Do you know about a rare feat of Most Test Centuries in Consecutive Innings? The test record is five hundred in successive innings by the West Indies’ great batsman Everton Weekes. He was one of the most elegant batsmen of his generation. Here is how Everton Weekes scored his five centuries in five Test innings:
141 Runs v England at Kingston March 1948
128 Runs v India at Delhi November 1948
194 Runs v India at Bombay December 1948
162 & 101 v India at Calcutta December 1948
Three other batsmen have scored four centuries in consecutive Test innings. They are Australian JWH Fingleton.
112 Runs v South Africa at Cape Town January 1936
108 Runs v South Africa at Johannesburg February 1936
118 Runs v South Africa at Durban February 1936
100 Runs v England at Brisbane December 1936
South African Alan Melville scored four consecutive centuries against England in the 1940s.
103 Runs v England at Durban March 1939
189 Runs v England at Nottingham June 1947
104* Runs v England at Nottingham June 1947
117 Runs v England at Lord’s June 1947
Indian Rahul Dravid (The Wall) scored four centuries in 2002