Which cricketer has scored the most first class centuries in history?
Jack Hobbs - Including 15 for England in Test matches, 12 for touring representative MCC teams, 144 for Surrey, and 16 for Players v Gentlemen
The record for msot centuries in a first-class career is held by Egnland batsman Jack Hobbs, who scored 199 first-class centuries in 1325 innings.
117 centuries in 234 matches.
Sachin Tendulkar has scored 78 centuries in first-class cricket, including a top score of 248 not out against Bangladesh in a Test match in December 2004.
In 310 first-class matches, Sachin Tendulkar scored 116 half-centuries.
In 108 Test matches, Geoffrey Boycott scored 22 centuries, with a batting average of 47.72. In 609 first-class matches, Boycott scored 151 centuries, with a batting average of 56.83.
As of April 2011, Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has scored 23565 runs in 280 first-class matches - including a high score of 248 not out - at an average of 59.86.
it is jack hobbs who has scored the the maximum ceturies in first class cricket with 199 ceturies, at an average of 50.70.
Who else..?? It's the great Sachin Tendulkar..!
Mark Ramprikash scored his hundredth first class hundred yesterday (Saturday 2 August, 2008).
He scored fifteen (15) centuries in international test matches, and one hundred and ninety-nine (199) in first-class test matches.
A first class century is any century scored outside of International or Test play. For example, if a player playing for Middlesex scored a century against Somerset in the English County Championship that century would be recorded as a first-class century. Centuries scored in limited-overs cricket are counted in a completely different category along with all limited-over statistics.
The first Pakistani cricketer to score a century on his debut in Test cricket was Khalid Ibadulla, who scored an innings of 166 against Australia in October 1964. Ibadulla, who had an eighteen-year first class career with Warwickshire, had just two other scores in double figures in a four-match, eight-inning career in Test cricket.
Martin James Guptill (born 30 September 1986 in Auckland) is a New Zealand cricketer. To date (July 2009) he has scored the following runs * ODI - 448 runs in 12 matches * First Class - 1,025 runs in 22 matches * List-A - 1,087 runs in 29 matches * T20 - 465 runs in 20 matches Thus he has scored a total of 3,025 runs
Jack Hopes(England) 197 Centuries in First Class Cricket
Brian Lara. He has scored 400* Vs England. He has also scored the highest run in an innings in first class cricket. He scored 501.
History class is for students to learn the history of the world and cultures.
Andrew Flintoff scored 3845 runs in 79 Test matches, at an average of 31.77 per test. In his first-class career, he scored 9027 runs in 183 first-class matches, with an average of 33.80.
The idea of class struggle goes back many centuries, it is not likely that anyone can say exactly who originally thought of the concept. Though Karl Marx is most often the person discussed when issues relating to class struggle come up because class strugle was so integral to Marx's whole way of thinking about economics, history, politics, everything.
Jack Hobbs - including 15 for England in Test matches, 12 for touring representative MCC teams, 144 for Surrey, and 16 for Players v Gentlemen Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_first-class_cricket_records#Most_centuries
Yes. It should be American History class.
He has scored 34,357 in international cricket (15,921 runs in test cricket, 18,426 in one day internationals), 25,396 in first class cricket and 21,999 in list A cricket.
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The first cricketer to take to the crease in first-class cricket in an independent India was Madhusudan Amersey, who played in the Bombay Festival Tournament competition of 1946-47 just three months after India's independence. The first cricketer to take to the crease in a Test match involving India was Janardan Navle, on June 25, 1932. Also statistically notable about Navle is that he is one of only eleven players ever to play for the first… Read More
sir jack hobbs
What is the highest amount of runs scored by an individual batsman in a single innings in any format of cricket ie test or first class or school level etc..?
I think it's Brian Lara. He scored 501 runs in a First class match.
The highest individual first-class score was 501 not out, scored by Brian Lara for Warwickshire against Durham, between June 3 and June 6, 1994. Earlier in the game, Durham batsman John Morris had scored a then club-record 204 for the away side.
you do not say whether you are doing a report on modern Israel or ancient Israel, nor whether this is for history class or scripture class. Israel did not really exist at the time of Jesus, since it was destroyed more than 700 years earlier. Depending on how old you are, a history class may want you to talk about Israel before that date, or the new state of Israel in the 20th and 21st… Read More
Billy Hamilton of the Philadelphia Phillies scored 196 runs in 1894. If you're asking about cricket, and English cricket in particular, the player who scored the most runs in a first class season is Denis Compton. In 1947 Compton scored 3 816 runs for Middlesex, in 50 innings, with a high score of 246; 18 centuries; and 8 not outs at an average of 90.85. He was a chinaman bowler and played in 78 tests… Read More
Darren lehamann from austrailia
Graham Gooch is the highest run scorer in first class cricket (with 44,846 first class runs and 22211 List A runs). This gives him a comnined total of 67,057 runs scored. He is often accredited as the most prolific cricketer when it comes to run scoring at the top level. However, it should not be forgotten that the man he surpassed, Sir Jack Hobbs, was a truly great batsmen too. All of his 61,760 runs… Read More
Mr J.B (Jack) Hobbs holds this record, with 197 First Class Centuries according to Wisden 2008, which is the most reliable source. Jack Hobbs 199 first class centuries ..........Ref: http://www.cricinfo.com/ci/content/player/14225.html
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Who believed that all history was the history of class struggles and that the proletariat would overthrow the bourgeoisie?
Karl Marx believed that all history was the history of class struggles and that the proletariat would overthrow the bourgeoisie.
The American middle class is a social class in the United States.
Standard deviation is 0.
Brian Lara. He got 500 not out. He also scored the highest single test match innings with 400.
yes, but the process may take decades or even centuries
Sir Jack Hobbs of England has scored 61760 runs in First class cricket. He holds the record.
Sachin Tendulkar, in 280 first-class matches as of January 2011, has made 78 centuries. His first, an innings of 100 not out, came in the first innings of his first-class debut, for Bombay against Gujarat. By contrast, it was almost three and a half years before his maiden first-class duck, in the 1992 County Championship for Yorkshire against Hampshire.
highest score of Sunil Gavaskar
the system was developed due to an elite rich class and lack of a middle class
Yes he has scored 9 goal, it was in a friendly against Liga De Quito, he scored from the penalty spot. The Spanish league (La Liga) doesn't start til end of August. he is world class your mumz vagyna
you don't need all of the history in earth to pass history class, all you need to do is pay attention in class, study your notes, read the book, and do additional research on the internet if needed.
Ian 'Beefy' Botham played first-class cricket for Leicestershire and England, and also football for Scunthorpe United.
History-sheeter is a person who has a history of criminal records and has been to prison many times. There are some history-sheeters who could reform over a period of time and classified as A-Class history sheeters. Others who cannot be reformed are classified as B-Class history sheeter.