First Centurions from Each Test Team
Australian batsman Charles Bannerman marked a century of cricket for the first time in test history. In 1877 he was unbeaten by 165 against the English. A total of 12 national cricket teams have been registered at least once in international matches. Here below we have mentioned the list of all first centurions from each test team. While the first century-maker of Pakistan is Nazar Mehmood.
Australia was the first country to score a cricket test. Afghanistan is the last nation to have experienced an international century. On September 5, 2019, Rahmat Shah scored his first cent with Bangladesh. Now let’s look at the first centurions of all the countries of the world.
First Centurions From Every Test Cricket Team
|Australia||England||Charles Bannerman||165*||15 March 1877||Melbourne|
|England||Australia||WG Grace||152||6 September 1880||London|
|South Africa||England||Jimmy Sinclair||106||2 April 1899||Cape Town|
|West Indies||England||Clifford Roach||122||11 January 1930||Bridgetown|
|New Zealand||England||Stewie Dempster||136||24 January 1930||Wellington|
|India||England||Lala Amarnath||118||17 December 1933||Mumbai|
|Pakistan||India||Nazar Mohammad||124*||24 October 1952||Lucknow|
|Sri Lanka||Pakistan||Sidath Wettimuny||157||14 March 1982||Faisalabad|
|Zimbabwe||India||Dave Houghton||121||19 October 1992||Harare|
|Bangladesh||India||Aminul Islam||145||11 November 2000||Dhaka|
|Ireland||Pakistan||Kevin O’Brien||118||14 May 2018||Dublin|
|Afghanistan||Bangladesh||Rahmat Shah||102||5 September 2019||Chattogram|