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July 8, 2000
235 Herschelle Gibbs/Gary Kirsten v India Kochi 09-03-2000 190 Gary Kirsten/Mike Rindel v Pakistan Jo'burg 12-01-1995 186 Gary Kirsten/Andrew Hudon v Holland Rawalpindi 05-03-1996 176 Gary Kirsten/Herschelle Gibbs v New Zealand Birmingham 10-06-1999 168*Gary Kirsten/Herschelle Gibbs v India Sharjah 22-03-2000 156 Andrew Hudson/Gary Kirsten v England Centurion 14-01-1996 151 Kepler Wessels/Andrew Hudson v England Melbourne 12-03-1992 150 Gary Kirsten/Alex Hall v Sri Lanka Galle 06-07-2000
Note : Though 174 runs were added for the first wicket against Zimbabwe at Nairobi Gymkhana on 28-09-1999, it consisted of two separate partnerships. Herschelle Gibbs added 125 runs with Lance Klusener before retiring hurt. Klusener and new batsman Kallis, then, added 49 more runs.
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