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List of international cricket centuries at Eden Park

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Australia vs. New Zealand, Eden Park, 2005.

Eden Park is a sports stadium in Auckland, New Zealand, it has a capacity of 50,000. The ground has hosted Test cricket since its first match in 1930 when New Zealand played England.[1] 49 Test matches have been played at the ground[2] along with 71 One Day Internationals (ODIs), the first of which was in 1976 when New Zealand played India.[3]

Englishman Ted Bowley became the first man to score a Test century at Eden Park when he made 109 against New Zealand in 1930. Barry Sinclair's innings of 138 against South Africa in 1964 was the first time a New Zealand player made a century at the ground. Wally Hammond's score of 336 not out, made against New Zealand in 1933, remains the highest score seen at the ground. At the time Hammond's score was also a world record, surpassing Donald Bradman's record of 334.[4] 4 players have made a double century at the ground, however, the highest score by a New Zealander, 173 from 136 deliveries, was made by Ian Smith against India in 1990. John Wright is the only man to have scored three Test centuries at the ground.[5] In a match against England in 1978 Geoff Howarth scored centuries in both innings. This feat was repeated by Peter Fulton in 2013.[6]

Twenty five ODI centuries have been scored at Eden Park, the first by Australian Greg Chappell who scored 108 from 92 deliveries against New Zealand in 1982. The highest score achieved at the ground is unbeaten 146 made by Marcus Stoinis against New Zealand in 2017. Martin Crowe and Nathan Astle are the only players to record two ODI centuries at the ground.[7]

New Zealand opener Martin Guptill scored the only Twenty20 International century at Eden Park. He scored 105 runs against Australia on 16 February 2018 and became the highest run scorer in all T20Is as well. Despite his innings, New Zealand lost the match.[8]

Key[edit]

  • * denotes that the batsman was not out.
  • Inns. denotes the number of the innings in the match.
  • Balls denotes the number of balls faced in an innings.
  • NR denotes that the number of balls was not recorded.
  • Parentheses next to the player's score denotes his century number at Eden Park.
  • The column title Date refers to the date the match started.
  • The column title Result refers to whether the player's team won,[9][10] lost[11][12] or if the match was drawn[13] or a no result.[14]

Test centuries[edit]

