Top 10 Highest Ever Individual Scores in First Class Cricket History

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First class cricket's top 10 highest individual scores are all 400 & above. You probably know the highest/lowest, but do take a look at the others. 

Can you name at least 5 batsmen out of these 10? Let me know in the comments below. :)

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Brian Lara's the obvious one.

Brian Lara's the obvious one. Bradman i'm sure. I think Lara broke Hanif Mohammad's record so he must be there.

Being based in Victoria at present and the MCG having a stand named after hi, I'm sure I recall Bill Ponsford's stats including 400+ scores.

That's all i've can think of. One of those English guys that dominated county cricket but failed in Test cricket like a Ramprakrash or Hick might be on there.

I think Tendulkar and Kambli scored 400s or was it 300s...but in school cricket not first class. Can't remember. Just that they had massive partnerships before either became international stars.

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delan, fantastic performance!

delan, fantastic performance! The names you took hold 7 of the top 10 spots as some of them have more than one big scores. Your's is the 2nd best performance so far; one guy managed to get 8 of them correct.

You are right, both Sachin and Kambli scored a triple in school cricket.

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