Most matches as an umpire
Umpire Span Matches
HDPK Dharmasena 2009-2014 118
(Sri Lanka)
JW Lloyds 2003-2014 117
(England)
RK Illingworth 2005-2014 115
(England)
M Erasmus 2004-2014 107
(South Africa)
SJA Taufel 2007-2013 107
(Australia)
Asad Rauf 2005-2013 97
(Pakistan)
RJ Bailey 2005-2014 97
(England)
P Willey 2003-2014 97
(England)
G Sharp 2003-2014 96
(England)
Aleem Dar 2005-2014 95
(Pakistan)
PJ Hartley 2003-2014 93
(England)
TE Jesty 2003-2013 91
(England)
MR Benson 2003-2014 90
(England)
BF Bowden 2005-2014 90
(New Zealand)
NGC Cowley 2003-2014 90
(England)
NL Bainton 2005-2014 89
(England)
S Ravi 2007-2014 89
(India)
RJ Tucker 2006-2014 87
(Australia)
BR Doctrove 2007-2012 86
(West Indies)
JH Evans 2003-2014 86
(England)
NJ Llong 2003-2014 86
(England)
NA Mallender 2003-2014 86
(England)
BG Jerling 2004-2014 84
(South Africa)
RT Robinson 2005-2014 79
(England)
JD Cloete 2004-2014 77
(South Africa)
RA Kettleborough 2005-2014 77
(England)
RE Koertzen 2004-2011 77
(South Africa)
RB Tiffin 2008-2013 77
(Zimbabwe)
MA Gough 2009-2014 72
(England)
JS Wilson 2010-2014 72
(West Indies)
SA Garratt 2005-2014 71
(England)
BNJ Oxenford 2005-2014 71
(Australia)
NGB Cook 2008-2014 70
(England)
IJ Gould 2003-2014 67
(England)
Ahsan Raza 2006-2014 65
(Pakistan)
GAV Baxter 2006-2014 65
(New Zealand)
IL Howell 2004-2014 64
(South Africa)
Zameer Haider 2005-2014 64
(Pakistan)
S Asnani 2007-2013 61
(India)
MJD Bodenham 2007-2014 61
(England)
CB Gaffaney 2009-2014 61
(New Zealand)
REJ Martinesz 2004-2014 60
(Sri Lanka)
JF Steele 2003-2011 60
(England)
DJ Millns 2009-2014 58
(England)
PR Reiffel 2007-2014 58
(Australia)
C Shamshuddin 2009-2014 57
(India)
B Dudleston 2003-2010 56
(England)
AT Holdstock 2009-2014 54
(South Africa)
KH Hurter 2004-2014 54
(South Africa)
S George 2005-2014 53
(South Africa)
GO Brathwaite 2010-2014 52
(West Indies)
VA Holder 2003-2010 50
(England, West Indies)
PJ Nero 2010-2014 50
(West Indies)
Riazuddin 2005-2014 50
(Pakistan)
DJ Walker 2006-2014 50
(New Zealand)
SJ Davis 2007-2014 49
(Australia)
EAR de Silva 2004-2013 48
(Sri Lanka)
AM Saheba 2007-2013 48
(India)
SK Tarapore 2007-2013 48
(India)
BG Frost 2007-2014 47
(New Zealand)
MW Brown 2004-2014 46
(South Africa)
PD Jones 2006-2014 46
(New Zealand)
TH Wijewardene 2004-2013 46
(Sri Lanka)
DJ Harper 2007-2010 45
(Australia)
O Chirombe 2008-2013 44
(Zimbabwe)
AK Chaudhary 2007-2014 42
(India)
JD Ward 2006-2014 42
(Australia)
SC Gale 2010-2014 41
(England)
JW Holder 2003-2009 41
(England)
TJ Parlane 2007-2014 39
(New Zealand)
SD Fry 2006-2014 38
(Australia)
EA Watkin 2006-2013 38
(New Zealand)
K Hariharan 2007-2011 37
(India)
EC Hendrikse 2006-2014 37
(South Africa)
AA Jones 2003-2008 37
(England)
Shozab Raza 2008-2013 37
(Pakistan)
Saleem Badar 2005-2013 36
(Pakistan)
DJ Smith 2006-2014 36
(South Africa)
SS Hazare 2007-2014 35
(India)
AL Hill 2005-2012 35
(New Zealand)
VA Kulkarni 2011-2014 35
(India)
GH Pienaar 2005-2014 35
(South Africa)
SL Shastri 2007-2013 35
(India)
GI Burgess 2003-2008 34
(England)
Enamul Haque 2006-2013 34
(Bangladesh)
B Leadbeater 2003-2008 34
(England)
Sarika Prasad 2008-2013 34
(Singapore)
Ahmed Shahab 2006-2014 33
(Pakistan)
MJ Harris 2003-2008 33
(England)
Masudur Rahman 2010-2013 33
(Bangladesh)
SJ O'Shaughnessy 2011-2014 33
(England)
N Duguid 2011-2014 31
(West Indies)
TJ Matibiri 2008-2013 31
(Zimbabwe)
Nadeem Ghauri 2005-2012 31
(Pakistan)
RSA Palliyaguruge 2011-2014 31
(Sri Lanka)
GA Abood 2006-2014 30
(Australia)
