List of Test cricket triple centuries

List Of Test Cricket Triple Centuries

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Triple centuries in Test cricket have been achieved on 24 occasions by 20 different batsmen from six of the ten Test-cricket playing nations. A triple century occurs when a batsman scores 300 runs or more in a single innings. No player from Bangladesh, New Zealand, South Africa or Zimbabwe has scored 300, although Martin Crowe of New Zealand was dismissed for 299 in a match against Sri Lanka in 1991.

The first Test triple century was achieved by Andy Sandham of England against the West Indies in 1930 in the first Test series hosted in the West Indies. The most recent Test triple century (as of November 16, 2010) is that of Chris Gayle of the West Indies against Sri Lanka in the first Test of their 2010–11 series in Galle. The frequency of a batsman scoring a Test triple century is slightly less than that of a bowler taking a Test hat-trick (24 triple centuries versus 38 hat-tricks as of November 2010). The quickest Test triple-century was scored in 4 hours 48 minutes, by Wally Hammond for England against New Zealand at Auckland in 1932-33. The fastest Test triple-century by number of balls faced, where that figure is recorded, is Virender Sehwag's 278-ball triple century for India against South Africa in the...
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