First 'century' of the test cricket was scored by Charles Bannerman of Australia in the first ever test cricket match played between England and Australia in the year 1877.
Sachin Tendulkar was 17 years old when he scored his first Test Century.
Charles Bennerman of Australia scored the first century in the first inning of the first Test Match in 1877.
The first century on debut in test cricket was in the first ever test match played. Charles Bannerman scored 165 retired hurt (Australia only scored 245 still highest proportion of runs scored by a batsman in an innings)
Lala Amarnath was the first Indian to score a Test Match Century
Charles Bannerman scored the first century for Australia against England on the first day of the first Test match on 15 March, 1877.
The first double-century in a Test match was scored by Australian Billy Murdoch against England at Oval in 1884.
Aminul Islam scored first century for Bangladesh in test cricket. He scored 145 runs against India in 10th of November, 2000 at Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Charles bannerman have scored the first century in cricket test matches.
Lala Amarnath was the first Indian to score test century.
1990 -Sachin Tendulkar scored his first Test hundred at the age of 18 to help India draw the Test.
John Wilcox :)P
Steve Waugh scored his first test century in his 27th test match.
The first double century in the Test Cricket was scored by William Lloyd Murdoch; best known as Billy Murdoch, of Australia against England in 1884.
Clifford Roach scored the first century for West Indies in Test Cricket. He scored this century against England in the 1st Test of 1929-1930 series. He also became the first to score double century for West Indies in the third Test of the same series.
Don Bradman scored his first test century against England.
Lala Amarnath scored 118 in the second innings of India v England Test that began on 15 December 1933 in Bombay (now Mumbai), which was India's second Test ever.
Andrew Sandham of England was the first triple-centurion in test cricket.