Which Player Made The First Quadruple In Cricket

The first player to score a quadruple century in cricket was Archie MacLaren. This remarkable feat was achieved in 1895 during a first-class cricket match. MacLaren, playing for Lancashire, surpassed the previous highest score in first-class cricket, which was W. G. Grace's 344. During his innings, MacLaren hit 1 six and 64 fours, with his innings extending well into the second day of the three-day match. His record-breaking score remained the only quadruple century for over 25 years.

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