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List of international cricket centuries at Sabina Park

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Sabina Park is a 20,000 capacity cricket ground in Kingston, Jamaica, it is one of the home grounds of the West Indies cricket team. The ground hosted its first Test match in 1930 when the West Indies played England in a timeless Test, One Day Internationals (ODIs) have been played at the ground since 1984 and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) have been played at the ground since 2014.[1] The ground has been the scene of 94 Test and 23 ODI and 1 T20I centuries.[2][3][4]

Three centuries were scored in the ground's inaugural Test match, the first was by the Englishman Andy Sandham, at the time his innings of 325 was a world record. The first West Indian to score a Test century at the ground was George Headley, who made 223 in the same match. He followed this with a score of 270 not out in 1935 and remains the only batsman to have scored two double centuries at the ground. In 1958 the ground saw another world record Test score when Garfield Sobers made 365 not out against Pakistan, a record that stood until 1994. Sobers is one of two players to have scored five Test centuries at the ground, the other is Clyde Walcott.[2][5]

Desmond Haynes became the first ODI centurion at the ground when he made 104 not out against Australia in 1984. Graeme Smith scored the first ODI century at the ground by an overseas player in 2005. Four centuries were scored at the ground during the 2007 Cricket World Cup, including 160 which was made by the Pakistani Imran Nazir. Upul Tharanga holds the record for the highest ODI score at the ground, 174 not out, which he scored for Sri Lanka against India. The highest score by a West Indian at the ground is Chris Gayle's 125 which was made in 2012. Gayle is the only player to have scored three ODI centuries at the ground.[3]

As of 10 July 2017, only one T20I century has been scored at Sabina Park when Evin Lewis hit 125* against India and thus holds the highest T20I score at the ground.[4]

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 Sabina Park.
  • The column title Date refers to the date the match started.
  • The column title Result refers to whether the player's team won,[6][7] lost[8][9] or if the match was drawn[10] or tied.[11]

Test centuries[edit]

