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The Delhi Test in 1948 is the only instance when three batsmen got their maiden Test centuries in the same innings. Clyde Walcott, Gerry Gomez and Robert Christiani were the batsmen who got their maiden hundreds in that Test. In addition to the three, Everton Weekes also hit a century in that innings, the first instance of four or more West Indies batsman hit four or more hundreds in a Test innings.
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