MD Martell 2007-2014 30
(Australia)
Ghaffar Kazmi 2009-2014 28
(Pakistan)
IH Lock 2005-2014 28
(Australia)
Sharfuddoula 2010-2014 28
(Bangladesh)
S Das 2007-2013 27
(India)
R Palmer 2003-2007 27
(England)
P Wilson 2009-2014 27
(Australia)
AG Dissanayake 2004-2012 26
(Sri Lanka)
Khalid Mahmood 2008-2014 26
(Pakistan)
WR Knights 2007-2014 26
(New Zealand)
MJ Saggers 2010-2014 26
(England)
IN Ramage 2012-2013 25
(Scotland)
R Subramanian 2007-2013 25
(India)
AP Ward 2007-2014 25
(Australia)
Anisur Rahman 2010-2014 24
(Bangladesh)
CE Mack 2006-2012 24
(West Indies)
NA Malcolm 2008-2011 24
(West Indies)
PG Pathak 2010-2014 24
(India)
KN Ananthapadmanabhan 2009-2013 23
(India)
SSK Gallage 2005-2012 23
(Sri Lanka)
GC Joshua 2009-2014 23
(Australia)
RD Kottahachchi 2004-2014 23
(Sri Lanka)
AW Louw 2010-2014 23
(Namibia)
CK Nandan 2007-2014 23
(India)
M Hawthorne 2012-2013 22
(Ireland)
PG Liyanage 2004-2012 22
(Sri Lanka)
JJ Luck 2010-2013 22
(Namibia)
Mahfuzur Rahman 2010-2013 22
(Bangladesh)
GA Pratapkumar 2008-2011 22
(India)
Tahir Shah 2009-2014 22
(Pakistan)
UV Gandhe 2010-2013 21
(India)
ID Gunawardene 2007-2014 21
(Sri Lanka)
SD Ranade 2007-2014 21
(India)
Shakeel Khan 2005-2012 21
(Pakistan)
Gazi Sohel 2010-2013 20
(Bangladesh)
LB Gcuma 2011-2014 20
(South Africa)
EJ Gray 2006-2010 20
(New Zealand)
K Srinath 2011-2014 20
(India)
BM White 2009-2014 20
(South Africa)
AJ Barrow 2011-2014 19
(Australia)
DJ Constant 2003-2006 19
(England)
GE Greaves 2006-2012 19
(West Indies)
BB Pradhan 2012-2013 19
(Nepal)
Tanvir Ahmed 2010-2013 19
(Bangladesh)
AY Gokhale 2007-2014 18
(India)
BK Ravi 2010-2014 18
(India)
RR Wimalasiri 2011-2014 18
(Sri Lanka)
PK Baldwin 2008-2014 17
(England, Germany)
AY Dandekar 2007-2013 17
(India)
BBJ Nandakumar 2004-2009 17
(Sri Lanka)
DL Orchard 2012-2012 17
(South Africa)
RL Parry 2006-2012 17
(Australia)
R Risodkar 2007-2014 17
(India)
Akram Raza 2009-2013 16
(Pakistan)
Kamal Merchant 2012-2014 16
(Pakistan)
MJ Kitchen 2003-2005 16
(England)
Nadir Shah 2006-2012 16
(Bangladesh)
MSK Nandiweera 2004-2014 16
(Sri Lanka)
NRS Prabhu 2007-2011 16
(India)
Rasheed Bhatti 2005-2011 16
(Pakistan)
MG Silva 2005-2009 16
(Sri Lanka)
MVD Zilva 2007-2012 16
(Sri Lanka)
S Dua 2007-2011 15
(India)
LM Engelbrecht 2011-2014 15
(South Africa)
Iqbal Butt 2006-2012 15
(Pakistan)
SJ Phadkar 2007-2010 15
(India)
SM Raju 2007-2011 15
(India)
AG Wharf 2011-2014 15
(England)

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Sussex v Kent at Hove, NatWest t20 Blast, Jul 11, 2014 [Twenty20]
Northamptonshire v Derbyshire at Northampton, NatWest t20 Blast, Jul 11, 2014 [Twenty20]
Surrey v Glamorgan at The Oval, NatWest t20 Blast, Jul 11, 2014 [Twenty20]
Warwickshire v Worcestershire at Birmingham, NatWest t20 Blast, Jul 11, 2014 [Twenty20]
Durham v Yorkshire at Chester-le-Street, NatWest t20 Blast, Jul 11, 2014 [Twenty20]
Leicestershire v Lancashire at Leicester, NatWest t20 Blast, Jul 11, 2014 [Twenty20]
Somerset v Gloucestershire at Taunton, NatWest t20 Blast, Jul 11, 2014 [Twenty20]

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Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Saurav Ganguly have scored hundreds in the same Test innings on only one occasion. In August 2002 at Headingly, Tendulkar top scored with 193, while Dravid and Ganguly scored 148 and 128 respectively in the first innings of the Test leading India to a famous win against England by an innings and 46 runs.

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