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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Individual records (batting) Highest individual score Highest individual score The highest individual score in first class cricket is 501* scored by Brian Lara for Warwickshire in 1994. There have been nine other scores of 400 or more, including another by Lara and two by Bill Ponsford. Scorecards began to be kept regularly from the 1772 season which is now seen as the commencement of the statistical first class record, though historical first class cricket began a century earlier. There is no certainty of a complete statistical record of any season until well into the 19th century, which is why Roy Webber and others have been reluctant to begin their first class cricket statistics before the 1864 season, notwithstanding the official commencement of first class cricket in 1895. statistical historical official The earliest century definitely recorded in a match generally regarded as first class is the 136 scored by John Small in the 1775 season (see below). There can be little doubt that centuries had been scored before this but the records are either lost or the known details are incomplete. Some of the main instances of high scoring prior to 1772 are as follows: The following individual scores in first class matches from 1772 are progressively the highest definitely recorded on contemporary scorecards: definitely Scores and Biographies Scores and Biographies Ward's record survived for 56 years until W. G. Grace scored the first triple century in first class cricket in 1876. The table below shows the progressive world record from 1876. Most runs in a career Most runs in a career Qualification: 40,000. Wisden Highest career average Highest career average Qualification: 20,000 runs, average 54. In addition to Bradman, the following batsmen batted in 50 innings or more with an average of 64.00 or above:71.64 – Vijay Merchant, 150 matches, 13,470 runs, from 1929–30 to 1950–5169.86 – George Headley, 103 matches, 9,921 runs, from 1927–28 to 1948–49 plus occasional matches to 195467.46 – Ajay Sharma, 129 matches, 10,120 runs, from 1984–85 to 1999–200065.18 – Bill Ponsford, 162 matches, 13,819 runs, from 1920–21 to 1934–3564.99 – Bill Woodfull, 174 matches, 13,388 runs, from 1921–22 to 1934–35 Wisden The highest first class batting career average of all is 207.00, by Norman Callaway, who aged 18 scored 207 in his only first class innings on his début for New South Wales against Queensland in 1914–15. He died during the Second Battle of Bullecourt in 1917. Most runs in a season Most runs in a season Wisden Most runs in an over Most runs in an over Wisden High proportion of team's runs High proportion of team's runs It is not unusual for a batsman to dominate the scoring while he is at the wicket; it is more unusual for a batsman to dominate his side's completed total if they are all out. The lowest completed first class innings to include a fifty is Indians' 66 against Yorkshire at Harrogate in 1932, to which Nazir Ali contributed 52 (78.79%) and his partners 9 (there were 5 extras). The lowest completed first class innings to include a century is Nottinghamshire's 143 against Hampshire at Bournemouth in 1981, to which Clive Rice contributed 105* (73.4%) and his partners 35 (there were 3 extras) and Gujranwala's 143 against Bahawalpur at Bahawalpur in 2001–02, to which Rizwan Malik contributed 100* (69.93%) and his partners 41 (there were 2 extras). The lowest completed first class innings to include a double century is Namibia's 282 against Kenya at Sharjah in January 2008, to which Gerrie Snyman contributed 230 (81.56%) and his partners 43 (there were 9 extras). The lowest completed first class innings to include a triple century is the Rest's 387 against Hindus at Bombay in 1943–44, to which Vijay Hazare contributed 309 (79.84%) and his partners 59 (there were 19 extras). The lowest completed first class total to include a score of 350 is Otago's 500 against Canterbury at Christchurch in 1952–53, to which opener Bert Sutcliffe contributed 385 (77.0%) and his partners 86 (there were 29 extras). The highest percentage of runs scored in any completed innings is 83.43% by Glenn Turner who scored 141* out of Worcestershire's 169 against Glamorgan at Swansea in 1977. The remaining batsmen scored 27 and there was one extra. In the 2007 English cricket season, Mark Ramprakash scored a record 30.02% of Surrey's runs excluding extras. In 16 matches he scored 2,026 runs at an average of 101.30, while his team mates managed 4,721 between them at an average of 26.08. Most boundaries in an innings Most boundaries in an innings Qualification: 55 boundaries. There have been higher proportions of boundaries in an innings. In 2004 Thilina Kandamby playing for Sri Lankans against Zimbabwe A at Harare scored 52 including 10 fours and 2 sixes. At Leicester in 2006 Mark Pettini of Essex, facing Leicestershire 'bowlers' who were giving away runs in order to contrive a positive result, hit 114* including 12 fours and 11 sixes (Essex lost). proportions The most sixes in an innings is 23, achieved by Colin Munro (281) for Auckland v Central Districts at Napier in 2014–15. 23 sixes is also the most ever hit by a batsman in a match. The most sixes in an innings is 23, achieved by Colin Munro (281) for Auckland v Central Districts at Napier in 2014–15. 23 sixes is also the most ever hit by a batsman in a match. Wisden Most triple centuries Most triple centuries Qualification: 3. Includes all scores of 300 or more. Entries in bold are for batsmen still playing first class cricket. 3 Ravindra Jadeja 3 Cheteshwar Pujara Wisden Most double centuries Most double centuries Qualification: 15. Includes all scores of 200 or more.
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