Friday, 16 August 2013

Highest Scores by Indians in List A

Shikhar Dhawan after his 248 (150) while playing for India A against South Africa on 12 Aug, 2013 at Pretoria became the Second highest Run Getter in a List A match behind Alistair Brown's 268 (160). Dhawan's 248 is now the highest individual score by any Indian in a List A Match. He overcame Virender Sehwag's 219 to achieve this feat.

Dhawan after completing his double century


Following is the list of scores of 150 or more by Indians in List A

Runs
Batsman
Team
Opposition
Venue
Date
W/L
248
Shikhar Dhawan
India A
South Africa A
Pretoria
12 Aug 2013
W
219
Virender  Sehwag *
India
West Indies
Indore
08 Dec 2011
W
209
Rohit Sharma
India
Australia
Bangalore
02 Nov 2013
W
200*
Sachin Tendulkar
India
South Africa
Gwalior
24 Feb 2010
W
187
Ajinkya Rahane
Mumbai
Maharashtra
Pune
03 Mar 2008
W
186*
Sachin Tendulkar *
India
New Zealand
Hyderabad
08 Nov 1999
W
183*
MS Dhoni + #
India
Sri Lanka
Jaipur
31 Oct 2005
W
183
Sourav Ganguly
India
Sri Lanka
Taunton
26 May 1999
W
183
Virat Kohli +
India
Pakistan
Dhaka
18 Mar 2012
W
178*
Wasim Jaffer +
Mumbai
Baroda
Poona
27 Feb 2008
W
175*
Kapil Dev *
India
Zimbabwe
Tunbridge Wells
18 Jun 1983
W
175
Sachin Tendulkar +
India
Australia
Hyderabad
05 Nov 2009
L
175
Virender Sehwag
India
Bangladesh
Dhaka
19 Feb 2011
W
172
Yuvraj Singh
Indians
Sri Lankan XI
Colombo (PSS)
15 Aug 2008
W
170*
Wasim Jaffer +
Mumbai
Delhi
Delhi
18 Mar 2007
W
169
Robin Uthappa +
Karnataka
Goa
Porvorim
14 Feb 2013
W
167
Naman Ojha #
Madhya Pradesh
Railways
Indore
16 Feb 2010
W
166*
Gagan Khoda *
Rajasthan
Railways
Jaipur
11 Feb 2006
L
163*
Sachin Tendulkar
India
New Zealand
Christchurch
08 Mar 2009
W
161*
Mohammad Azharuddin *
Hyderabad
Goa
Secunderabad
27 Dec 1994
W
160
Robin Uthappa
Karnataka
Kerala
Margao
13 Jan 2005
W
159*
Dinesh Mongia
India
Zimbabwe
Guwahati
19 Mar 2002
W
159*
Gnaneshwara Rao * +
Andhra
Kerala
Chennai
29 Feb 2008
W
159*
Ishank Jaggi
Jharkhand
Assam
Kolkata
21 Feb 2009
W
159
Dinesh Mongia *
Punjab
Jammu & Kashmir
Delhi
14 Feb 2006
W
158*
Cheteshwar Pujara * +
India B
India A
Rajkot
30 Sep 2012
L
158
Dinesh Mongia
Punjab
Jammu & Kashmir
Delhi
05 Dec 2000
W
158
Vidyut Sivaramakrishnan
South Zone
Central Zone
Jaipur
03 Mar 2006
W
157*
Pinal Shah * #
Baroda
Mumbai
Poona
27 Feb 2008
L
157
Amay Khurasiya +
Madhya Pradesh
Rajasthan
Jaipur
10 Feb 2006
W
156*
TP Singh +
Railways
Bengal
Chennai
02 Mar 2003
W
155*
Shikhar Dhawan
Delhi
Haryana
Rohtak
16 Feb 2010
W
155
Murali Vijay
India B
India A
Rajkot
02 Oct 2012
W
154*
Jagadeesh Arunkumar * +
Assam
Orissa
Cuttack
11 Feb 2007
W
154*
Dinesh Karthik * #
Tamil Nadu
Hyderabad
Malappuram
18 Feb 2011
W
153*
Mohammad Azharuddin *
India
Zimbabwe
Cuttack
09 Apr 1998
W
153*
Sourav Ganguly
India
New Zealand
Gwalior
11 Nov 1999
W
153
Rahul Dravid
India
New Zealand
Hyderabad
08 Nov 1999
W
152
Sujith Somasunder
Karnataka
Kerala
Bangalore
20 Oct 1997
W
152
Sachin Tendulkar
India
Namibia
Pietermaritzburg
23 Feb 2003
W
152
Shikhar Dhawan
India A
India B
Rajkot
30 Sep 2012
W
151*
Mohammad Kaif *
Uttar Pradesh
Rajasthan
Indore
21 Feb 2007
W
151
Devang Gandhi *
Bengal
Assam
Jamshedpur
06 Jan 2004
W
151
Laxmi Shukla +
Bengal
Jharkhand
Kolkata
24 Feb 2012
W
150*
Gautam Gambhir +
India
Sri Lanka
Kolkata
24 Dec 2009
W
150*
Amit Paunikar
Railways
Vidarbha
Indore
15 Feb 2013
W
150
Nikhil Haldipur
Bengal
Assam
Jamshedpur
06 Jan 2004
W
150
Gautam Gambhir
India
Sri Lanka
Colombo (RPS)
05 Feb 2009
W

*- As Captain
#- As Wicketkeeper
+- While Chasing

Notes
Indians with most 150+ Scores in List A :
5 – Sachin Tendulkar
3 – Shikhar Dhawan/Dinesh Mongia
2 – Sourav Ganguly/Mohammad Azharuddin/Gautam Gambhir/Robin Uthappa/Virender Sehwag/Wasim Jaffer

Most 150+ scores at a particular venue by Indians in List A:
4 – Indore/Jaipur
3 - Delhi/Hyderabad/Kolkata/Rajkot

Naman Ojha (167) and Shikhar Dhawan (155*) were on the same day but in different matches.

Sachin Tendulkar (186) and Rahul Dravid (153) were in the same inning.
Devang Gandhi (151) and Nikhil Haldipur (150) were in the same inning.

Pinal Shah (157*) and Wasim Jaffer (178*) were in the same match.
Cheteshwar Pujara (158*) and Shikhar Dhawan (152) were in the same match.