List of international cricket centuries at Seddon Park
Seddon Park is a cricket ground in Hamilton, New Zealand. It has a capacity of 10,000. The ground has hosted test matches since 1991. The ground has hosted 25 test matches, 34 One Day Internationals and 9 Twenty20 Internationals till date. The first test match on the ground was played when Sri Lanka played against New Zealand in 1991. The highest test score on this ground is 226 made by England batsman Joe Root against New Zealand in 2019. Ross Taylor holds the record of most number of test centuries in Seddon Park with six, followed by Kane Williamson with four and then Andrew Jones, Asanka Gurusinha, Rahul Dravid, Mark Richardson, Daniel Vettori, Tom Latham and Mahmudullah (two each). The highest ODI score on this Seddon Park is made by Australia's Matthew Hayden against New Zealand in 2007.
- * 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 Seddon Park.
- The column title Result refers to whether the player's team won, or if the match was drawn.
List of centuries
Number of centuries scored at this ground are 52 in test, 21 in ODI and one inT20I.
The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at Seddon Park.
|1||122||Andrew Jones (1/2)||New Zealand||217||1||Sri Lanka||22 February 1991||Drawn|
|2||119||Asanka Gurusinha (1/2)||Sri Lanka||261||2||New Zealand||24 February 1991||Drawn|
|3||101||John Wright||New Zealand||140||3||Sri Lanka||24 February 1991||Drawn|
|4||100*||Andrew Jones (2/2)||New Zealand||172||3||Sri Lanka||25 February 1991||Drawn|
|5||102||Asanka Gurusinha (2/2)||Sri Lanka||239||4||New Zealand||26 February 1991||Drawn|
|6||133||Mark Greatbatch||New Zealand||317||2||Pakistan||3 January 1993||Lost|
|7||190||Rahul Dravid (1/2)||India||354||2||New Zealand||4 January 1999||Drawn|
|8||126||Chris Cairns||New Zealand||202||3||India||6 January 1999||Drawn|
|9||103*||Rahul Dravid (2/2)||India||136||4||New Zealand||6 January 1999||Drawn|
|10||101*||Sourav Ganguly||India||111||4||New Zealand||6 January 1999||Drawn|
|11||114||Adrian Griffith||West Indies||346||1||New Zealand||16 December 1999||Lost|
|12||170||Sherwin Campbell||West Indies||262||1||New Zealand||16 December 1999||Lost|
|13||122||Justin Langer||Australia||100||4||New Zealand||3 April 2000||Won|
|14||106||Mark Richardson (1/2)||New Zealand||280||2||Pakistan||29 March 2001||Won|
|15||105||Matthew Bell||New Zealand||163||2||Pakistan||29 March 2001||Won|
|16||143||Mark Richardson (2/2)||New Zealand||191||1||Bangladesh||18 December 2001||Won|
|17||106||Craig McMillan||New Zealand||140||1||Bangladesh||18 December 2001||Won|
|18||192||Stephen Fleming||New Zealand||332||1||Pakistan||19 December 2003||Drawn|
|19||137*||Daniel Vettori (1/2)||New Zealand||170||1||Pakistan||20 December 2003||Drawn|
|20||137||Moin Khan||Pakistan||174||2||New Zealand||22 December 2003||Drawn|
|21||137||Gary Kirsten||South Africa||213||1||New Zealand||10 March 2004||Drawn|
|22||119||Jacob Oram||New Zealand||216||2||South Africa||13 March 2004||Drawn|
|23||150*||Jacques Kallis||South Africa||312||3||New Zealand||14 March 2004||Drawn|
|24||120||Ross Taylor (1/6)||New Zealand||235||1||England||5 March 2008||Won|
|25||102||Jesse Ryder||New Zealand||162||1||India||18 March 2009||Lost|
|26||118||Daniel Vettori (2/2)||New Zealand||164||1||India||18 March 2009||Lost|
|27||160||Sachin Tendulkar||India||260||2||New Zealand||19 March 2009||Won|
|28||189||Martin Guptill||New Zealand||310||1||Bangladesh||16 February 2010||Won|
|29||185||Brendon McCullum||New Zealand||272||1||Bangladesh||16 February 2010||Won|
|30||115||Mahmudullah (1/2)||Bangladesh||177||2||New Zealand||17 February 2010||Lost|
|31||100||Shakib Al Hasan||Bangladesh||182||4||New Zealand||19 February 2010||Lost|
|32||138||Ross Taylor (2/6)||New Zealand||104||2||Australia||28 March 2010||Lost|
