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List of international cricket centuries at the Gabba

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The Gabba during the 2006/07 Ashes series.

The Gabba, officially called the Brisbane Cricket Ground, is an Australian sports stadium in the Brisbane suburb of Woolloongabba.[1] The ground has hosted international cricket since 1931 when the first Test match was played there between Australia and South Africa. A total of 59 Test matches have been played at the Gabba.[2] The ground has also staged 76 One Day Internationals (ODIs), the first was played in 1979 between England and the West Indies.[3]

Donald Bradman became the first player to score a Test century at the ground when he made 226 against South Africa in 1931. Bradman's innings of 226 is one of only 5 double centuries seen at the ground. The other double centuries were scored by fellow Australians Keith Stackpole, Greg Chappell, and Michael Clarke, and the Englishman Alastair Cook. Clarke's 259 not out in 2012 is the highest score made on the ground. Clarke and Greg Chappell jointly hold the record for most centuries at the Gabba with 5. Ricky Ponting and Matthew Hayden both scored 4 centuries at the ground.[4]

Twenty seven ODI centuries have been scored at the ground. The first of these was made by the Englishman David Gower in 1983 against New Zealand. Gower's innings, 158 from 118 deliveries, remains the highest ODI score by an overseas player at the ground. The highest overall ODI score at the ground is 163 which was made by David Warner against Sri Lanka in 2012. Dean Jones and Mark Waugh are the only players to have hit two ODI centuries at the Gabba.[5]

Key[edit | edit source]

  • * 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 the Brisbane Cricket Ground.
  • 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] tied,[11] or a no result.[12]

List of centuries[edit | edit source]

Michael Clarke's 259 not out against South Africa in 2012 is the highest Test score at the ground.

Test centuries[edit | edit source]

