Arthur Chipperfield of Australia was the first batsman to be dismissed on 99 in Test Cricket Debut.
The first batsman to be dismissed in the first One-Day International, which took place between Australia and England in January 1971, was English batsman Geoffrey Boycott, caught by Bill Lawry off the bowling of Alan Thompson for 8 runs. The match finished in a five-wicket win for Australia.
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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)
A duck in cricket is when a batsman goes into bat, scores no runs, and is then out again. A golden duck is when a batsman is out on their first ball, and a diamond duck is when an opening batsman is out on the first ball of the match.
A diamond duck is actually for a batsman who gets out without facing a ball, mainly run out. A batsman dismissed on the first ball of the match is out for a platinum duck.