Most half-centuries in a calendar year, in Tests and ODIs? Tauheed Ahmad September 25, 2013 Sports 3004 The Test record is 13 by Virender Sehwag in 2010 – that included eight scores between 50 and 99, and five centuries too. If you just mean half-centuries, then Keith Fletcher made nine for England in 1973 (plus two hundreds as well), and Hansie Cronje 9 for South Africa in 1998 (plus one century). In one-day internationals, Sachin Tendulkar reached 50 on 16 occasions in 1998, going on to three figures in nine of them. Sachin Tendulkar also made 13 half-centuries in 2007 (plus one century), equalling South Africa Gary Kirsten’s 13 scores between 50 and 99 in 2000. In 2002, Pakistan Younis Khan made 12 fifties and never converted into three figures, a record equalled by Sourav Ganguly and Graeme Smith in 2007. Most half-centuries in a calendar year, in Tests and ODIs? Related PostsPhotographer Julie Fletcher Leaves Her City Life to Capture Stunning Images of Australian OutbackHigh Scores in List A matchesPuzzling Optical Illusion of a Hovering Tree Cut in HalfDaredevil Nik Wallenda Conquers his Most Challenging Chicago SkylineCuts and Glances of Martin Crowe An honest, Unflinching CricketerCricket A Game of StatsPlayer Played his First Four Tests against Four Different Countries.Key Moments of England v India, 3rd Investec Test, Ageas Bowl, 27,28,29,30,31 July 2014 (5-day match) 2014 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.