The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at the Brisbane Cricket Ground.[4]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 226 Donald Bradman (1/3)  Australia NR 1  South Africa 27 November 1931 Won
2 126 Maurice Leyland  England 290 1  Australia 4 December 1936 Won
3 100 Jack Fingleton  Australia 310 2  England 4 December 1936 Lost
4 187 Donald Bradman (2/3)  Australia 313 1  England 29 November 1946 Won
5 128 Lindsay Hassett  Australia 395 1  England 29 November 1946 Won
6 185 Donald Bradman (3/3)  Australia 336 1  India 28 November 1947 Won
7 109 Neil Harvey (1/2)  Australia NR 1  South Africa 5 December 1952 Won
8 153 Arthur Morris  Australia NR 1  England 26 November 1954 Won
9 162 Neil Harvey (2/2)  Australia NR 1  England 26 November 1954 Won
10 132 Garry Sobers  West Indies NR 1  Australia 9 December 1960 Tied
11 181 Norm O'Neill  Australia NR 2  West Indies 9 December 1960 Tied
12 112 Brian Booth (1/2)  Australia NR 1  England 30 November 1962 Drawn
13 169 Brian Booth (2/2)  Australia NR 1  South Africa 6 December 1963 Drawn
14 114 Eddie Barlow  South Africa NR 2  Australia 6 December 1963 Drawn
15 166 Bill Lawry (1/2)  Australia 406 1  England 10 December 1965 Drawn
16 155 Doug Walters (1/2)  Australia 315 1  England 10 December 1965 Drawn
17 101 Motganhalli Jaisimha  India NR 4  Australia 19 January 1968 Lost
18 105 Bill Lawry (2/2)  Australia 296 2  West Indies 6 December 1968 Lost
19 117 Ian Chappell  Australia 263 2  West Indies 6 December 1968 Lost
20 129 Clive Lloyd (1/2)  West Indies 222 3  Australia 6 December 1968 Won
21 207 Keith Stackpole  Australia 356 1  England 27 November 1970 Drawn
22 112 Doug Walters (2/2)  Australia 264 1  England 27 November 1970 Drawn
23 110 Tony Greig  England 229 2  Australia 29 November 1974 Lost
24 123 Greg Chappell (1/5)  Australia 232 2  West Indies 28 November 1975 Won
25 107 Lawrence Rowe  West Indies 235 3  Australia 28 November 1975 Lost
26 101 Alvin Kallicharran  West Indies 207 3  Australia 28 November 1975 Lost
27 109* Greg Chappell (2/5)  Australia 172 4  West Indies 28 November 1975 Won
28 113 Sunil Gavaskar  India 264 4  Australia 2 December 1977 Lost
29 102 Graham Yallop  Australia 307 3  England 1 December 1978 Lost
30 129 Kim Hughes (1/2)  Australia 411 3  England 1 December 1978 Lost
31 140 Viv Richards  West Indies 259 2  Australia 1 December 1979 Drawn
32 124 Greg Chappell (3/5)  Australia 299 3  West Indies 1 December 1979 Drawn
33 130* Kim Hughes (2/2)  Australia 244 3  West Indies 1 December 1979 Drawn
34 111 Graeme Wood  Australia 229 2  New Zealand 28 November 1980 Won
35 201 Greg Chappell (4/5)  Australia 296 2  Pakistan 27 November 1981 Won
36 162 Kepler Wessels  Australia 343 2  England 26 November 1982 Won
37 118 Allan Border (1/3)  Australia 254 2  Pakistan 25 November 1983 Drawn
38 150* Greg Chappell (5/5)  Australia 250 2  Pakistan 25 November 1983 Drawn
39 138 Richie Richardson  West Indies 232 2  Australia 23 November 1984 Won
40 114 Clive Lloyd (2/2)  West Indies 154 2  Australia 23 November 1984 Won
41 108 John Reid  New Zealand 255 2  Australia 8 November 1985 Won
42 188 Martin Crowe  New Zealand 328 2  Australia 8 November 1985 Won
43 152* Allan Border (2/3)  Australia 301 3  New Zealand 8 November 1985 Lost
44 115 Greg Matthews  Australia 205 3  New Zealand 8 November 1985 Lost
45 138 Ian Botham  England 174 1  Australia 14 November 1986 Won
46 110 Geoff Marsh  Australia 311 3  England 14 November 1986 Lost
47 143 David Boon (1/2)  Australia 255 2  New Zealand 4 December 1987 Won
48 106 Tom Moody  Australia 179 1  Sri Lanka 8 December 1989 Drawn
49 167 Aravinda de Silva  Sri Lanka 361 2  Australia 8 December 1989 Drawn
50 164 Mark Taylor (1/2)  Australia 334 3  Sri Lanka 8 December 1989 Drawn
51 157* Keith Arthurton  West Indies 343 2  Australia 27 November 1992 Drawn
52 111 David Boon (2/2)  Australia 259 3  West Indies 27 November 1992 Drawn
53 105 Allan Border (3/3)  Australia 193 2  New Zealand 3 December 1993 Won
54 147* Steve Waugh (1/3)  Australia 281 2  New Zealand 3 December 1993 Won
55 176 Michael Slater (1/3)  Australia 244 1  England 25 November 1994 Won
56 140 Mark Waugh (1/2)  Australia 215 1  England 25 November 1994 Won