The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at Eden Park.[5]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 109 Ted Bowley  England NR 1  New Zealand 14 February 1930 Drawn
2 117 Duleep  England NR 1  New Zealand 14 February 1930 Drawn
3 196 Geoffrey Legge  England NR 1  New Zealand 21 February 1930 Drawn
4 336* Wally Hammond  England NR 2  New Zealand 31 March 1933 Drawn
5 152 Jeffrey Stollmeyer  West Indies NR 1  New Zealand 15 February 1952 Drawn
6 100 Frank Worrell  West Indies NR 1  New Zealand 15 February 1952 Drawn
7 115 Clyde Walcott  West Indies NR 1  New Zealand 15 February 1952 Drawn
8 116 Russell Endean  South Africa NR 1  New Zealand 13 March 1953 Drawn
9 124* Peter May  England NR 2  New Zealand 14 March 1959 Drawn
10 126 Ken Barrington  England NR 1  New Zealand 23 February 1963 Won
11 131* Peter Parfitt  England NR 1  New Zealand 23 February 1963 Won
12 125 Barry Knight  England NR 1  New Zealand 23 February 1963 Won
13 138 Barry Sinclair (1/2)  New Zealand NR 2  South Africa 13 March 1964 Drawn
14 114 Barry Sinclair (2/2)  New Zealand 213 1  England 11 March 1966 Drawn
15 124 Bruce Taylor  New Zealand NR 1  West Indies 27 February 1969 Lost
16 109 Joey Carew  West Indies NR 2  New Zealand 27 February 1969 Won
17 168 Seymour Nurse  West Indies NR 4  New Zealand 27 February 1969 Won
18 101 Alan Knott  England 149 1  New Zealand 5 March 1971 Drawn
19 104 Mark Burgess  New Zealand 176 2  England 5 March 1971 Drawn
20 110 Majid Khan  Pakistan NR 1  New Zealand 16 February 1973 Drawn
21 107 Rodney Redmond  New Zealand NR 2  Pakistan 16 February 1973 Drawn
22 110 Brian Hastings  New Zealand NR 2  Pakistan 16 February 1973 Drawn
23 104* Doug Walters  Australia 138 1  New Zealand 22 March 1974 Won
24 159* Ian Redpath  Australia 310 3  New Zealand 22 March 1974 Won
25 181 Mike Denness  England 392 1  New Zealand 20 February 1975 Won
26 216 Keith Fletcher  England 413 1  New Zealand 20 February 1975 Won
27 121 John Parker  New Zealand 297 2  England 20 February 1975 Lost
28 116 Sunil Gavaskar  India NR 2  New Zealand 24 January 1976 Won
29 124 Surinder Amarnath  India NR 2  New Zealand 24 January 1976 Won
30 122 Geoff Howarth (1/2)  New Zealand 356 1  England 4 March 1978 Drawn
31 158 Clive Radley  England 524 2  New Zealand 4 March 1978 Drawn
32 102 Geoff Howarth (2/2)  New Zealand 301 3  England 4 March 1978 Drawn
33 135 Zaheer Abbas  Pakistan NR 2  New Zealand 23 February 1979 Drawn
34 127 Bruce Edgar (1/2)  New Zealand 317 2  West Indies 29 February 1980 Drawn
35 110 John Wright (1/3)  New Zealand 434 2  India 13 March 1981 Drawn
36 161 Bruce Edgar (2/2)  New Zealand 418 2  Australia 12 March 1982 Won
37 100 Graeme Wood  Australia 249 3  New Zealand 12 March 1982 Lost
38 130 John Wright (2/3)  New Zealand 297 1  England 10 February 1984 Drawn
39 128 Jeff Crowe  New Zealand 285 1  England 10 February 1984 Drawn
40 113* Ian Smith (1/2)  New Zealand 182 1  England 10 February 1984 Drawn
41 104 Derek Randall  England 338 2  New Zealand 10 February 1984 Drawn
42 158* John Reid  New Zealand 318 2  Pakistan 25 January 1985 Won
43 118 Geoff Marsh  Australia 287 1  New Zealand 13 March 1986 Lost
44 213 Gordon Greenidge  West Indies 384 1  New Zealand 27 February 1987 Won
45 104 Martin Crowe (1/2)  New Zealand 264 3  West Indies 27 February 1987 Lost
46 103 John Wright (3/3)  New Zealand 276 1  England 25 February 1988 Drawn
47 107* Mark Greatbatch  New Zealand 325 3  England 25 February 1988 Drawn
48 112 Shoaib Mohammad  Pakistan 254 1  New Zealand 24 February 1989 Drawn
49 271 Javed Miandad  Pakistan 465 1  New Zealand 24 February 1989 Drawn
50 173 Ian Smith (2/2)  New Zealand 136 1  India 22 February 1990 Drawn
51 192 Mohammad Azharuddin  India 259 2  New Zealand 22 February 1990 Drawn
52 170* Andrew Jones  New Zealand 446 3  India 22 February 1990 Drawn
53 113 Martin Crowe (2/2)  New Zealand 174 3  India 22 February 1990 Drawn
54 123 Aravinda de Silva  Sri Lanka 193 3  New Zealand 1 March 1991 Drawn
55 114 Graham Gooch  England 220 3  New Zealand 30 January 1992 Won
56 101 Hansie Cronje  South Africa 155 3  New Zealand 4 March 1995 Won
57 104* Dave Houghton  Zimbabwe 204 2  New Zealand 20 January 1996 Drawn
58 112 Craig Spearman  New Zealand 219 3  Zimbabwe 20 January 1996 Drawn
59 120 Chris Cairns (1/2)  New Zealand 96 3  Zimbabwe 20 January 1996 Drawn
60 129 Stephen Fleming  New Zealand 254 1  England 24 January 1997 Drawn
61 173 Alec Stewart  England 277 2  New Zealand 24 January 1997 Drawn
62 119 Graham Thorpe  England 245 2  New Zealand 24 January 1997 Drawn
63 102* Nathan Astle (1/2)  New Zealand 214 3  England 24 January 1997 Drawn
64 157 Matt Horne  New Zealand 260 2  Zimbabwe 26 February 1998 Won
65 114 Nathan Astle (2/2)  New Zealand 192 2  Zimbabwe 26 February 1998 Won
66 128 Gary Kirsten  South Africa 282 1  New Zealand 27 February 1999 Drawn
67 275* Daryll Cullinan  South Africa 490 1  New Zealand 27 February 1999 Drawn
68 149* Younis Khan  Pakistan 182 3  New Zealand 8 March 2001 Won
69 170 Scott Styris (1/2)  New Zealand 220 2  South Africa 18 March 2004 Won
70 158 Chris Cairns (2/2)  New Zealand 171 2  South Africa 18 March 2004 Won
71 154* Jacques Rudolph  South Africa 312 3  New Zealand 18 March 2004 Lost
72 105 Ricky Ponting  Australia 110 2  New Zealand 26 March 2005 Won
73 103* Scott Styris (2/2)  New Zealand 122 1  West Indies 9 March 2006 Won
74 136 Peter Fulton (1/2)  New Zealand 346 1  England 22 March 2013 Drawn
75 110 Peter Fulton (2/2)  New Zealand 165 3  England 22 March 2013 Drawn
76 110* Matt Prior  England 182 4  New Zealand 22 March 2013 Drawn
77 224 Brendon McCullum  New Zealand 307 1  India 6 February 2014 Won
78 113 Kane Williamson(1/2)  New Zealand 172 1  India 6 February 2014 Won
79 115 Shikhar Dhawan  India 211 4  New Zealand 6 February 2014 Lost
80 102 Kane Williamson(2/2)  New Zealand 220 2  England 22 March 2018 Won
81 145* Henry Nicholls  New Zealand 268 2  England 22 March 2018 Won

