List of international cricket centuries at McLean Park
McLean Park is a sports ground in Napier, New Zealand, it has a capacity of 19,700. The ground have been hosted Test cricket since its first match in 1979 when New Zealand played Pakistan. 10 Test matches have been played at the ground along with 42 One Day Internationals (ODIs), the first of which was in 1983 when New Zealand played Sri Lanka.
Pakistani batsman Asif Iqbal became the first man to score a Test century at McLean Park when he made 104 against New Zealand in 1979. Jesse Ryder's score of 201, made against India in 2009, remains the highest score seen at the ground, which is the only double century at the venue. There are 23 test centuries have been scored at the ground.
Twenty one ODI centuries have been scored at McLean Park, the first by Englishman Chris Broad who scored 106 from 140 deliveries against New Zealand in 1988. The highest score achieved at the ground is 141 not out made by Australian maestro Ricky Ponting against England in 2005.
- * 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 McLean Park.
- The column title Date refers to the date the match started.
- The column title Result refers to whether the player's team won
The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at McLean Park.
|1||104||Asif Iqbal||Pakistan||NR||1||New Zealand||16 February 1979||Drawn|
|2||114||Geoff Howarth||New Zealand||NR||2||Pakistan||16 February 1979||Drawn|
|3||119*||Majid Khan||Pakistan||NR||3||New Zealand||16 February 1979||Drawn|
|4||113*||John Wright||New Zealand||208||2||India||9 February 1990||Drawn|
|5||160||Hamish Marshall||New Zealand||250||1||Sri Lanka||4 April 2005||Drawn|
|6||114||Nathan Astle||New Zealand||203||1||Sri Lanka||4 April 2005||Drawn|
|7||127||Marvan Atapattu||Sri Lanka||244||2||New Zealand||4 April 2005||Drawn|
|8||108||Mahela Jayawardene||Sri Lanka||243||2||New Zealand||4 April 2005||Drawn|
|9||129||Kevin Pietersen||England||208||1||New Zealand||22 March 2008||Won|
|10||177||Andrew Strauss||England||343||3||New Zealand||22 March 2008||Won|
|11||110||Ian Bell||England||167||3||New Zealand||22 March 2008||Won|
|12||126*||Shivnarine Chanderpaul||West Indies||282||1||New Zealand||19 December 2008||Drawn|
|13||136||Tim McIntosh||New Zealand||337||2||West Indies||19 December 2008||Drawn|
|14||197||Chris Gayle||West Indies||396||3||New Zealand||19 December 2008||Drawn|
|15||151||Ross Taylor (1/2)||New Zealand||204||1||India||26 March 2009||Drawn|
|16||201||Jesse Ryder||New Zealand||328||1||India||26 March 2009||Drawn|
|17||115||Brendon McCullum||New Zealand||140||1||India||26 March 2009||Drawn|
|18||137||Gautam Gambhir||India||436||3||New Zealand||26 March 2009||Drawn|
|19||124*||VVS Laxman||India||212||3||New Zealand||26 March 2009||Drawn|
|20||117*||Imran Farhat||Pakistan||169||1||New Zealand||11 December 2009||Drawn|
|21||134||Daniel Vettori||New Zealand||186||2||Pakistan||11 December 2009||Drawn|
|22||122*||Ross Taylor (2/2)||New Zealand||201||1||Zimbabwe||26 January 2012||Won|
|23||102*||BJ Watling||New Zealand||149||1||Zimbabwe||26 January 2012||Won|
One Day International centuries
The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at McLean Park.
|1||106||Chris Broad||England||140||1||New Zealand||16 March 1988||Lost|
|2||101||John Wright||New Zealand||120||2||England||16 March 1988||Won|
|3||111*||Stephen Fleming||New Zealand||137||2||Australia||12 February 1998||Won|
|4||104*||Nathan Astle (1/2)||New Zealand||137||2||Zimbabwe||6 March 1998||Won|
|5||104||Nathan Astle (2/2)||New Zealand||128||1||Australia||1 March 2000||Lost|
|6||107||Michael Bevan||Australia||141||2||New Zealand||1 March 2000||Won|
|7||108||Virender Sehwag||India||119||2||New Zealand||29 December 2002||Lost|
|8||141*||Ricky Ponting||Australia||127||1||New Zealand||5 March 2005||Won|
|9||112||Peter Fulton||New Zealand||131||2||Sri Lanka||8 January 2006||Lost|
|10||102||Lou Vincent||New Zealand||117||1||West Indies||1 March 2006||Won|
|11||110*||Runako Morton||West Indies||155||2||New Zealand||1 March 2006||Lost|
|12||128*||Ross Taylor (1/3)||New Zealand||133||1||Sri Lanka||28 December 2006||Lost|
|13||111||Sanath Jayasuriya||Sri Lanka||82||2||New Zealand||28 December 2006||Won|
|14||139||Jamie How||New Zealand||116||2||England||20 February 2008||Tied|
|15||135||Chris Gayle||West Indies||129||1||New Zealand||13 January 2009||Lost|
|16||119||Brendon McCullum||New Zealand||88||1||Zimbabwe||9 February 2012||Won|
|17||100||Ross Taylor (2/3)||New Zealand||117||1||England||20 February 2013||Lost|
|18||123||Virat Kohli||India||111||2||New Zealand||19 January 2014||Lost|
|19||112||Kane Williamson||New Zealand||88||1||Pakistan||3 February 2015||Won|
|20||102*||Ross Taylor (3/3)||New Zealand||70||1||Pakistan||3 February 2015||Won|
|21||117*||Martin Guptill||New Zealand||116||2||Bangladesh||13 February 2019||Won|
Twenty 20 International centuries
The following table summarises the Twenty 20 International centuries scored at McLean Park.
|1||103*||Dawid Malan||England||51||1||New Zealand||8 November 2019||Won|
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