List of cricketers who have carried the bat in international cricket

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Bill Woodfull in 1934
Australian opening batsman Bill Woodfull was the first cricketer to carry the bat twice in Test cricket.

In cricket, the phrase "carrying the bat" refers to a situation in which an opening batsman remains not out at the end of an innings where all the 10 wickets have fallen;[1] the other 10 players in the team have all been dismissed.[2] It may also be used in situations where one or more of these players are unable to bat due to retiring out or causes like injury or illness, and the remaining players are dismissed.[3] It is not used, however, in any other situation where the innings closes before all 10 wickets have fallen, such as when it is declared closed, or when the team successfully chases a set run target to win the match.[2] A rare feat,[4] this has happened only 66 times in international cricket spanning all three formats—Tests, One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is).

In Tests, South African Bernard Tancred was the first cricketer to carry the bat; he made 26 runs in his team's total of 47 against England in 1889.[a][5] The following year, Jack Barrett of Australia became the first player to carry the bat on debut.[6] In the 1892 tour of Australia, England's Bobby Abel scored 132 and became the first player to score a century while carrying the bat. The following year, Bill Woodfull of Australia set a new record by becoming the first player to perform this feat twice in Tests;[7] he scored 73 not out during the third test of England's 1933 tour.[b] Apart from Woodfull, five other cricketers have performed this feat more than once in their in Test careers—while Bill Lawry (Australia), Glenn Turner (New Zealand) and Len Hutton (England)[c][8] have done it twice, Dean Elgar (South Africa) and Desmond Haynes (West Indies) have performed the feat on three occasions.[9] As of December 2017, England's Alastair Cook's 244, against Australia in fourth Test of the 2017–18 Ashes series, is the highest score by a player while carrying the bat.[3] The Australian players have performed this feat more than any other,[d] followed by England. In all, 46 players have carried their bats on 54 occasions in Test cricket.[e]

In ODIs, there have been only 11 instances of a player carrying their bat. The first occasion was when Grant Flower made 84—in Zimbabwe's total of 205—against England in December 1994.[10][11] The following year, Saeed Anwar became the first player to score an ODI century while carrying his bat; he made 103 against Zimbabwe in Harare. England's Nick Knight surpassed Anwar's score and went on to make 125 against Pakistan in 1996.[10] As of March 2017, this remains a record in the ODI format. Australia's Damien Martyn and England's Alec Stewart are the only other players to score a century while performing this feat in ODIs. Sri Lanka's Upul Tharanga became the first cricketer from his team to carry the bat when he made 112 against Pakistan in October 2017. In T20Is, Chris Gayle is the only player to carry his bat, doing so against Sri Lanka during the 2009 ICC World Twenty20, scoring 63 runs in West Indies' total of 101.[12]

Flower became the first player to carry his bat in two different international formats when he also carried his bat in a Test against Pakistan at Bulawayo in 1998; since then, Anwar, Stewart, Gayle and Javed Omar of Bangladesh have also managed this feat.[f]

Key

Key
Symbol Meaning
Runs Number of runs scored by the batsman
Total Number of runs scored by the team
dagger Not all 10 wickets fell in the innings
Inn Innings in which the bat was carried
Date Day on which the match was held
Result Result for the team for which the bat was carried

