The South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) has congratulated Greg Blewett who today plays his 200th first-class game.
In his 12-year first-class career, Blewett, 32, has amassed more than 15,000 first-class runs at an average of 46.55.
Included in his 200 games are 46 Test matches and he is a current Australia A representative.
Blewett is the leading run-scorer for both the Pura Cup and ING Cup for 2002/03, with 751 at 50.06 in the four-day game and reaching 486 runs at 54.00 in the limited-overs competition.
The SACA's chief executive, Mike Deare, said it is an enormous achievement for one of South Australia's finest batsmen.
"Greg is an immensely talented cricketer, with natural abilities, who on and off the ground displays enthusiasm and passion for the game."
"Greg is without a doubt one of the finest batsmen South Australia has seen and we congratulate him on this outstanding achievement. And, I am sure there will be many more cricketing successes and achievements ahead for him," said Mr Deare.