Scored 1st Test Hundreds For Their Countries

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Ever wondered who are the 1st Test centurions for their countries. I know its tough to know all of them, ok let me know who is the 1st Test centurion of your country? 

Give it a try before you watch the video. :)

Looking forward to hear from you!

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Charles Bannerman is the easy

Charles Bannerman is the easy one!

Was Sidath Sri Lankan one?

I think Zimbabwe had only one premier batsmen in early days in Dave Houghton, until Andy Flower developed.

No idea about others.

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Hi there, Sorry for the late

Hi there,
Sorry for the late response, but its because like always I didn't get any notification. I don't know what's the issue here.

Coming to your question, you are right, Sidath is the man for SL. And you guessed it right, Houghton is the first one for Zimbabwe. You also got Charles right. 3/10 is a good score. Kudos!

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Thanks for your help Ryan!

Thanks for your help Ryan! This issue had been bothering me ever since I joined this forum...have enabled the notifications now.

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