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Triple Centuries by Batsmen From Test Cricket Playing Countries Of The World

February 8, 2014

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SANGA and David R'son-island Sangakkara ICC awards

No.

Score

Batsman

For

Against

Innings

Test

Ground

Date

1 325 Andy Sandham[1]  England  West   Indies 1st 4th Sabina ParkKingston 3 April 1930
2 334 Donald Bradman[2]  Australia  England 1st 3rd HeadingleyLeeds 11 July 1930
3 336* Wally Hammond[3]  England  New Zealand 1st 2nd Eden ParkAuckland 31 March 1933
4 304 Donald Bradman[4]  Australia  England 1st 4th HeadingleyLeeds 20 July 1934
5 364 Len Hutton[5]  England  Australia 1st 5th The Oval, London 20 August 1938
6 337 Hanif Mohammad[6]  Pakistan  West   Indies 2nd 1st Kensington OvalBridgetown 17 January 1958
7 365* Garfield Sobers[7]  West   Indies  Pakistan 1st 3rd Sabina ParkKingston 26 February 1958
8 311 Bob   Simpson[8]  Australia  England 1st 4th Old Trafford, Manchester 23 July 1964
9 310* John Edrich[9]  England  New Zealand 1st 3rd HeadingleyLeeds 8 July 1965
10 307 Bob Cowper[10]  Australia  England 1st 5th Melbourne   Cricket Ground 11 February 1966
11 302 Lawrence Rowe[11]  West   Indies  England 1st 3rd Kensington OvalBridgetown 6 March 1974
12 333 Graham Gooch[12]  England  India 1st 1st Lord’s   Cricket Ground, London 26 July 1990
13 375 Brian Lara[13]  West   Indies  England 1st 5th Antigua   Recreation GroundSt John’s 16 April 1994
14 340 Sanath   Jayasuriya[14]  Sri Lanka  India 1st 1st R.   Premadasa StadiumColombo 2 August 1997
15 334* Mark   Taylor[15]  Australia  Pakistan 1st 2nd Arbab   Niaz StadiumPeshawar 15 October 1998
16 329 Inzamam-ul-Haq[16]  Pakistan  New Zealand 1st 1st Gaddafi StadiumLahore 1 May 2002
17 380 Matthew Hayden[17]  Australia  Zimbabwe 1st 1st WACA GroundPerth 9 October 2003
18 309 Virender Sehwag[18]  India  Pakistan 1st 1st Multan   Cricket Stadium 28 March 2004
19 400* Brian Lara[19]  West   Indies  England 1st 4th Antigua   Recreation GroundSt John’s 10 April 2004
20 317 Chris Gayle[20]  West   Indies  South Africa 1st 4th Antigua   Recreation GroundSt John’s 29 April 2005
21 374 Mahela   Jayawardene[21]  Sri Lanka  South Africa 1st 1st Sinhalese   S.C.Colombo 27 July 2006
22 319 Virender Sehwag[22]  India  South Africa 1st 2nd M.   A. Chidambaram StadiumChennai 26 March 2008
23 313 Younis Khan[23]  Pakistan  Sri Lanka 1st 1st National   Stadium, Karachi 21 February 2009
24 333 Chris Gayle[24]  West   Indies  Sri Lanka 1st 1st Galle   International Stadium 15 November 2010
25 329* Michael   Clarke[25]  Australia  India 1st 2nd Sydney   Cricket Ground 3 January 2012
26 311* Hashim Amla[26]  South Africa  England 1st 1st The OvalLondon 19 July 2012
27 319 Kumar Sangakkara[27]  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh 1st 2nd Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury StadiumChittagong 5 February 2014

 

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