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|T Marsden||227||Sheffield & Leicester v Nottingham||Sheffield||1826|
|NF Callaway+||207||New South Wales v Queensland||Sydney||1914-15|
|WFE Marx||240||Transvaal v Griqualand||Johannesberg||1920-21|
|A Maynard||200*||Trinidad v MCC||Port-of-Spain||1934-35|
|SJE Loxton||232*||Victoria v Queensland||Melbourne||1946-47|
|GHG Doggart||215*||Cambridge University v Lancashire||Cambridge||1948|
|J Hallebone||202||Victoria v Tasmania||Melbourne||1951-52|
|GR Viswanath||230||Mysore v Andhra||Vijayawada||1967-68|
|AA Muzumdar||260||Bombay v Haryana||Faridabad||1993-94|
|A Pandey||209*||Madhya Pradesh v Uttar Pradesh||Bhilai||1995-96|
|DJG Sales||210*||Northamptonshire v Worcestershire||Kidderminster||1996|
|MJ Powell||200*||Glamorgan v Oxford University||Oxford||1997|
|MC Juneja||201||Gujarat v Tamil Nadu||Ahmedabad||2011/12|
|Jiwanjot Singh||213||Punjab v Hyderabad (India)||Mohali||2012/13|
Note: +It was Callaway's only first-class innings. He was killed in action in France in 1917.
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Kumar Sangakkara scored 79 runs in an ODI against New Zealand in 2007. New Zealand were bowled out for 73. Sangakkara's 79 was the highest score by a Sri Lankan batsman in that game. This is the lowest such score to have outscored the entire opposition in an ODI.
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