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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. 1988 The 1988 Top of the Super Juniors was a 12 man tournament held from January 4 to February 7. The points system at this time was different from today's, though exactly how is unclear. The two wrestlers with the most points at the end of the tournament, Shiro Koshinaka and Hiroshi Hase, faced off in a singles match to determine the winner. The winner, Koshinaka, went on to win the Junior Heavyweight Championship from Owen Hart on June 24, 1988, after failing to win the title from Hiroshi Hase twice on March 19 and May 8.

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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.

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