23 Khan, EhsanEhsan Khan 8 September 2016 The Grange Club, Edinburgh  Hong Kong  Scotland Wallace, CraigCraig Wallace lbw [60]
24 Mosaddek HossainMosaddek Hossain 28 September 2016 Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur  Bangladesh  Afghanistan Shahidi, HashmatullahHashmatullah Shahidi lbw [61]
Source: ESPNcricinfo. Last updated: 28 September 2016.

Wicket with first ball in T20I career

No Bowler Date Venue For Against Batsman Dismissal Ref(s)
1 Kasprowicz, MichaelMichael Kasprowicz 17 May 2005 Eden Park, Auckland  Australia  New Zealand Fleming, StephenStephen Fleming bowled [62]
2 Agarkar, AjitAjit Agarkar 1 December 2006 New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg  India  South Africa Gibbs, HerschelleHerschelle Gibbs c Suresh Raina [63]
3 Thomas, AlfonsoAlfonso Thomas 2 February 2007 New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg  South Africa  Pakistan Nazir, ImranImran Nazir c AB de Villiers [64]
4 Tait, ShaunShaun Tait 11 December 2007 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Australia  New Zealand How, JamieJamie How c Adam Gilchrist [65]
5 Kleinveldt, RoryRory Kleinveldt 5 November 2008 New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg  South Africa  Bangladesh Siddique, JunaidJunaid Siddique c AB de Villiers [66]
6 Denly, JoeJoe Denly 15 November 2009 SuperSport Park, Centurion  England  South Africa Smith, GraemeGraeme Smith c Sajid Mahmood [67][68]
7 Ojha, PragyanPragyan Ojha 24 November 2009 Trent Bridge, Nottingham  India  Bangladesh Hasan, Shakib AlShakib Al Hasan c Mahendra Singh Dhoni [69]
8 Kohli, ViratVirat Kohli[n 1] 31 August 2011 Old Trafford, Manchester  India  England Pietersen, KevinKevin Pietersen st Mahendra Singh Dhoni [70]
9 Ahmed, NadeemNadeem Ahmed 16 March 20141 Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong  Hong Kong    Nepal Khakurel, SubashSubash Khakurel c Aizaz Khan [18]
10 Khadka, ParasParas Khadka 16 March 20142 Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong    Nepal  Hong Kong Ahmed, IrfanIrfan Ahmed c Subash Khakurel [18]
11 Gavera, WillieWillie Gavera 15 July 2015 Civil Service Cricket Club, Stormont, Belfast  Papua New Guinea  Ireland O'Brien, NiallNiall O'Brien bowled [71]
12 Lalcheta, AjayAjay Lalcheta 21 November 2015 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi  Oman  Hong Kong Khan, NizakatNizakat Khan bowled [72]
13 Yamin, AamerAamer Yamin 30 November 2015 Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah  Pakistan  England Roy, JasonJason Roy lbw [73]
14 Ferguson, LockieLockie Ferguson 3 January 2017 McLean Park, Napier  New Zealand  Bangladesh Rahman, SabbirSabbir Rahman c Matt Henry [74]
15 Sandakan, LakshanLakshan Sandakan 22 January 2017 Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg  Sri Lanka  South Africa Mosehle, MangalisoMangaliso Mosehle c Chandimal [75]
Source: ESPNcricinfo. Last updated: 3 January 2017.

Notes

  1. ^ Kohli's wicket came off his first delivery, which was called a wide.[70]

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