The first recorded international cricket match was played in 1876/77 in Melbourne. It was a match between England and Australia.
Australia scored 245 in the first innings
England scored 196 in the first innings
Australia scored 104 in the second innings
England scored 108 in the second innings
Thus Australia won the match by 45 runs.
Chris Gayle (West Indies) scored the first century in International Twenty20 Cricket.
Amiss of England scored the first century of the ODI Cricket in 1972 vs Australia in the first One Day International, Prudential Trophy.
The first century in One Day International cricket was scored by Dennis Amiss, who hit 103 runs for England against Australia in 1972. The first century in List A cricket was scored by Lancashire's Peter Marner against Leicestershire in the first List A match on May 1, 1963.
Aminul Islam scored first century for Bangladesh in test cricket. He scored 145 runs against India in 10th of November, 2000 at Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The first century in Test cricket was scored by Charles Bannerman who scored 165 and The first one day international (ODI) century was scored by Denis Amiss who amassed 103 runs against Australia
He has scored 34,357 in international cricket (15,921 runs in test cricket, 18,426 in one day internationals), 25,396 in first class cricket and 21,999 in list A cricket.
He scored 452 in first class national cricket. In international "test" cricket, his highest score was 334 not out at Headingly in England.