|33||106||Simon Katich||Australia||279||3||New Zealand||29 March 2010||Won|
|34||122*||Shivnarine Chanderpaul||West Indies||229||1||New Zealand||19 December 2013||Lost|
|35||107||Denesh Ramdin||West Indies||148||1||New Zealand||19 December 2013||Lost|
|36||131||Ross Taylor (3/6)||New Zealand||264||2||West Indies||21 December 2013||Won|
|37||108*||Kane Williamson (1/5)||New Zealand||164||4||Sri Lanka||21 December 2015||Won|
|38||102*||Ross Taylor (4/6)||New Zealand||132||3||Pakistan||28 November 2016||Won|
|39||176||Kane Williamson (2/5)||New Zealand||285||2||South Africa||25 March 2017||Drawn|
|40||107*||Ross Taylor (5/6)||New Zealand||198||3||West Indies||9 December 2017||Won|
|41||126||Tamim Iqbal||Bangladesh||128||1||New Zealand||28 February 2019||Lost|
|42||132||Jeet Raval||New Zealand||220||2||Bangladesh||28 February 2019||Won|
|43||161||Tom Latham (1/2)||New Zealand||248||2||Bangladesh||28 February 2019||Won|
|44||200*||Kane Williamson (3/5)||New Zealand||257||2||Bangladesh||28 February 2019||Won|
|45||149||Soumya Sarkar||Bangladesh||171||3||New Zealand||28 February 2019||Lost|
|46||146||Mahmudullah (2/2)||Bangladesh||229||3||New Zealand||28 February 2019||Lost|
|47||105||Tom Latham (2/2)||New Zealand||172||1||England||29 November 2019||Drawn|
|48||101||Rory Burns||England||209||2||New Zealand||29 November 2019||Drawn|
|49||226||Joe Root||England||441||2||New Zealand||29 November 2019||Drawn|
|50||104*||Kane Williamson (4/5)||New Zealand||234||3||England||29 November 2019||Drawn|
|51||105*||Ross Taylor (6/6)||New Zealand||186||3||England||29 November 2019||Drawn|
|52||251||Kane Williamson (5/5)||New Zealand||412||1||West Indies||3 December 2020||Won|
|53||104||Jermaine Blackwood||West Indies||141||3||New Zealand||3 December 2020||Lost|
One Day International centuries
The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at Seddon Park.
|1||108||Mark Waugh||Australia||131||1||New Zealand||27 March 1993||Lost|
|2||181||Matthew Hayden||Australia||166||1||New Zealand||20 February 2007||Lost|
|3||117||Craig McMillan||New Zealand||96||2||Australia||20 February 2007||Won|
|4||125*||Virender Sehwag||India||74||2||New Zealand||11 March 2009||Won|
|5||110||Brad Haddin||Australia||121||2||New Zealand||9 March 2010||Won|
|6||115||Ahmed Shehzad||Pakistan||109||1||New Zealand||3 February 2011||Won|
|7||123*||Kirk Edwards||West Indies||108||1||New Zealand||8 January 2014||Won|
|8||106||Dwayne Bravo||West Indies||81||1||New Zealand||8 January 2014||Won|
|9||112*||Ross Taylor (1/4)||New Zealand||126||2||India||28 January 2014||Won|
|10||117||Brendon McCullum||New Zealand||99||1||Sri Lanka||15 January 2015||Lost|
|11||116||Tillakaratne Dilshan||Sri Lanka||127||2||New Zealand||15 January 2015||Won|
|12||138*||David Miller||South Africa||92||1||Zimbabwe||15 February 2015||Won|
|13||115*||JP Duminy||South Africa||100||1||Zimbabwe||15 February 2015||Won|
|14||100||Shikhar Dhawan||India||85||2||Ireland||10 March 2015||Won|
|15||128*||Mahmudullah Riyad||Bangladesh||123||1||New Zealand||13 March 2015||Lost|
|16||105||Martin Guptill (1/2)||New Zealand||100||2||Bangladesh||13 March 2015||Won|
|17||107||Ross Taylor (2/4)||New Zealand||101||1||Australia||5 February 2017||Won|
|18||180*||Martin Guptill (2/2)||New Zealand||138||2||South Africa||1 March 2017||Won|
|19||113||Ross Taylor (3/4)||New Zealand||116||2||England||25 February 2018||Won|
|20||103||Shreyas Iyer||India||107||1||New Zealand||5 February 2020||Lost|
|21||109||Ross Taylor (4/4)||New Zealand||84||2||India||5 February 2020||Won|
Twenty20 International centuries
The following table summarises the Twenty20 International centuries scored at Seddon Park.
|1||117*||Richard Levi||South Africa||51||2||New Zealand||19 February 2012||Won|
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