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    best ton on debut

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    The best ton I've seen on debut was from Mark Waugh. Fap's is right up there though, I mean it was an epic performance but previous players didn't have the benefit of DRS.


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    Has to be Faf given the situation when he went in and the end result because of his efforts.

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    it's so easy to forget umar akmal has actually done something other than being a ****

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    Just running through the list I really enjoyed Dwayne Smith's debut ton, it just seemed so unlikely. Greg Blewett looked like a future star of the game after his first (and second, next game) ton(s) too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey View Post
    it's so easy to forget umar akmal has actually done something other than being a ****
    indeed some incredible strokeplay for a moment I saw him a genuine successor to KP.

    As for Faf pretty puzzled at his less then stellar FC record could not find one area of weakness during the entire game.
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    Some of those off drives were very similar to Kallis. Also loved the way he was going back to get on top and inside the line to ride Lyon's balls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arachnodouche View Post
    Some of those off drives were very similar to Kallis. Also loved the way he was going back to get on top and inside the line to ride Lyon's balls

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    My father would have said Lawrence Rowe's 214. I would like to add Ranjitsinghji, Archie Jackson and Mark Waugh to that list.

    And the best ODI debut ton is definitely Shahid Afridi's sublime 37-ball blitz

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    That Ganguly ton at Lord's wasnt so bad either, against the combined might of Alan Mullally and Phil Martin

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    Ali Nagvi - against the combined might of Donald, Pollock, Kallis and Symcox..

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