Tests

Tests[3]
No. Name Runs Total Inn. Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref(s)
1 Tancred, BernardBernard Tancred 26* 47 2  South Africa  England Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town, South Africa 25 March 1889 Lost [13]
2 Barrett, JackJack Barrett 67* 176 3  Australia  England Lord's, London, England 21 July 1890 Lost [14]
3 Abel, BobbyBobby Abel 132* 307 2  England  Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 29 January 1892 Lost [15]
4 Warner, PelhamPelham Warner 132* 237 3  England  South Africa Old Wanderers, Johannesburg, South Africa 14 February 1899 Won [16]
5 Armstrong, WarwickWarwick Armstrong 159* 309 3  Australia  South Africa Old Wanderers, Johannesburg, South Africa 18 October 1902 Won [17]
6 Zulch, BillyBilly Zulch 43* 1031 2  South Africa  England Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town, South Africa 11 March 1910 Lost [18]
7 Bardsley, WarrenWarren Bardsley 193* 383 1  Australia  England Lord's, London, England 26 June 1926 Drawn [19]
8 Woodfull, BillBill Woodfull 30* 66 dagger[g] 4  Australia  England Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane, Australia 30 November 1928 Lost [20]
9 Woodfull, BillBill Woodfull 73* 193 dagger[h] 4  Australia  England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 13 January 1933 Lost [21]
10 Brown, BillBill Brown 206* 422 2  Australia  England Lord's, London, England 24 June 1938 Drawn [22]
11 Hutton, LenLen Hutton 202* 344 2  England  West Indies The Oval, London, England 12 August 1950 Lost [23]
12 Hutton, LenLen Hutton 156* 272 2  England  Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 2 February 1951 Lost [24]
13 Mohammad, NazarNazar Mohammad 124* 331 2  Pakistan  India University Ground, Lucknow, India 23 October 1952 Won [25]
14 Worrell, FrankFrank Worrell 191* 372 2  West Indies  England Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England 4 July 1957 Drawn [26]
15 Goddard, TrevorTrevor Goddard 56* 99 3  South Africa  Australia Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town, South Africa 31 December 1957 Lost [27]
16 McGlew, JackieJackie McGlew 127* 292 1  South Africa  New Zealand Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban, South Africa 8 December 1961 Drawn [28]
17 Hunte, ConradConrad Hunte 60* 131 3  West Indies  Australia Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago 14 May 1965 Lost [29]
18 Turner, GlennGlenn Turner 43* 131 4  New Zealand  England Lord's, London, England 24 July 1969 Lost [30]
19 Lawry, BillBill Lawry 49* 107 3  Australia  India Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi, India 28 November 1969 Lost [31]
20 Lawry, BillBill Lawry 60* 116 dagger[i] 4  Australia  England Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 9 January 1971 Lost [32]
21 Turner, GlennGlenn Turner 223* 386 2  New Zealand  West Indies Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica 16 February 1972 Drawn [33]
22 Redpath, IanIan Redpath 159* 346 3  Australia  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 22 March 1974 Won [34]
23 Boycott, GeoffreyGeoffrey Boycott 99* 215 4  England  Australia WACA Ground, Perth, Australia 14 December 1979 Lost [35]
24 Gavaskar, SunilSunil Gavaskar 127* 286 3  India  Pakistan Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad, Pakistan 3 January 1983 Lost [36]
25 Nazar, MudassarMudassar Nazar 152* 323 1  Pakistan  India Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan 23 January 1983 Drawn [37]
26 Wettimuny, SidathSidath Wettimuny 63* 144 2  Sri Lanka  New Zealand Lancaster Park, Christchurch, New Zealand 4 March 1983 Lost [38]
27 Boon, DavidDavid Boon 58* 103 3  Australia  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 13 March 1986 Lost [39]
28 Haynes, DesmondDesmond Haynes 88* 211 3  West Indies  Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan 20 November 1986 Drawn [40]
29 Gooch, GrahamGraham Gooch 154* 252 3  England  West Indies Headingley, Leeds, England 6 June 1991 Won [41]
30 Haynes, DesmondDesmond Haynes 75* 176 2  West Indies  England The Oval, London, England 8 August 1991 Lost [42]
31 Stewart, AlecAlec Stewart 69* 175 3  England  Pakistan Lord's, London, England 18 June 1992 Lost [43]
32 Haynes, DesmondDesmond Haynes 143* 382 3  West Indies  Pakistan Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago 16 April 1993 Won [44]
33 Dekker, MarkMark Dekker 68* 187 4  Zimbabwe  Pakistan Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi, Pakistan 9 December 1993 Lost [45]
34 Atherton, MichaelMichael Atherton 94* 228 2  England  New Zealand Lancaster Park, Christchurch, New Zealand 14 February 1997 Won [46]
35 Kirsten, GaryGary Kirsten 100* 239 1  South Africa  Pakistan Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad, Pakistan 24 October 1997 Won [47]
36 Taylor, MarkMark Taylor 169* 350 2  Australia  South Africa Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 30 January 1998 Drawn [48]
37 Flower, GrantGrant Flower 156* 321 1  Zimbabwe  Pakistan Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 14 March 1998 Drawn [49]
38 Anwar, SaeedSaeed Anwar 188* 316 3  Pakistan  India Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India 16 February 1999 Won [50]
39 Atapattu, MarvanMarvan Atapattu 216* 428 2  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 18 November 1999 Drawn [51]
40 Arnold, RusselRussel Arnold 104* 231 2  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 4 December 1999 Drawn [52]
41 Omar, JavedJaved Omar 85* 168 dagger[j] 3  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 19 April 2001 Lost [53]
42 Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag 201* 329 1  India  Sri Lanka Galle International Stadium, Galle, Sri Lanka 31 July 2008 Won [54]
43 Katich, SimonSimon Katich 131* 268 3  Australia  New Zealand The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia 20 November 2008 Won [55]
44 Gayle, ChrisChris Gayle 165* 317 3  West Indies  Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 4 December 2009 Drawn [56]
45 Farhat, ImranImran Farhat 117* 223 1  Pakistan  New Zealand McLean Park, Napier, New Zealand 11 December 2009 Drawn [57]
46 Dravid, RahulRahul Dravid 146* 300 2  India  England The Oval, London, England 18 August 2011 Lost [58]
47 Mawoyo, TinoTino Mawoyo 163* 412 1  Zimbabwe  Pakistan Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 1 September 2011 Lost [59]
48 Warner, DavidDavid Warner 123* 233 4  Australia  New Zealand Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia 9 December 2011 Lost [60]
49 Pujara, CheteshwarCheteshwar Pujara 145* 312 1  India  Sri Lanka Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo, Sri Lanka 28 August 2015 Won [61]
50 Elgar, DeanDean Elgar 118* 214 2  South Africa  England Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban, South Africa 26 December 2015 Lost [62]
51 Brathwaite, KraiggKraigg Brathwaite 142* 337 2  West Indies  Pakistan Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 30 October 2016 Won [63]
52 Cook, AlastairAlastair Cook 244* 491 2  England  Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 26 December 2017 Drawn [64]
53 Elgar, DeanDean Elgar 87* 177 4  South Africa  India New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 24 January 2018 Lost [65]
54 Elgar, DeanDean Elgar 141* 311 1  South Africa  Australia Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town, South Africa 23 March 2018 Won [66]

