List of international cricket centuries at the R. Premadasa Stadium
The R. Premadasa Stadium is a cricket stadium in Maligawatta, Colombo, Sri Lanka. The stadium was, before June 1994, known as the Khettarama Cricket Stadium and is today one of the main venues where the Sri Lankan cricket team play, having hosted more than 100 one day international matches. It is the largest stadium in Sri Lanka with capacity of 35,000 spectators. It was also the stadium were the highest Test score was scored.
- * 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 R. Premadasa Stadium.
- The column title Date refers to the date the match started.
- The column title Result refers to whether the player's team won lost or if the match was drawn or a no result.
List of centuries
Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri):
His 340, made against India in 1997, is the record highest innings at the ground and was the highest by a Sri Lankan at the time.He also Has scored 4 ODI centuries here.
Sachin Tendulkar (Ind):
Has scored a Test century and 4 ODI centuries at the ground.
The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at the R. Premadasa Stadium.
|1||100*||Dean Jones||Australia||213||3||Sri Lanka||28 August 1992||Drawn|
|2||103||Hashan Tillakaratne||Sri Lanka||228||1||Pakistan||19 April 1997||Drawn|
|3||113||Ijaz Ahmed||Pakistan||245||2||Sri Lanka||19 April 1997||Drawn|
|4||168||Aravinda de Silva (1/2)||Sri Lanka||383||3||Pakistan||19 April 1997||Drawn|
|5||111||Navjot Sidhu||India||200||1||Sri Lanka||2 August 1997||Drawn|
|6||143||Sachin Tendulkar||India||247||1||Sri Lanka||2 August 1997||Drawn|
|7||126||Mohammad Azharuddin||India||199||1||Sri Lanka||2 August 1997||Drawn|
|8||340||Sanath Jayasuriya||Sri Lanka||578||2||India||2 August 1997||Drawn|
|9||225||Roshan Mahanama||Sri Lanka||561||2||India||2 August 1997||Drawn|
|10||126||Aravinda de Silva (2/2)||Sri Lanka||211||2||India||2 August 1997||Drawn|
|11||174*||Stephen Fleming||New Zealand||333||3||Sri Lanka||27 May 1998||Won|
|12||142||Craig McMillan||New Zealand||179||3||Sri Lanka||27 May 1998||Won|
|13||150||Kumar Sangakkara (1/2)||Sri Lanka||268||1||West Indies||23 November 2010||Drawn|
|14||139||Kumar Sangakkara (2/2)||Sri Lanka||289||2||Bangladesh||16 March 2013||Won|
|15||102||Dinesh Chandimal||Sri Lanka||176||2||Bangladesh||16 March 2013||Won|
|16||160||Craig Ervine||Zimbabwe||256||1||Sri Lanka||14 July 2017||Lost|
|17||127||Sikandar Raza||Zimbabwe||205||3||Sri Lanka||14 July 2017||Lost|
One Day International centuries
The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at the R. Premadasa Stadium.