One Day International centuries[edit]

The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at Eden Park.[7]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 108 Greg Chappell  Australia 92 2  New Zealand 13 February 1982 Lost
2 140 Glenn Turner  New Zealand 130 1  Sri Lanka 20 March 1983 Won
3 105* Martin Crowe (1/2)  New Zealand 105 2  England 25 February 1984 Won
4 104 Gordon Greenidge  West Indies 100 2  New Zealand 21 March 1987 Won
5 101 Ramiz Raja  Pakistan 114 2  New Zealand 11 March 1989 Won
6 102* Dean Jones  Australia 91 2  New Zealand 11 March 1990 Won
7 100* Martin Crowe (2/2)  New Zealand 134 1  Australia 22 February 1992 Won
8 100 David Boon  Australia 133 2  New Zealand 22 February 1992 Lost
9 108 Asanka Gurusinha  Sri Lanka 149 1  New Zealand 1 April 1995 Won
10 120 Nathan Astle (1/2)  New Zealand 137 1  Zimbabwe 28 January 1996 Won
11 103* Lance Klusener  South Africa 132 1  New Zealand 20 February 1999 Lost
12 100* Nathan Astle (2/2)  New Zealand 126 2  South Africa 20 February 1999 Won
13 100 Jacques Kallis  South Africa 125 1  New Zealand 27 March 1999 Won
14 116* Damien Martyn  Australia 135 1  New Zealand 3 March 2000 Lost
15 103 Sanath Jayasuriya  Sri Lanka 83 2  New Zealand 6 February 2001 Won
16 112 Virender Sehwag  India 139 2  New Zealand 11 January 2003 Won
17 101* Scott Styris  New Zealand 108 2  Pakistan 3 January 2004 Won
18 105 Michael Hussey  Australia 84 1  New Zealand 18 February 2007 Lost
19 117 Ross Taylor  New Zealand 127 2  Australia 18 February 2007 Won
20 122* Martin Guptill (1/2)  New Zealand 135 1  West Indies 10 January 2009 No Result
21 107 Jesse Ryder  New Zealand 93 1  Pakistan 5 February 2011 Won
22 111 Martin Guptill (2/2)  New Zealand 129 1  India 25 January 2014 Tied
23 138 Brendan Taylor  Zimbabwe 110 1  India 14 March 2015 Lost
24 110* Suresh Raina  India 104 2  Zimbabwe 14 March 2015 Won
25 146* Marcus Stoinis  Australia 117 2  New Zealand 30 January 2017 Lost

Twenty20 International centuries[edit]

The following table summarises the Twenty20 International centuries scored at Eden Park.[15]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 105 Martin Guptill  New Zealand 54 1  Australia 16 February 2018 Lost

References[edit]

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  15. "Records/Eden Park, Auckland/Twenty20 Internationals/High Scores". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 17 February 2018.


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