57 112* Steve Waugh (2/3)  Australia 275 1  Pakistan 9 November 1995 Won
58 161* Ian Healy (1/2)  Australia 250 1  West Indies 22 November 1996 Won
59 102 Carl Hooper  West Indies 228 2  Australia 22 November 1996 Lost
60 113 Sherwin Campbell  West Indies 327 4  Australia 22 November 1996 Lost
61 112 Mark Taylor (2/2)  Australia 258 1  New Zealand 7 November 1997 Won
62 112 Steve Waugh (3/3)  Australia 232 1  England 20 November 1998 Drawn
63 134 Ian Healy (2/2)  Australia 229 1  England 20 November 1998 Drawn
64 116 Mark Butcher  England 236 2  Australia 20 November 1998 Drawn
65 113 Michael Slater (2/3)  Australia 139 3  England 20 November 1998 Drawn
66 169 Michael Slater (3/3)  Australia 271 2  Pakistan 5 November 1999 Won
67 100 Mark Waugh (2/2)  Australia 148 2  Pakistan 5 November 1999 Won
68 119 Saeed Anwar  Pakistan 174 3  Australia 5 November 1999 Lost
69 104 Justin Langer (1/3)  Australia 231 1  New Zealand 8 November 2001 Drawn
70 136 Matthew Hayden (1/4)  Australia 195 1  New Zealand 8 November 2001 Drawn
71 118 Adam Gilchrist (1/2)  Australia 158 1  New Zealand 8 November 2001 Drawn
72 197 Matthew Hayden (2/4)  Australia 268 1  England 7 November 2002 Won
73 123 Ricky Ponting (1/4)  Australia 195 1  England 7 November 2002 Won
74 103 Matthew Hayden (3/4)  Australia 152 3  England 7 November 2002 Won
75 121 Justin Langer (2/3)  Australia 194 1  India 4 December 2003 Drawn
76 144 Sourav Ganguly  India 196 2  Australia 4 December 2003 Drawn
77 126* Jacob Oram  New Zealand 178 1  Australia 18 November 2004 Lost
78 141 Michael Clarke (1/5)  Australia 200 2  New Zealand 18 November 2004 Won
79 126 Adam Gilchrist (2/2)  Australia 151 2  New Zealand 18 November 2004 Won
80 149 Ricky Ponting (2/4)  Australia 213 1  West Indies 3 November 2005 Won
81 118 Matthew Hayden (4/4)  Australia 163 3  West Indies 3 November 2005 Won
82 104* Ricky Ponting (3/4)  Australia 158 3  West Indies 3 November 2005 Won
83 196 Ricky Ponting (4/4)  Australia 319 1  England 23 November 2006 Won
84 100* Justin Langer (3/3)  Australia 146 3  England 23 November 2006 Won
85 100 Phil Jaques  Australia 203 1  Sri Lanka 8 November 2007 Won
86 133 Michael Hussey (1/3)  Australia 249 1  Sri Lanka 8 November 2007 Won
87 145* Michael Clarke (2/5)  Australia 249 1  Sri Lanka 8 November 2007 Won
88 131* Simon Katich  Australia 245 3  New Zealand 20 November 2008 Won
89 104 Adrian Barath  West Indies 138 3  Australia 26 November 2009 Lost
90 195 Michael Hussey (2/3)  Australia 330 2  England 26 November 2010 Drawn
91 136 Brad Haddin  Australia 287 2  England 26 November 2010 Drawn
92 110 Andrew Strauss  England 224 3  Australia 26 November 2010 Drawn
93 235* Alastair Cook  England 428 3  Australia 26 November 2010 Drawn
94 135* Jonathan Trott  England 266 3  Australia 26 November 2010 Drawn
95 139 Michael Clarke (3/5)  Australia 249 2  New Zealand 1 December 2011 Won
96 104 Hashim Amla  South Africa 244 1  Australia 9 November 2012 Drawn
97 147 Jacques Kallis  South Africa 274 1  Australia 9 November 2012 Drawn
98 136 Ed Cowan  Australia 257 2  South Africa 9 November 2012 Drawn
99 259* Michael Clarke (4/5)  Australia 398 2  South Africa 9 November 2012 Drawn
100 100 Michael Hussey (3/3)  Australia 129 2  South Africa 9 November 2012 Drawn
101 124 David Warner (1/3)  Australia 154 3  England 21 November 2013 Won
102 113 Michael Clarke (5/5)  Australia 130 3  England 21 November 2013 Won
103 144 Murali Vijay  India 213 1  Australia 17 December 2014 Lost
104 133 Steve Smith (1/3)  Australia 191 2  India 17 December 2014 Won
105 163 David Warner (2/3)  Australia 191 1  New Zealand 5 November 2015 Won
106 174 Usman Khawaja  Australia 239 1  New Zealand 5 November 2015 Won
107 140 Kane Williamson  New Zealand 178 2  Australia 6 November 2015 Lost
108 129 Joe Burns  Australia 123 3  New Zealand 7 November 2015 Won
109 116 David Warner (3/3)  Australia 113 3  New Zealand 7 November 2015 Won
110 130 Steve Smith (2/3)  Australia 222 1  Pakistan 15 December 2016 Won
111 105 Peter Handscomb  Australia 240 1  Pakistan 15 December 2016 Won
112 137 Asad Shafiq  Pakistan 336 4  Australia 15 December 2016 Lost
113 141* Steve Smith (3/3)  Australia 326 2  England 25 November 2017 Won