The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at Sabina Park.[2]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 325 Andy Sandham  England 640 1  West Indies 3 April 1930 Drawn
2 149 Les Ames (1/2)  England 174 1  West Indies 3 April 1930 Drawn
3 223 George Headley (1/2)  West Indies 385 4  England 3 April 1930 Drawn
4 270* George Headley (2/2)  West Indies NR 1  England 14 March 1935 Won
5 126 Les Ames (2/2)  England NR 2  West Indies 14 March 1935 Lost
6 141 Everton Weekes (1/2)  West Indies NR 2  England 27 March 1948 Won
7 107 Winston Place  England NR 3  West Indies 27 March 1948 Lost
8 117 Polly Umrigar  India NR 1  West Indies 28 March 1953 Drawn
9 237 Frank Worrell  West Indies NR 2  India 28 March 1953 Drawn
10 109 Everton Weekes (2/2)  West Indies NR 2  India 28 March 1953 Drawn
11 118 Clyde Walcott (1/5)  West Indies NR 2  India 28 March 1953 Drawn
12 150 Pankaj Roy  India NR 3  West Indies 28 March 1953 Drawn
13 118 Vijay Manjrekar  India NR 3  West Indies 28 March 1953 Drawn
14 116 Willie Watson  England NR 4  West Indies 15 January 1954 Lost
15 205 Len Hutton  England NR 2  West Indies 30 March 1954 Won
16 116 Clyde Walcott (2/5)  West Indies NR 3  England 30 March 1954 Lost
17 133 Neil Harvey (1/2)  Australia NR 1  West Indies 26 March 1955 Won
18 147 Keith Miller (1/2)  Australia NR 1  West Indies 26 March 1955 Won
19 108 Clyde Walcott (3/5)  West Indies NR 2  Australia 26 March 1955 Lost
20 104 Collie Smith  West Indies NR 3  Australia 26 March 1955 Lost
21 155 Clyde Walcott (4/5)  West Indies NR 1  Australia 11 June 1955 Lost
22 127 Colin McDonald  Australia NR 2  West Indies 11 June 1955 Won
23 204 Neil Harvey (2/2)  Australia NR 2  West Indies 11 June 1955 Won
24 109 Keith Miller (2/2)  Australia NR 2  West Indies 11 June 1955 Won
25 128 Ron Archer  Australia NR 2  West Indies 11 June 1955 Won
26 121 Richie Benaud  Australia NR 2  West Indies 11 June 1955 Won
27 110 Clyde Walcott (5/5)  West Indies NR 3  Australia 11 June 1955 Lost
28 122 Imtiaz Ahmed  Pakistan NR 1  West Indies 26 February 1958 Lost
29 260 Conrad Hunte  West Indies NR 2  Pakistan 26 February 1958 Won
30 365* Garfield Sobers (1/5)  West Indies NR 2  Pakistan 26 February 1958 Won
31 106 Wazir Mohammad  Pakistan NR 3  West Indies 26 February 1958 Lost
32 114 Colin Cowdrey (1/2)  England NR 1  West Indies 17 February 1960 Drawn
33 147 Garfield Sobers (2/5)  West Indies NR 2  England 17 February 1960 Drawn
34 125 Easton McMorris  West Indies NR 2  India 7 March 1962 Won
35 138 Rohan Kanhai (1/2)  West Indies NR 2  India 7 March 1962 Won
36 153 Garfield Sobers (3/5)  West Indies NR 2  India 7 March 1962 Won
37 104 Garfield Sobers (4/5)  West Indies NR 1  India 13 April 1962 Won
38 101 Colin Cowdrey (2/2)  England NR 1  West Indies 8 February 1968 Drawn
39 113* Garfield Sobers (5/5)  West Indies NR 3  England 8 February 1968 Drawn
40 212 Dilip Sardesai  India NR 1  West Indies 18 February 1971 Drawn
41 158* Rohan Kanhai (2/2)  West Indies NR 3  India 18 February 1971 Drawn
42 163 Roy Fredericks  West Indies NR 1  New Zealand 16 February 1972 Drawn
43 214 Lawrence Rowe (1/3)  West Indies NR 1  New Zealand 16 February 1972 Drawn
44 223* Glenn Turner  New Zealand NR 2  West Indies 16 February 1972 Drawn
45 100* Lawrence Rowe (2/3)  West Indies NR 3  New Zealand 16 February 1972 Drawn
46 101 Mark Burgess  New Zealand NR 4  West Indies 16 February 1972 Drawn
47 125 Maurice Foster  West Indies NR 2  Australia 16 February 1973 Drawn
48 142 Keith Stackpole  Australia NR 3  West Indies 16 February 1973 Drawn
49 120 Lawrence Rowe (3/3)  West Indies 258 2  England 16 February 1974 Drawn
50 262* Dennis Amiss  England 563 3  West Indies 16 February 1974 Drawn
51 100 Gordon Greenidge (1/2)  West Indies NR 1  Pakistan 15 April 1977 Won
52 135 Asif Iqbal  Pakistan NR 4  West Indies 15 April 1977 Lost
53 122 Peter Toohey  Australia NR 1  West Indies 28 April 1978 Drawn
54 115 Larry Gomes  West Indies NR 2  Australia 28 April 1978 Drawn
55 126 Alvin Kallicharran  West Indies NR 4  Australia 28 April 1978 Drawn
56 153 Graham Gooch  England 213 1  West Indies 10 April 1981 Drawn
57 154* David Gower  England 403 3  West Indies 10 April 1981 Drawn
58 127 Gordon Greenidge (2/2)  West Indies 193 2  Australia 28 April 1984 Won
59 112 Jeff Crowe  New Zealand 206 3  West Indies 4 May 1985 Lost
60 116 Navjot Singh Sidhu  India 237 1  West Indies 28 April 1989 Lost
61 156 Richie Richardson (1/3)  West Indies 314 2  India 28 April 1989 Won
62 110 Viv Richards  West Indies 178 2  India 28 April 1989 Won
63 132 Allan Lamb  England 205 2  West Indies 24 February 1990 Won
64 109* David Boon  Australia 243 2  West Indies 1 May 1991 Drawn
65 104* Richie Richardson (2/3)  West Indies 233 3  Australia 1 May 1991 Drawn
66 126 Keith Arthurton  West Indies 232 2  England 19 February 1994 Won
67 100 Richie Richardson (3/3)  West Indies 222 1  Australia 29 April 1995 Lost
68 126 Mark Waugh  Australia 192 2  West Indies 29 April 1995 Won
69 200 Steve Waugh (1/2)  Australia 425 2  West Indies 29 April 1995 Won
70 129 Carl Hooper  West Indies 212 1  India 6 March 1997 Drawn
71 100 Steve Waugh (2/2)  Australia 165 1  West Indies 13 March 1999 Lost
72 213 Brian Lara (1/3)  West Indies 344 2  Australia 13 March 1999 Won
73 113 Murray Goodwin  Zimbabwe 239 1  West Indies 24 March 2000 Lost
74 101* Jimmy Adams  West Indies 372 2  Zimbabwe 24 March 2000 Won
75 113 Wavell Hinds  West Indies 200 1  India 18 May 2002 Won
76 108 Devon Smith  West Indies 188 1  England 11 March 2004 Lost
77 261* Ramnaresh Sarwan (1/2)  West Indies 402 2  Bangladesh 4 June 2004 Won
78 120 Brian Lara (2/3)  West Indies 147 2  Bangladesh 4 June 2004 Won
79 101* Shivnarine Chanderpaul (1/2)  West Indies 190 2  Bangladesh 4 June 2004 Won
80 106 Younis Khan  Pakistan 190 1  West Indies 3 June 2005 Won
81 153 Brian Lara (3/3)  West Indies 233 2  Pakistan 3 June 2005 Lost
82 117* Inzamam-ul-Haq  Pakistan 194 3  West Indies 3 June 2005 Won
83 158 Ricky Ponting  Australia 224 1  West Indies 22 May 2008 Won
84 118 Shivnarine Chanderpaul (2/2)  West Indies 276 2  Australia 22 May 2008 Lost
85 104 Chris Gayle  West Indies 193 2  England 4 February 2009 Won
86 107 Ramnaresh Sarwan (2/2)  West Indies 290 2  England 4 February 2009 Won
87 112 Rahul Dravid  India 274 3  West Indies 20 June 2011 Won
88 123 Marlon Samuels  West Indies 169 2  New Zealand 2 August 2012 Won
89 113 Kane Williamson  New Zealand 298 1  West Indies 8 June 2014 Won
90 107 Jimmy Neesham  New Zealand 171 1  West Indies 8 June 2014 Won
91 199 Steve Smith  Australia 361 1  West Indies 11 June 2015 Won
92 158 K. L. Rahul  India 303 2  West Indies 30 July 2016 Drawn
93 108* Ajinkya Rahane  India 237 2  West Indies 30 July 2016 Drawn
94 137* Roston Chase  West Indies 269 3  India 30 July 2016 Drawn
95 110 Kraigg Brathwaite  West Indies 279 1  Bangladesh 12 July 2018 Won

