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|H Hay||South Australia v Lord Hawke's XI||Unley, Adelaide||1902-03|
|HA Sedgwick||Yorkshire v Worcestershire||Hull||1906|
|WE Benskin||Leicestershire v Essex||Southend||1906|
|R Wooster||Northamptonshire v Dublin University||Northampton||1925|
|JC Treanor||New South Wales v Queensland||Brisbane||1954-55|
|VB Ranjane||Maharashtra v Saurashtra||Pune||1956-57|
|Arshad Khan||Dacca University v East Pakistan||Dhaka||1957-58|
|N Fredrick||Ceylon v Madras||Colombo||1963-64|
|JS Rao||Services v Jammu and Kashmir||New Delhi||1963-64|
|Mehboodullah||Uttar Pradesh v Madhya Pradesh||Lucknow||1971-72|
|RO Estwick||Barbados v Guyana||Bridgetown||1982-83|
|SA Ankola||Maharashtra v Gujarat||Pune||1988-89|
|J Srinath||Karnataka v Hyderabad||Secunderabad||1989-90|
|SP Mukherjee||Bengal v Hyderabad||Secunderabad||1989-90|
|SM Harwood||Victoria v Tasmania||Melbourne||2002-03|
|P Connell||Ireland v Netherlands||Rotterdam||2008|
|A Mithun||Uttar Pradesh v Karnataka||Meerut||2009-10|
1) RR Phillips (Border) took a hat-trick in his first over in first-class cricket (v Eastern Province at Port Elizabeth, 1939-40) having previously played in four matches without bowling.
2) Rao, six days later, performed two hat-tricks in one match against North Punjab. Shortly afterwards, he was injured in a parachuting accident becoming a paraplegic.
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Shahid Afridi figures three times in the list of top-ten fastest hundreds in ODI cricket. No other batsman features more than once. Afridi's hundreds on this list are off 37, 45 and 53 balls, against Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh respectively.
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