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List of West Indies ODI cricket centurions

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A century in cricket occurs when a batsman scores 100 runs or more in an innings, 35 West Indies players have scored centuries in One Day Internationals.[1]

Key[edit]

  • * denotes that the batsman remained not out.
  • 50s denotes the number of times the players scored 50-99 during an innings.
  • HS denotes the player's highest score
  • Maiden century and Date give the details of the player's first century.[1]

List of centurions[edit]

No. Player 100s 50s HS Maiden century Date
1 Roy Fredericks 1 14 175* 175* vs Zimbabwe at Kent 18 June 1983
2 Clive Lloyd 4 18 109 102 vs Australia at Indore 6 October 1984
3 Vivian Richards 1 0 105 105 vs England at Pune 5 December 1984
4 Desmond Haynes 4 27 123 102 vs Australia at Jaipur 7 September 1986
5 Gordon Greenidge 1 6 102 102 vs Australia at Rajkot 7 October 1986
6 Larry Gomes 7 58 119* 108* vs Sri Lanka at Mumbai 17 January 1987
7 Richie Richardson 2 11 106 106 vs Pakistan at Jamshedpur 26 March 1987
8 Carl Hooper 1 27 103* 103* vs New Zealand at Nagpur 31 October 1987
9 Phil Simmons 2 13 102* 100 vs West Indies at Faridabad 19 January 1988
10 Gus Logie 6 33 134 108 vs Pakistan at Sharjah 15 October 1989
11 Carlisle Best 1 0 101* 101* vs England at Kanpur 25 October 1989
12 Brian Lara 1 15 105 105 vs South Africa at New Delhi 14 November 1991
13 Shivnarine Chanderpaul 2 14 106 100* vs England at Jaipur 11 December 1992
14 Stuart Williams 1 0 113* 113* vs Sri Lanka at Sharjah 30 October 1993
15 Clayton Lambert 49 96 200* 110 vs Australia at Colombo 10 September 1994
16 Philo Wallace 6 30 119 104 vs West Indies at Cuttack 9 November 1994
17 Ricardo Powell 12 83 153 107 vs Pakistan at Chennai 21 May 1997
18 Sherwin Campbell 22 72 183 113 vs Sri Lanka at Colombo 20 August 1997
19 Wavell Hinds 1 9 100 100 vs Sri Lanka at Colombo 23 August 1997
20 Chris Gayle 1 4 100 100 vs Australia at Pune 28 March 2001
21 Marlon Samuels 6 10 131 101 vs Australia at Margao 6 April 2001
22 Ramnaresh Sarwan 15 38 219 100 vs New Zealand at Colombo 2 August 2001
23 Runako Morton 1 4 159* 159* vs Zimbabwe at Guwahati 19 March 2002
24 Brendon McCullum 2 17 111* 111* vs Zimbabwe at Colombo 14 September 2002
25 Dwayne Bravo 13 51 139 102* vs Bangladesh at Dhaka 11 April 2003
26 Xavier Marshall 9 60 183* 148 vs Pakistan at Visakhapatnam 5 April 2005
27 Travis Dowlin 11 34 150* 103 vs Sri Lanka at Ahmedabad 6 November 2005
28 Adrian Barath 5 35 116* 101 vs Hong Kong at Karachi 25 June 2008
29 Devon Smith 23 35 183 107 vs Sri Lanka at Kolkata 24 December 2009
30 Lendl Simmons 9 27 264 114 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo 28 May 2010
31 Kieron Pollard 2 3 123* 123* vs New Zealand at Bangalore 7 December 2010
32 Johnson Charles 1 1 104* 104* vs West Indies at Chennai 11 December 2011
33 Darren Bravo 3 17 124 100* vs Zimbabwe at St. George's 22 February 2013
34 Kirk Edwards 1 0 123* 123* vs New Zealand at Hamilton 8 January 2014
35 Denesh Ramdin 2 8 169 128 vs England at North Sound 5 March 2014
36 Shai Hope 1 0 101 101 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo 19 November 2016
37 Evin Lewis 1 0 148 148 vs Sri Lanka at Bulawayo 23 November 2016
38 Shimron Hetmyer 1 0 127 127 vs U.A.E at Harare 6 March 2018
39 Rovman Powell 1 1 101 101 vs Ireland at Harare 10 March 2018

See also[edit]

  • ODI cricket
  • West Indies national cricket team
  • List of West Indies ODI cricketers

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Batting records | One-Day Internationals | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPN Cricinfo". Stats.espncricinfo.com. Retrieved 2016-01-14.


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