One Day International centuries[edit]

The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at Sabina Park.[3]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 104* Desmond Haynes  West Indies 102 2  Australia 26 April 1984 Won
2 109* Gus Logie  West Indies 119 1  Pakistan 12 March 1988 Won
3 108* Richie Richardson  West Indies 132 2  England 3 March 1990 Won
4 122 Phil Simmons  West Indies 113 1  South Africa 7 April 1992 Won
5 114 Brian Lara  West Indies 116 2  Pakistan 23 March 1993 Won
6 103 Sherwin Campbell  West Indies 130 1  Zimbabwe 1 April 2000 Won
7 116* Wavell Hinds  West Indies 125 1  Zimbabwe 2 April 2000 Won
8 103 Graeme Smith  South Africa 102 2  West Indies 7 May 2005 Won
9 123 Chris Gayle (1/3)  West Indies 130 1  India 18 May 2006 Lost
10 105 Rahul Dravid  India 102 2  West Indies 18 May 2006 Won
11 115* Jeremy Bray  Ireland 137 1  Zimbabwe 15 March 2007 Tied
12 160 Imran Nazir  Pakistan 121 1  Zimbabwe 21 March 2007 Won
13 102* Shivnarine Chanderpaul (1/2)  West Indies 113 2  Ireland 23 March 2007 Won
14 115* Mahela Jayawardene (1/2)  Sri Lanka 109 1  New Zealand 24 April 2007 Won
15 131 Yuvraj Singh  India 102 1  West Indies 26 June 2009 Won
16 101 Shivnarine Chanderpaul (2/2)  West Indies 120 1  Canada 13 April 2010 Won
17 100* Ramnaresh Sarwan  West Indies 119 2  Ireland 15 April 2010 Won
18 125 Chris Gayle (2/3)  West Indies 107 1  New Zealand 7 July 2012 Won
19 101* Marlon Samuels  West Indies 103 1  New Zealand 7 July 2012 Won
20 109 Chris Gayle (3/3)  West Indies 100 2  Sri Lanka 28 June 2013 Won
21 107 Mahela Jayawardene (2/2)  Sri Lanka 112 1  India 2 July 2013 Won
22 174* Upul Tharanga  Sri Lanka 159 1  India 2 July 2013 Won
23 111* Virat Kohli  India 115 2  West Indies 6 July 2017 Won

Twenty20 International centuries[edit]

The following table summarises the Twenty20 International centuries scored at Sabina Park.[4]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 125* Evin Lewis  West Indies 62 2  India 9 July 2017 Won

References[edit]

  1. "Sabina Park — Cricinfo profile". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 10 May 2010.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Statsguru: Test matches / Batting records / Innings by innings list". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 1 April 2010.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Statsguru: One-Day Internationals / Batting records / Innings by innings list". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 1 April 2010.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Statsguru: Twenty20 Internationals / Batting records / Innings by innings list". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 10 July 2017.
  5. "Records / Test matches / Batting records / Most runs in an innings (progressive record holder)". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 1 April 2010.
  6. "Statsguru: Test matches / Batting records / Innings by innings list / Match result : Won". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 24 August 2011.
  7. "Statsguru: One Day International matches / Batting records / Innings by innings list / Match result : Won". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 24 August 2011.
  8. "Statsguru: Test matches / Batting records / Innings by innings list / Match result : Lost". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 24 August 2011.
  9. "Statsguru: One Day International matches / Batting records / Innings by innings list / Match result : Lost". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 24 August 2011.
  10. "Statsguru: Test matches / Batting records / Innings by innings list / Match result : Drawn". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 24 August 2011.
  11. "Statsguru: One Day International matches matches / Batting records / Innings by innings list / Match result : Tied". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 24 August 2011.


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