List of centuries scored on Test cricket debut

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Lithograph of Charles Bannerman
Australia's Charles Bannerman was the first cricketer to score a century on Test debut, in the first Test match.

For a cricketer to score a century (100 runs or more) on his Test match debut is considered a notable achievement,[1] and as of December 2016, it has been accomplished 103 times by 101 players.[2] Two of those players, Lawrence Rowe and Yasir Hameed, have scored centuries in both innings of their debut match.[3] Players representing all ten of the Test-playing nations have scored centuries on Test debut; cricketers playing for Australia have achieved the feat the most often, doing so on twenty occasions, while only two Zimbabwean players have managed it.[2]

In the first Test match played, between Australia and England in March 1877, Charles Bannerman became the first player to score a century in Test cricket. In a match in which no other player scored more than 20 runs in either innings for Australia, Bannerman scored 165 not out.[4] That score remained the highest on debut until R. E. Foster scored 287 for England against Australia in 1903. Foster's innings was the highest score in Test cricket until 1930, and remains the highest score amongst Test debutants.[3] His double-century is one of five made on Test debut, the other four were scored by Rowe, Brendon Kuruppu, Mathew Sinclair and Jacques Rudolph.[2] Eight players (Bill Ponsford, Doug Walters, Alvin Kallicharran, Mohammad Azharuddin, Greg Blewett, Sourav Ganguly, Rohit Sharma, and James Neesham) went on to make centuries in the second test as well; Azharuddin is the only player to score centuries in his first three tests.[5]

When he scored his debut hundred, Bangladesh's Mohammad Ashraful became the youngest player to score a century in Test cricket, at the age of 17 years and 61 days.[6] Adam Voges is the oldest player to have done so, aged 35 years and 243 days when he scored 130 not out for Australia against the West Indies in June 2015.[7] The 100th player to score a century on Test debut is South African Stephen Cook, who scored 115 against England in Centurion in January 2016. The most recent player to score a century on debut is the English batsman Keaton Jennings.

David Hopps, asks "Why is it that 100 Test batsmen, previously unchosen, have now trodden this path?" He notes, "There is often an advantage that bowlers have had no time to explore their deficiencies, but most influential of all must be the hunger that runs through their veins."[8]

Key

Notation Meaning
* The player remained not out.
Inn. The innings of the match in which the player scored his century.
Test The number of the Test match played in that series (for example, 1/3 denotes the first Test in a three match series).
Date The date on which the match began.

