List of Triple Centuries in Test Cricket
26 different men from eight of the 12 countries that played the cricket test rated 30 times a triple horn (an individual score of 300 or more) in the cricket test. No players from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ireland, or Zimbabwe scored 300 points.
The first three-century test was conducted by Andy Sandham of England against the West Indies in 1930 in the first series of tests organized by the West Indies.
The frequency of a racket man who obtained a century of triple tests is slightly less than the frequency of a rai player who made a hat-trick (30 triples against 43 hat-tricks as of July 2017). The fastest Triple Horn test was recorded in 4 hours and 48 minutes. By Wally Hammond of England against New Zealand in Auckland in 1932-1933.
Fastest test in three centuries
The fastest test in three centuries in terms of the number of balls found. This figure was recorded, is a century of three hundred. And thirty-three balls from India last century against South Africa in the first test of the Future Cup in Chennai in 2008.
Brian Lara, Chris Gail of the West Indies, Donald Bradman of Australia and Wender Wahwaj of India are the only batsmen that reach more than 300 people.
Lara 400 against out of England in 2004, his second test in the trio century, is the highest score in the cricket test and the only example of a century of the quadruple test. Lara is the only player who has exceeded 350 times. Bradman also scored 299 goals outside of South Africa in 1932.
He also scored 293 of 254 in the third round between Sri Lanka and India in December 2009.
Two Cricket Stadiums
The two cricket stadiums with more than three centuries have been recorded. Headingley in Leeds, England, Antigua, and St. John’s, and Antigua and Barbuda, which have marked three centuries.
The most triple horns of a country are seven, from Australia. This trio of cricket tests shows all the cases in which Batman has scored 300 or more bets in individual roles in the cricket test. An achievement reached 21 times by 19 different police officers from six of the 10 countries. That played the Test Cricket.
No player from Bangladesh, New Zealand, South Africa or Zimbabwe has scored 300 points. Even though Martin Crow was ejected from New Zealand once by 299 in a match against Sri Lanka in 1991.
He achieved his first triple-century test by Andy Sandham of England against the West Indies in 1930. The most recent Mahila Jayawardene of Sri Lanka against South Africa was recorded in 2006. The probability that a batter scored a comparable goal from triple player Century Bowling did a hat-trick test.
More than 300
Brian Lara of the West Indies and Donald Bradman of Australia are the only batsmen that reach more than 300 people. Bradman also scored 299 goals outside of South Africa in 1932. Lara 400 is not out of England in 2004, his second test in the third century, the highest score in the cricket test and the only example of a century of the quadruple test.