|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.
Did you know?
By the time Adam Voges got out in the Wellington Test, he scored a record 614 runs between dismissals, going past Sachin Tendulkar's record of 497 runs between dismissals in 2004. The first-class record is with KC Ibrahim who had scored 709 runs (scores of 218*, 36*, 234*, 77*, 144) in 1947.
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