Test centuries on debut

Cricketers that have scored a century on Test debut[2]
No. Batsman[a] Score Inn. For Against Test Venue Date Result Ref.
1 Bannerman, CharlesCharles Bannerman 165* 1  Australia[b]  England 1/2 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 15 March 1877 Won [10]
2 Grace, W. G.W. G. Grace 152 1  England  Australia[b] 1/1 The Oval, London 6 September 1880 Won [11]
3 Graham, HarryHarry Graham 107 2  Australia[b]  England 1/3 Lord's, London 17 July 1893 Drawn [12]
4 Ranjitsinhji, K. S.K. S. Ranjitsinhji 154* 3  England  Australia[b] 2/3 Old Trafford, Manchester 16 July 1896 Lost [13]
5 Warner, PelhamPelham Warner 132* 3  England  South Africa[c] 1/2 Old Wanderers, Johannesburg 14 February 1899 Won [15]
6 Duff, ReggieReggie Duff 104 3  Australia  England 2/5 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 1 January 1902 Won [16]
7 Foster, R. E.R. E. Foster 287 2  England  Australia 1/5 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 11 December 1903 Won [17]
8 Gunn, GeorgeGeorge Gunn 119 1  England  Australia 1/5 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 13 December 1907 Lost [18]
9 Hartigan, RogerRoger Hartigan 116 3  Australia  England 3/5 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 10 January 1908 Won [19]
10 Collins, HerbieHerbie Collins 104 3  Australia  England 1/5 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 17 December 1920 Won [20]
11 Ponsford, BillBill Ponsford 110 1  Australia  England 1/5 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 19 December 1924 Won [21]
12 Jackson, ArchieArchie Jackson 164 2  Australia  England 4/5 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 1 February 1929 Lost [22]
13 Headley, GeorgeGeorge Headley 176 3  West Indies  England 1/4 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown 11 January 1930 Drawn [23]
14 Mills, JackieJackie Mills 117 1  New Zealand  England 2/4 Basin Reserve, Wellington 24 January 1930 Drawn [24]
15 Pataudi, Nawab ofNawab of Pataudi 102 2  England  Australia 1/5 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 2 December 1932 Won [25]
16 Valentine, BryanBryan Valentine 136 2  England  India 1/3 Gymkhana Ground, Bombay 15 December 1933 Won [26]
17 Amarnath, LalaLala Amarnath 118 3  India  England Lost
18 Gibb, PaulPaul Gibb 106 3  England  South Africa 1/5 Old Wanderers, Johannesburg 24 December 1938 Drawn [27]
19 Griffith, BillyBilly Griffith 140 1  England  West Indies 2/4 Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain 11 February 1948 Drawn [28]
20 Ganteaume, AndyAndy Ganteaume 112 2  West Indies  England
21 Burke, JimJim Burke 101* 3  Australia  England 4/5 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 2 February 1951 Won [29]
22 May, PeterPeter May 138 2  England  South Africa 4/5 Headingley, Leeds 26 July 1951 Drawn [30]
23 Shodhan, DeepakDeepak Shodhan 110 2  India  Pakistan 5/5 Eden Gardens, Calcutta 12 December 1952 Drawn [31]
24 Pairaudeau, BruceBruce Pairaudeau 115 2  West Indies  India 1/5 Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain 21 January 1953 Drawn [32]
25 Smith, CollieCollie Smith 104 3  West Indies  Australia 1/5 Sabina Park, Kingston 26 March 1955 Lost [33]
26 Kripal Singh, A. G.A. G. Kripal Singh 100* 1  India  New Zealand 1/5 Fateh Maidan, Hyderabad 19 November 1955 Drawn [34]
27 Hunte, ConradConrad Hunte 142 1  West Indies  Pakistan 1/5 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown 17 January 1958 Drawn [35]
28 Milton, ArthurArthur Milton 104* 2  England  New Zealand 3/5 Headingley, Leeds 3 July 1958 Won [36]
29 Ali Baig, AbbasAbbas Ali Baig 112 4  India  England 4/5 Old Trafford, Manchester 23 July 1959 Lost [37]
30 Hanumant Singh 105 1  India  England 4/5 Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 8 February 1964 Drawn [38]
31 Khalid Ibadulla 166 1  Pakistan  Australia 1/1 National Stadium, Karachi 24 October 1964 Drawn [39]
32 Taylor, BruceBruce Taylor 105 1  New Zealand  India 2/4 Eden Gardens, Calcutta 5 March 1965 Drawn [40]
33 Walters, DougDoug Walters 155 1  Australia  England 1/5 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 10 December 1965 Drawn [41]
34 Hampshire, JohnJohn Hampshire 107 2  England  West Indies 2/3 Lord's, London 26 June 1969 Drawn [42]
