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10 fastest Test hundreds (by balls faced)

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Score: 102
Balls for ton: 70
Fours: 9
Sixes: 6
Match: 2009 The Frank Worrell Trophy, 3rd Test, Australia v West Indies
Place: Perth
Result: Australia won by 35 runs

Impact meter: Australia stacked up 520 runs in the first innings and West Indies needed a solid start to post a firm reply. Opener Gayle provided more than just solidity at the top, the West Indian tore apart the Australian bowling attack. The first wicket put on 136 runs, before Gayle was sent back by Bollinger. Sadly, West Indies could not make most of the attacking start and collapsed to 312 all out.

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