|1||107||Roshan Mahanama||Sri Lanka||132||1||New Zealand||13 December 1992||Won|
|2||110||Sachin Tendulkar (1/4)||India||130||1||Australia||9 September 1994||Won|
|3||110||Sachin Tendulkar (2/4)||India||138||1||Sri Lanka||28 August 1996||Lost|
|4||120*||Sanath Jayasuriya (1/4)||Sri Lanka||128||2||India||28 August 1996||Won|
|5||131*||Arjuna Ranatunga||Sri Lanka||152||2||India||18 July 1997||Won|
|6||118||Marvan Atapattu (1/2)||Sri Lanka||153||1||India||17 August 1997||Won|
|7||111*||Mohammad Azharuddin||India||117||2||Sri Lanka||17 August 1997||Lost|
|8||119||Ajay Jadeja||India||121||2||Sri Lanka||17 August 1997||Lost|
|9||113||Sourav Ganguly (1/3)||India||126||1||Sri Lanka||20 August 1997||Lost|
|10||111||Murray Goodwin||Zimbabwe||134||1||Sri Lanka||24 January 1998||Lost|
|11||109||Sourav Ganguly (2/3)||India||136||1||Sri Lanka||7 July 1998||Won|
|12||128||Sachin Tendulkar (3/4)||India||131||1||Sri Lanka||7 July 1998||Won|
|13||105||Aravinda de Silva||Sri Lanka||94||2||India||7 July 1998||Lost|
|14||101*||Mahela Jayawardene||Sri Lanka||115||1||England||25 March 2001||Won|
|15||117||Nathan Astle||New Zealand||150||1||India||20 July 2001||Won|
|16||102*||Sanath Jayasuriya (2/4)||Sri Lanka||120||2||Pakistan||12 September 2002||Won|
|17||111*||Mohammad Kaif||India||112||1||Zimbabwe||14 September 2002||Won|
|18||145||Andy Flower||Zimbabwe||164||2||India||14 September 2002||Lost|
|19||101||Marvan Atapattu (1/2)||Sri Lanka||118||1||Netherlands||16 September 2002||Won|
|20||119||Marcus Trescothick||England||102||1||Zimbabwe||18 September 2002||Won|
|21||116||Herschelle Gibbs (1/2)||South Africa||126||1||Kenya||20 September 2002||Won|
|22||126||Virender Sehwag (1/2)||India||104||2||England||22 September 2002||Won|
|23||117*||Sourav Ganguly (3/3)||India||109||2||England||22 September 2002||Won|
|24||116*||Herschelle Gibbs (1/2)||South Africa||119||2||India||25 September 2002||Lost|
|25||101||Kumar Sangakkara (1/2)||Sri Lanka||110||2||Australia||27 February 2004||Lost|
|26||107*||Sanath Jayasuriya (3/4)||Sri Lanka||101||2||Bangladesh||23 July 2004||Won|
|27||143||Shoaib Malik||Pakistan||127||1||India||25 July 2004||Won|
|28||130||Sanath Jayasuriya (4/4)||Sri Lanka||132||2||India||27 July 2004||Lost|
|29||110||Yuvraj Singh (1/2)||India||114||1||West Indies||7 August 2005||Won|
|30||105||Upul Tharanga (1/2)||Sri Lanka||110||1||Bangladesh||2 September 2005||Won|
|31||116||Virender Sehwag (2/2)||India||90||1||Sri Lanka||3 February 2009||Won|
|32||117||Yuvraj Singh (2/2)||India||95||1||Sri Lanka||3 February 2009||Won|
|33||150||Gautam Gambhir (1/2)||India||147||1||Sri Lanka||5 February 2009||Won|
|34||102*||Umar Akmal||Pakistan||72||1||Sri Lanka||7 August 2009||Won|
|35||104||Thilan Samaraweera||Sri Lanka||124||1||New Zealand||8 September 2009||Won|
|36||138||Sachin Tendulkar (4/4)||India||133||1||Sri Lanka||14 September 2009||Won|
|37||102*||Upul Tharanga (2/2)||Sri Lanka||122||2||England||26 March 2011||Won|
|38||108*||Tillakaratne Dilshan (1/2)||Sri Lanka||115||2||England||26 March 2011||Won|
|39||102||Gautam Gambhir (2/2)||India||101||2||Sri Lanka||28 July 2012||Won|
|40||128*||Virat Kohli (1/3)||India||119||2||Sri Lanka||31 July 2012||Won|
|41||169||Kumar Sangakkara (2/2)||Sri Lanka||137||1||South Africa||20 July 2013||Won|
|42||109||Hashim Amla||South Africa||130||1||Sri Lanka||6 July 2014||Won|
|43||119||Moeen Ali||England||87||2||Sri Lanka||26 November 2014||Lost|
|44||101||Tillakaratne Dilshan (2/2)||Sri Lanka||124||1||England||16 December 2014||Won|
|45||131||Virat Kohli (2/3)||India||96||1||Sri Lanka||31 August 2017||Won|
|46||104||Rohit Sharma||India||88||1||Sri Lanka||31 August 2017||Won|
|47||110*||Virat Kohli (3/3)||India||116||2||Sri Lanka||3 September 2017||Won|
Women's One Day International Centuries
The following table summarises the Women's One Day international centuries scored at the R. Premadasa Stadium
|1||113||Nicole Bolton||Australia||146||1||Sri Lanka||25 September 2016||Won|
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