One Day International centuries[edit | edit source]

The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at the Brisbane Cricket Ground.[5]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 158 David Gower  England 118 1  New Zealand 15 January 1983 Won
2 101 Dean Jones (1/2)  Australia 101 1  England 18 January 1987 Won
3 111 Bill Athey  England 152 2  Australia 18 January 1987 Lost
4 102* Ijaz Ahmed  Pakistan 100 2  Sri Lanka 10 February 1990 Won
5 145 Dean Jones (2/2)  Australia 136 1  England 16 December 1990 Won
6 102 Mark Waugh (1/2)  Australia 114 1  West Indies 5 January 1997 Lost
7 102 Brian Lara  West Indies 114 2  Australia 5 January 1997 Won
8 110* Carl Hooper  West Indies 109 2  Australia 5 January 1997 Won
9 103 Gary Kirsten  South Africa 113 1  New Zealand 9 January 1998 Won
10 112* Mark Waugh (2/2)  Australia 128 2  West Indies 14 January 2001 Won
11 102* Chris Cairns  New Zealand 99 2  South Africa 19 January 2002 Won
12 104* Damien Martyn  Australia 121 1  South Africa 20 January 2002 Won
13 103* VVS Laxman  India 113 1  Australia 18 January 2004 Won
14 109 Matthew Hayden  Australia 107 2  India 18 January 2004 Lost
15 124 Kamran Akmal  Pakistan 125 2  West Indies 19 January 2005 Won
16 107 Wavell Hinds  West Indies 138 1  Australia 21 January 2005 No result
17 122 Adam Gilchrist  Australia 91 2  Sri Lanka 14 February 2006 Won
18 107* Simon Katich  Australia 142 2  Sri Lanka 14 February 2006 Won
19 106 Paul Collingwood  England 121 1  New Zealand 6 February 2007 Won
20 106 Stephen Fleming  New Zealand 149 2  England 6 February 2007 Lost
21 102* Gautam Gambhir  India 101 1  Sri Lanka 5 February 2008 No result
22 105 Cameron White  Australia 88 2  Pakistan 22 January 2010 Won
23 106 Ricky Ponting  Australia 112 1  West Indies 14 February 2010 Won
24 163 David Warner  Australia 157 1  Sri Lanka 4 March 2012 Won
25 106 Eoin Morgan  England 99 1  Australia 17 January 2014 Lost
26 106 Shaiman Anwar  United Arab Emirates 83 1  Ireland 25 February 2015 Lost
27 124 Rohit Sharma  India 127 1  Australia 15 January 2016 Lost
28 100* Matthew Wade  Australia 100 1  Pakistan 13 January 2017 Won
29 106 Aaron Finch  Australia 114 1  England 19 January 2018 Lost

See also[edit | edit source]


Others articles of the Topic Cricket : List of international cricket centuries at Manuka Oval, List of international cricket centuries at the Galle International Stadium, List of international cricket centuries at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, List of international cricket centuries at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, List of international cricket centuries at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, List of NSW Central Coast Cricket First Grade Premiers, List of NSW Central Coast cricket club season averages 1900-54
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