List of Australia ODI cricket centurions

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

A century in cricket occurs when a batsman scores 100 runs or more in an innings, 43 Australia players have scored centuries in One Day Internationals.[1]

Key[edit]

  • * denotes that the batsman remained not out.
  • 50s denotes the number of times the players scored 50 or more during an innings.
  • HS denotes the player's highest score
  • Maiden century and Date give the details of the player's first century.[2]

List of centurions[edit]

No. Player 100s 50s HS Maiden century Date
1 Alan Turner 1 0 101 101 vs Sri Lanka at The Oval, London 11 June 1975
2 Greg Chappell 3 14 138* 125* vs England at The Oval, London 6 June 1977
3 Allan Border 3 39 127* 105* vs India at Sydney Cricket Ground 18 December 1980
4 Graeme Wood 3 11 114* 108 vs England at Headingley, Leeds 8 June 1981
5 Bruce Laird 1 2 117* 117* vs West Indies at Sydney Cricket Ground 24 November 1981
6 Steve Smith 2 8 117 117 vs New Zealand at Melbourne Cricket Ground 13 February 1983
7 Trevor Chappell 1 0 110 110 vs India at Trent Bridge, Nottingham 13 June 1983
8 Kepler Wessels 1 26 107 107 vs India at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi 28 September 1984
9 Geoff Marsh 9 22 126* 125 vs India at Sydney Cricket Ground 21 January 1986
10 David Boon 5 37 122 111 vs India at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur 7 September 1986
11 Dean Jones 7 46 145 104 vs England at WACA Ground, Perth 1 January 1987
12 Mark Waugh 18 50 173 108 vs New Zealand at Seddon Park, Hamilton 27 March 1993
13 Stuart Law 1 7 110 110 vs Zimbabwe at Bellerive Oval, Hobart 8 December 1994
14 Ricky Ponting 29 82 164 123 vs Sri Lanka at Melbourne Cricket Ground 9 January 1996
15 Steve Waugh 3 45 120* 102* vs Sri Lanka at Melbourne Cricket Ground 16 January 1996
16 Mark Taylor 1 28 105 105 vs India at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 21 October 1996
17 Michael Bevan 6 46 108* 103 vs South Africa at Centurion Park 10 April 1997
18 Adam Gilchrist 16 55 172 100 vs South Africa at Sydney Cricket Ground 26 January 1998
19 Darren Lehmann 4 17 119 103 vs Pakistan at National Stadium, Karachi 6 November 1998
20 Damien Martyn 5 37 144* 116* vs New Zealand at Eden Park, Auckland 3 March 2000
21 Matthew Hayden 10 36 181* 111 vs India at Indira Priyadarshini Stadium, Visakhapatnam 3 April 2001
22 Andrew Symonds 6 30 156 143* vs Pakistan at Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 11 February 2003
23 Michael Clarke 8 55 130 105* vs Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club, Harare 29 May 2004
24 Simon Katich 1 9 107* 107* vs India at The Gabba, Brisbane 14 February 2006
25 Michael Hussey 3 39 109* 109* vs West Indies at Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur 18 September 2006
26 Brad Hodge 1 3 123 123 vs Netherlands at Warner Park, Basseterre 18 March 2007
27 Shane Watson 9 33 185* 126 vs West Indies at National Cricket Stadium, St. George's 29 June 2008
28 Brad Haddin 2 16 110 109 vs New Zealand at Sydney Cricket Ground 8 February 2009
29 David Hussey 1 14 111 111 vs Scotland at Grange cricket club, Edinburgh 28 August 2009
30 Cameron White 2 11 105 105 vs England at Rose Bowl, Southampton 9 September 2009
31 Tim Paine 1 5 111 111 vs England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham 17 September 2009
32 Shaun Marsh 6 12 151 112 vs India at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad 5 November 2009
33 Peter Forrest 1 3 104 104 vs Sri Lanka at Bellerive Oval, Hobart 24 February 2012
34 David Warner 14 17 179 163 vs Sri Lanka at The Gabba, Brisbane 4 March 2012
35 Phillip Hughes 2 4 138* 112 vs Sri Lanka at Melbourne Cricket Ground 11 January 2013
36 George Bailey 3 22 156 125* vs West Indies at WACA Ground, Perth 3 February 2013
37 Adam Voges 1 4 112* 112* vs West Indies at Melbourne Cricket Ground 10 February 2013
38 Aaron Finch 10 18 148 148 vs Scotland at Grange Cricket Club, Edinburgh 3 September 2013
39 James Faulkner 1 4 116 116 vs India at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 2 November 2013
40 Steve Smith 8 19 164 101 vs Pakistan at Sharjah Cricket Stadium 7 October 2014
41 Glenn Maxwell 1 15 102 102 vs Sri Lanka at Sydney Cricket Ground 8 March 2015
42 Mitch Marsh 1 9 102* 102* vs India at Sydney Cricket Ground 23 January 2016
43 Matthew Wade 1 11 100* 100* vs Pakistan at The Gabba, Brisbane 13 January 2017
44 Travis Head 1 4 128 128 vs Pakistan at Adelaide Oval 26 January 2017
45 Marcus Stoinis 1 4 146* 146* vs New Zealand at Eden Park, Auckland 30 January 2017

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Statistics / Statsguru / ODI matches / Batting records / Australia ODI century scorers". ESPN Cricinfo.
  2. ^ "Statistics / Statsguru / ODI matches / Batting records / Australia ODI century innings by innings list". ESPN Cricinfo.

External links[edit]