35 Viswanath, GundappaGundappa Viswanath 137 3  India  Australia 2/5 Green Park, Kanpur 15 November 1969 Drawn [43]
36 Chappell, GregGreg Chappell 108 2  Australia  England 2/7 WACA Ground, Perth 11 December 1970 Drawn [44]
37 Rowe, LawrenceLawrence Rowe 214 1  West Indies  New Zealand 1/5 Sabina Park, Kingston 16 February 1972 Drawn [45]
38 100* 3
39 Kallicharran, AlvinAlvin Kallicharran 100* 1  West Indies  New Zealand 4/5 Bourda, Georgetown 6 April 1972 Drawn [46]
40 Redmond, RodneyRodney Redmond 107 2  New Zealand  Pakistan 3/3 Eden Park, Auckland 16 February 1973 Drawn [47]
41 Hayes, FrankFrank Hayes 106* 4  England  West Indies 1/3 The Oval, London 26 July 1973 Lost [48]
42 Greenidge, GordonGordon Greenidge 107 3  West Indies  India 1/5 KSCA Stadium, Bangalore 22 November 1974 Won [49]
43 Baichan, LeonardLeonard Baichan 105* 4  West Indies  Pakistan 1/2 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 15 February 1975 Drawn [50]
44 Cosier, GaryGary Cosier 109 2  Australia  West Indies 3/6 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 26 December 1975 Won [51]
45 Amarnath, SurinderSurinder Amarnath 124 2  India  New Zealand 1/3 Eden Park, Auckland 24 January 1976 Won [52]
46 Javed Miandad 163 1  Pakistan  New Zealand 1/3 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 9 October 1976 Won [53]
47 Williams, BasilBasil Williams 100 3  West Indies  Australia 3/5 Bourda, Georgetown 31 March 1978 Lost [54]
48 Wellham, DirkDirk Wellham 103 3  Australia  England 6/6 The Oval, London 27 August 1981 Drawn [55]
49 Saleem Malik 100* 3  Pakistan  Sri Lanka 1/3 National Stadium, Karachi 5 March 1982 Won [56]
50 Wessels, KeplerKepler Wessels 162 2  Australia  England 2/5 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 26 November 1982 Won [57]
51 Phillips, WayneWayne Phillips 159 1  Australia  Pakistan 1/5 WACA Ground, Perth 11 November 1983 Won [58]
52 Azharuddin, MohammadMohammad Azharuddin 110 1  India  England 3/5 Eden Gardens, Calcutta 31 December 1984 Drawn [59]
53 Kuruppu, BrendonBrendon Kuruppu 201* 1  Sri Lanka  New Zealand 1/1 Colombo Cricket Club Ground, Colombo 16 April 1987 Drawn [60]
54 Greatbatch, MarkMark Greatbatch 107* 3  New Zealand  England 2/3 Eden Park, Auckland 25 February 1988 Drawn [61]
55 Waugh, MarkMark Waugh 138 1  Australia  England 4/5 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 25 January 1991 Drawn [62]
56 Hudson, AndrewAndrew Hudson 163 2  South Africa  West Indies 1/1 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown 18 April 1992 Lost [63]
57 Kaluwitharana, RomeshRomesh Kaluwitharana 132* 2  Sri Lanka  Australia 1/3 Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo 17 August 1992 Lost [64]
58 Houghton, DaveDave Houghton 121 1  Zimbabwe  India 1/1 Harare Sports Club, Harare 18 October 1992 Drawn [65]
59 Amre, PravinPravin Amre 103 2  India  South Africa 1/4 Kingsmead, Durban 13 November 1992 Drawn [66]
60 Thorpe, GrahamGraham Thorpe 114* 3  England  Australia 3/6 Trent Bridge, Nottingham 1 July 1993 Drawn [67]
61 Blewett, GregGreg Blewett 102* 2  Australia  England 4/5 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 26 January 1995 Lost [68]
62 Ganguly, SouravSourav Ganguly 131 2  India  England 2/3 Lord's, London 20 June 1996 Drawn [69]
63 Mohammad Wasim 109* 4  Pakistan  New Zealand 1/2 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 21 November 1996 Lost [70]
64 Ali Naqvi 115 1  Pakistan  South Africa 1/3 Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi 6 November 1997 Drawn [71]
65 Azhar Mahmood 128* 1  Pakistan  South Africa
66 Sinclair, MathewMathew Sinclair 214 1  New Zealand  West Indies 2/2 Basin Reserve, Wellington 26 December 1999 Won [72]
67 Younus Khan 107 3  Pakistan  Sri Lanka 1/3 Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi 26 February 2000 Lost [73]
68 Aminul Islam 145 1  Bangladesh  India 1/1 Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 10 November 2000 Lost [74]
69 Masakadza, HamiltonHamilton Masakadza 119 3  Zimbabwe  West Indies 2/2 Harare Sports Club, Harare 27 July 2001 Drawn [75]
70 Samaraweera, ThilanThilan Samaraweera 103* 2  Sri Lanka  India 3/3 Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo 29 August 2001 Won [76]
