Test Cricket is all about showing resilience, being patient, and fighting till the very end. If you have all these qualities, you can make yourself a decent Test Cricketer. But what makes a player stand out and be better than the rest is going a few steps further. Being smart and taking on every opportunity to score runs is a big step in becoming an excellent player. To score a triple century in test cricket is never easy, and there have been a few who have achieved this milestone. Here’s a complete list of all the players who touched the milestone of the triple century in Test Cricket.-- Advertisement --
Triple Century in Test Cricket List
|1||325||Andy Sandham||England||West Indies||Sabina Park, Kingston||3 April 1930|
|2||334||Donald Bradman||Australia||England||Headingley, Leeds||11 July 1930|
|3||336*||Wally Hammond||England||New Zealand||Eden Park, Auckland||31 March 1933|
|4||304||Donald Bradman||Australia||England||Headingley, Leeds||20 July 1934|
|5||364||Len Hutton||England||Australia||The Oval, London||20 August 1938|
|6||337||Hanif Mohammad||Pakistan||West Indies||Kensington Oval, Bridgetown||17 January 1958|
|7||365*||Garfield Sobers||West Indies||Pakistan||Sabina Park, Kingston||26 February 1958|
|8||311||Bob Simpson||Australia||England||Old Trafford, Manchester||23 July 1964|
|9||310*||John Edrich||England||New Zealand||Headingley, Leeds||8 July 1965|
|10||307||Bob Cowper||Australia||England||Melbourne Cricket Ground||11 February 1966|
|11||302||Lawrence Rowe||West Indies||England||Kensington Oval, Bridgetown||6 March 1974|
|12||333||Graham Gooch||England||India||Lord’s Cricket Ground, London||26 July 1990|
|13||375||Brian Lara||West Indies||England||Antigua Recreation Ground, St John’s||16 April 1994|
|14||340||Sanath Jayasuriya||Sri Lanka||India||R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo||2 August 1997|
|15||334*||Mark Taylor||Australia||Pakistan||Arbab Niaz Stadium, Peshawar||15 October 1998|
|16||329||Inzamam-ul-Haq||Pakistan||New Zealand||Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore||1 May 2002|
|17||380||Matthew Hayden||Australia||Zimbabwe||WACA Ground, Perth||9 October 2003|
|18||309||Virender Sehwag||India||Pakistan||Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan||28 March 2004|
|19||400*||Brian Lara||West Indies||England||Antigua Recreation Ground, St John’s||10 April 2004|
|20||317||Chris Gayle||West Indies||South Africa||Antigua Recreation Ground, St John’s||29 April 2005|
|21||374||Mahela Jayawardene||Sri Lanka||South Africa||Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo||27 July 2006|
|22||319||Virender Sehwag||India||South Africa||M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai||26 March 2008|
|23||313||Younis Khan||Pakistan||Sri Lanka||National Stadium, Karachi||21 February 2009|
|24||333||Chris Gayle||West Indies||Sri Lanka||Galle International Stadium||15 November 2010|
|25||329*||Michael Clarke||Australia||India||Sydney Cricket Ground||3 January 2012|
|26||311*||Hashim Amla||South Africa||England||The Oval, London||19 July 2012|
|27||319||Kumar Sangakkara||Sri Lanka||Bangladesh||Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong||5 February 2014|
|28||302||Brendon McCullum||New Zealand||India||Basin Reserve, Wellington||18 February 2014|
|29||302*||Azhar Ali||Pakistan||West Indies||Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai||13 October 2016|
|30||303*||Karun Nair||India||England||M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai||16 December 2016|
|31||335*||David Warner||Australia||Pakistan||Adelaide Oval, Australia||30 November 2019|
Who Has Most Triple Century in Test cricket?
Don Bradman, Virender Sehwag, Chris Gayle & Brian Lara, all have equally scored 2 triple century in test cricket.
Triple Century in Test Cricket by Indian
Virender Sehwag & Karun Nair are the two Indian cricket players who have scored a triple century in test cricket.-- Advertisement --
Triple Century in Test Cricket: Amazing Knocks
Virender Sehwag Triple Century in Test Cricket
Virender Sehwag’s 319 vs South Africa- This was Sehwag’s second triple century, but what makes this even more special is that this is his highest score in Test Cricket, and not just that, this is the fastest triple century ever in the history of the game. He is most famous for the style of cricket that he plays, and this inning is proof of that.
Andy Sandham: First Triple Century in Test Cricket
Andy Sandham’s 325 vs West Indies- The first one is always very special, and And Sandham became the first ever to reach the landmark of 300 way back in 1930. At the age of 39 years and 275 days, Sandham is the oldest to score a Test triple ton. England is where Cricket originated and it would have been a delight for them to see an Englishman become the first to reach there.-- Advertisement --
Don Bradman Triple Century
Don Bradman’s 334 vs England- Bradman is one of the biggest names to emerge in this game, and a triple century from his bat becomes special. He became only the second player to get there just a few months after the first triple century. In a score like this, a few sixes would be expected, but that was not the case here, Bradman has only 6 sixes in his entire career.
Hanif Mohammad Triple Century
Hanif Mohammad’s 337 vs West Indies- The first half of the 20th century was highly dominated by England and Australia in Cricket. What makes this innings special is that for the first time a non-English or a non-Australian player scored a triple hundred. There were five triple hundreds before this.
Chris Gayle’s 317 vs South Africa- It was just a year after Brian Lara scored his famous 400 that Chris Gayle joined the 300 club. A player like him is considered a destructive batsman in T20, but Gayle proved why he is called the Universe Boss.
Karun Nair’s 303 vs England- In his debut series, Karun Nair became the talk of the town after he became the second Indian to score a triple ton in test cricket. Unfortunately, he could not continue his form and did not play many matches after that.
David Warner’s 335 vs Pakistan- David Warner is one of the most elegant players ever, and the effort that he puts in towards his game is commendable. He is one of the very bests to represent Australia and deserved this triple century. No one has scored a triple century after David Warner.
Brian Lara’s 400 vs England- Talking about going a step further, Lara made quite an impact in Test Cricket. He became the first batsman to get not just 300, but 400 in a single inning, and he still holds that record after 17 years. Lara recorded his second 300 plus score on this day after almost 10 years from his first one.