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A view of Bellerive Oval from inside the ground.
Since Bellerive Oval hosted its first Test match in 1989, 31 Test centuries have been made at the ground.[1]

Bellerive Oval, also known by its sponsored name Blundstone Arena, is a cricket ground in Hobart, Australia.[2] It is the home of the Tasmania cricket team[3] and the Hobart Hurricanes (a Twenty20 team in the Big Bash League),[4] as well as being a Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) venue.[5] It has a capacity of 16,000 spectators.[2] As of December 2015, the ground has hosted 12 Test matches, the first in 1989 when Australia hosted Sri Lanka.[6] It has also staged 34 ODI matches, the first of which was in 1988 when New Zealand lost to Sri Lanka by four wickets.[7] As of October 2014, two T20Is have been played at the ground.[8] The first was in 2010 when Australia beat the West Indies by 38 runs;[8] the second was in 2014, when Australia defeated England by 13 runs.[8]

The first Test century (100 or more runs in a single innings) scored at the ground was by Australian Mark Taylor in the third innings of the first Test match against Sri Lanka in 1989.[9] In the same innings Dean Jones and Steve Waugh also scored centuries.[10] As of December 2015, 31 Test centuries have been scored at the ground in 12 Test matches.[1] As of December 2015, Adam Voges 269*, scored against West Indies in 2015, is the highest Test innings achieved at the ground and only the second double century (200 or more runs in a single innings) in this ground, after Ricky Ponting's 209, against Pakistan in 2010.[1] The highest Test score by an overseas player is 192 by the Sri Lankan Kumar Sangakkara in 2007.[1] Michael Hussey has scored three Test centuries at the ground, the most by any batsman.[11]

In the second ODI ever at Bellerive Oval,[7] West Indian Desmond Haynes scored the first century at the venue with a score of 101 runs from 112 balls against Pakistan in 1988.[12] In 35 ODIs, a total of 25 centuries have been scored.[12] As of October 2014, the highest ODI score at the ground is 172, scored by Adam Gilchrist, an Australian wicket-keeper.[12] The top scoring non-Australian is Sri Lankan Tillakaratne Dilshan, who scored 160 runs.[12] Dilshan and fellow Sri Lankan Kumar Sangakkara are the only players to have scored two ODI centuries at Bellerive Oval.[13] In the two T20I games at Bellerive Oval, as of October 2014, no centuries have been scored.[14] The top T20I score at the ground is 75 by Australian Cameron White in 2014.[14]

Key[edit]

  • An asterisk (*) denotes that the batsman was not out.
  • Inns. denotes the number of the innings in which the century was scored.
  • Balls denotes the number of balls faced in an innings.
  • Parentheses i.e. (1/3) next to the player's name denotes his century number at Bellerive Oval.
  • The column title Date refers to the date the match started.

Test centuries[edit]

Adam Voges has the highest individual Test score by any batsman at Bellerive Oval, with a score of 269*.[1]
A side on shot of Kumar Sangakkara batting.
Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara is the highest scoring opposition batsman at Bellerive Oval in Test matches with a score of 192.[1]

The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at Bellerive Oval.[15]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Winning team
1 108 Mark Taylor (1/2)  Australia 212 3  Sri Lanka 16 December 1989 Australia[10]
2 118* Dean Jones  Australia 178 3  Sri Lanka 16 December 1989 Australia[10]
3 134* Steve Waugh  Australia 177 3  Sri Lanka 16 December 1989 Australia[10]
4 168 Michael Slater  Australia 235 1  New Zealand 26 November 1993 Australia[16]
5 106 David Boon  Australia 242 1  New Zealand 26 November 1993 Australia[16]
6 111 Mark Waugh  Australia 139 1  New Zealand 26 November 1993 Australia[16]
7 123 Mark Taylor (2/2)  Australia 244 3  Pakistan 17 November 1995 Australia[17]
8 114 Matthew Elliott  Australia 265 1  New Zealand 27 November 1997 Match drawn[18]
9 133 Matt Horne  New Zealand 259 2  Australia 27 November 1997 Match drawn[18]
10 118 Inzamam-ul-Haq  Pakistan 191 3  Australia 18 November 1999 Australia[19]
11 127 Justin Langer (1/2)  Australia 295 4  Pakistan 18 November 1999 Australia[19]
12 149* Adam Gilchrist  Australia 163 4  Pakistan 18 November 1999 Australia[19]
13 123 Justin Langer (2/2)  Australia 154 1  New Zealand 22 November 2001 Match drawn[20]
14 157* Ricky Ponting (1/2)  Australia 218 1  New Zealand 22 November 2001 Match drawn[20]
15 110 Matthew Hayden  Australia 169 2  West Indies 17 November 2005 Australia[21]
16 137 Michael Hussey (1/3)  Australia 234 2  West Indies 17 November 2005 Australia[21]
17 113 Dwayne Bravo  West Indies 202 3  Australia 17 November 2005 Australia[21]
18 150 Phil Jaques  Australia 237 1  Sri Lanka 16 November 2007 Australia[22]
19 132 Michael Hussey (2/3)  Australia 220 1  Sri Lanka 16 November 2007 Australia[22]
20 104 Mahela Jayawardene  Sri Lanka 194 2  Australia 16 November 2007 Australia[22]
21 192 Kumar Sangakkara  Sri Lanka 282 4  Australia 16 November 2007 Australia[22]
22 209 Ricky Ponting (2/2)  Australia 354 1  Pakistan 14 January 2010 Australia[23]
23 166 Michael Clarke  Australia 328 1  Pakistan 14 January 2010 Australia[23]
24 102 Salman Butt  Pakistan 234 2  Australia 14 January 2010 Australia[23]
25 100 Simon Katich  Australia 138 3  Pakistan 14 January 2010 Australia[23]
26 123* David Warner  Australia 170 4  New Zealand 9 December 2011 New Zealand[24]
27 115* Michael Hussey (3/3)  Australia 184 1  Sri Lanka 14 December 2012 Australia[25]
28 147 Tillakaratne Dilshan  Sri Lanka 273 2  Australia 14 December 2012 Australia[25]
29 269* Adam Voges  Australia 285 1  West Indies 10 December 2015 Australia[26]
30 182 Shaun Marsh  Australia 266 1  West Indies 10 December 2015 Australia[26]
31 108 Darren Bravo  West Indies 177 2  Australia 10 December 2015 Australia[26]
32 104 Quinton de Kock  South Africa 143 2  Australia 12 November 2016 South Africa[27]