71 Taufeeq Umar 104 2  Pakistan  Bangladesh 1/3 Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan 29 August 2001 Won [77]
72 Mohammad Ashraful 114 3  Bangladesh  Sri Lanka 2/3 Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo 6 September 2001 Lost [78]
73 Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag 105 1  India  South Africa 1/2 Chevrolet Park, Bloemfontein 3 November 2001 Lost [79]
74 Vincent, LouLou Vincent 104 1  New Zealand  Australia 3/3 WACA Ground, Perth 30 November 2001 Drawn [80]
75 Styris, ScottScott Styris 107 1  New Zealand  West Indies 2/2 Queen's Park, St. George's 28 June 2002 Drawn [81]
76 Rudolph, JacquesJacques Rudolph 222* 2  South Africa  Bangladesh 1/2 M. A. Aziz Stadium, Chittagong 24 April 2003 Won [82]
77 Yasir Hameed 170 2  Pakistan  Bangladesh 1/3 National Stadium, Karachi 20 August 2003 Won [83]
78 105 4
79 Smith, DwayneDwayne Smith 105* 4  West Indies  South Africa 3/4 Newlands, Cape Town 2 January 2004 Drawn [84]
80 Strauss, AndrewAndrew Strauss 112 2  England  New Zealand 1/3 Lord's, London 20 May 2004 Won [85]
81 Clarke, MichaelMichael Clarke 151 1  Australia  India 1/4 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 6 October 2004 Won [86]
82 Cook, AlastairAlastair Cook 104* 3  England  India 1/3 VCA Ground, Nagpur 1 March 2006 Drawn [87]
83 Prior, MattMatt Prior 126* 1  England  West Indies 1/4 Lord's, London 17 May 2007 Drawn [88]
84 North, MarcusMarcus North 117 1  Australia  South Africa 1/3 New Wanderers, Johannesburg 26 February 2009 Won [89]
85 Fawad Alam 168 3  Pakistan  Sri Lanka 2/3 P. Sara Oval, Colombo 26 February 2009 Lost [90]
86 Trott, JonathanJonathan Trott 119 3  England  Australia 5/5 The Oval, London 20 August 2009 Won [91]
87 Umar Akmal 129 2  Pakistan  New Zealand 1/3 University Oval, Dunedin 24 November 2009 Lost [92]
88 Barath, AdrianAdrian Barath 104 3  West Indies  Australia 1/3 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 26 November 2009 Lost [93]
89 Petersen, AlviroAlviro Petersen 100 1  South Africa  India 2/2 Eden Gardens, Kolkata 14 February 2010 Lost [94]
90 Raina, SureshSuresh Raina 120 2  India  Sri Lanka 2/3 Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo 26 July 2010 Drawn [95]
91 Williamson, KaneKane Williamson 131 2  New Zealand  India 1/3 Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad 4 November 2010 Drawn [96]
92 Edwards, KirkKirk Edwards 110 3  West Indies  India 3/3 Windsor Park, Roseau 6 July 2011 Drawn [97]
93 Marsh, ShaunShaun Marsh 141 2  Australia  Sri Lanka 2/3 Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele 8 September 2011 Drawn [98]
94 Abul Hasan 113 1  Bangladesh  West Indies 2/2 Khulna Divisional Stadium, Khulna 21 November 2012 Lost [99]
95 du Plessis, FafFaf du Plessis 110* 4  South Africa  Australia 2/3 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 22 November 2012 Drawn [100]
96 Rutherford, HamishHamish Rutherford 171 2  New Zealand  England 1/3 University Oval, Dunedin 8 March 2013 Drawn [101]
97 Dhawan, ShikharShikhar Dhawan 187 2  India  Australia 3/4 PCA Stadium, Mohali 14 March 2013 Won [102]
98 Sharma, RohitRohit Sharma 177 2  India  West Indies 1/2 Eden Gardens, Kolkata 6 November 2013 Won [103]
99 Neesham, JimmyJimmy Neesham 137* 3  New Zealand  India 2/2 Basin Reserve, Wellington 14 February 2014 Drawn [104]
100 van Zyl, StiaanStiaan van Zyl 101* 1  South Africa  West Indies 1/3 SuperSport Park, Centurion 17 December 2014 Won [105]
101 Voges, AdamAdam Voges 130* 2  Australia  West Indies 1/2 Windsor Park, Roseau 3 June 2015 Won [106]
102 Cook, StephenStephen Cook 115 1  South Africa  England 4/4 Centurion, Centurion, South Africa 22 January 2016 Won [8]
103 Jennings, KeatonKeaton Jennings 112 1  England  India 4/5 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 8 December 2016 Lost [107]

Notes

  1. ^ Names sort based on last name, except for some Bangladeshi, Indian and Pakistani players, whose names are sorted on first name due to various naming conventions.
  2. ^ a b c d Prior to Australian federation in 1901, there was no national flag of Australia.[9]
  3. ^ Prior to the unification of the South African colonies in 1910, there was no national flag of South Africa.[14]

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