ODIs

ODIs[2]
No Name Runs Total Inn. Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref(s)
1 Flower, GrantGrant Flower 84* 205 1  Zimbabwe  England Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 15 December 1994 Won [67]
2 Anwar, SaeedSaeed Anwar 103* 219 2  Pakistan  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 22 February 1995 Tied [68]
3 Knight, NickNick Knight 125* 246 1  England  Pakistan Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England 1 September 1996 Lost [69]
4 Jacobs, RidleyRidley Jacobs 49* 110 1  West Indies  Australia Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester, England 30 May 1999 Lost [70]
5 Martyn, DamienDamien Martyn 116* 191 1  Australia  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 3 March 2000 Lost [71]
6 Gibbs, HerschelleHerschelle Gibbs 59* 101 dagger[k] 2  South Africa  Pakistan Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 28 March 2000 Lost [72]
7 Stewart, AlecAlec Stewart 100* 192 2  England  West Indies Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England 20 July 2000 Lost [73]
8 Omar, JavedJaved Omar 33* 103 2  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 8 April 2001 Lost [74]
9 Ali, AzharAzhar Ali 81* 199 2  Pakistan  Sri Lanka R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 16 June 2012 Lost [75]
10 Latham, TomTom Latham 79* 190 1  New Zealand  India HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala, India 16 October 2016 Lost [76]
11 Tharanga, UpulUpul Tharanga 112* 187 2  Sri Lanka  Pakistan Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 16 October 2017 Lost [77]

T20Is

T20Is[12]
No Name Runs Total Inn. Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref(s)
1 Gayle, ChrisChris Gayle 63* 101 2  West Indies  Sri Lanka The Oval, London, England 19 June 2009 Lost [78]

Notes

  1. ^ As of March 2018, this remains the lowest score by a batsman carrying the bat.
  2. ^ He previously carried the bat against England in 1928, scoring 30 runs.
  3. ^ Hutton is the only player to make centuries on both the occasions.
  4. ^ 11 players have carried their bats on 13 occasions
  5. ^ Out of the 54 occasions, 34 have resulted in a batsman scoring a century.
  6. ^ Gayle has carried his bat in both in Tests and T20Is, while the others did so in Tests and ODIs.
  7. ^ Charles Kellaway and Jack Gregory were absent hurt.
  8. ^ Bert Oldfield was absent hurt.
  9. ^ Graham McKenzie was retired hurt.
  10. ^ Khaled Mashud was absent hurt.
  11. ^ Gary Kirsten, Gibbs' opening partner, was retired hurt.

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