One Day International centuries[edit]

Adam Gilchrist sitting in a chair smiling, leaning on a desk.
The highest score in an ODI played at Bellerive Oval is by Adam Gilchrist who scored 172.[12]

The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at Bellerive Oval.[12]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Winning team
1 101 Desmond Haynes  West Indies 112 1  Pakistan 17 December 1988 West Indies[28]
2 116* Ramiz Raja  Pakistan 148 2  Sri Lanka 15 February 1990 Pakistan[29]
3 102* David Boon  Australia 168 2  India 10 December 1991 Australia[30]
4 114 Aamer Sohail  Pakistan 136 1  Zimbabwe 27 February 1992 Pakistan[31]
5 110 Stuart Law  Australia 135 1  Zimbabwe 8 December 1994 Australia[32]
6 124 Alistair Campbell  Zimbabwe 142 1  Australia 30 January 2001 Australia[33]
7 102* Mark Waugh  Australia 113 2  Zimbabwe 30 January 2001 Australia[33]
8 101* Damien Martyn  Australia 114 1  England 11 January 2003 Australia[34]
9 172 Adam Gilchrist  Australia 126 1  Zimbabwe 16 January 2004 Australia[35]
10 134* Ricky Ponting  Australia 133 1  New Zealand 20 December 2007 Australia[36]
11 110 Shaun Marsh  Australia 114 1  England 21 January 2011 Australia[37]
12 104 Peter Forrest  Australia 138 1  Sri Lanka 24 February 2012 Sri Lanka[38]
13 160* Tillakaratne Dilshan (1/2)  Sri Lanka 165 1  India 28 February 2012 India[39]
14 105 Kumar Sangakkara (1/2)  Sri Lanka 87 1  India 28 February 2012 India[39]
15 133* Virat Kohli  India 86 2  Sri Lanka 28 February 2012 India[39]
16 138* Phillip Hughes  Australia 154 1  Sri Lanka 23 January 2013 Australia[40]
17 141 Ian Bell  England 125 1  Australia 23 January 2015 Australia[41]
18 102* Steve Smith  Australia 95 2  England 23 January 2015 Australia[41]
19 112 Ed Joyce  Ireland 103 1  Zimbabwe 7 March 2015 Ireland[42]
20 121 Brendan Taylor  Zimbabwe 91 2  Ireland 7 March 2015 Ireland[42]
21 104 Tillakaratne Dilshan (2/2)  Sri Lanka 99 1  Scotland 11 March 2015 Sri Lanka[43]
22 124 Kumar Sangakkara (2/2)  Sri Lanka 95 1  Scotland 11 March 2015 Sri Lanka[43]
23 125 Faf du Plessis  South Africa 114 1  Australia 11 November 2018 South Africa[44]
24 139 David Miller  South Africa 108 1  Australia 11 November 2018 South Africa[44]
25 106 Shaun Marsh  Australia 102 2  South Africa 11 November 2018 South Africa[44]

Twenty20 International centuries[edit]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Winning team
1 103* Glenn Maxwell  Australia 58 2  England 7 February 2018 Australia[45]

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