Sri Lanka, Vaas figure among all time World Cup records

(From L-R) Hussain Sadique –Chairman, SLRA / Group Director, Hameedia, Mano Tittawella –Senior Advisor, Ministry of Finance & Media, Ajith Amarasekera- Director, SLRA / CEO Swarnamahal, Leonard Michael Perera, Founder Convenor & Head of Business, SLRA Dinesh Perera-Director, SLRA / Deputy Director, Abans

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, March 10, 2007 (AFP) – World Cup records ahead of the 2007 tournament which opens in the West Indies on March 11: Team records

Highest Total: 398-5 – Sri Lanka v Kenya, Kandy, 1996
Lowest Total: 36 – Canada v Sri Lanka, Paarl, 2003
Highest match aggregate: 652 – Sri Lanka v Kenya, Kandy, 1996
Highest winning margin (runs): 256 – Australia v Namibia, Potchefstroom, 2003

Batting records

Most runs in a career: 1732 – Sachin Tendulkar, India
Highest score: 188 not out – Gary Kirsten, South Africa v UAE, Rawalpindi, 1996
Most runs in a tournament: 673 – Sachin Tendulkar, 2003

Bowlng records

Most wickets in a career: 55 – Wasim Akram, Pakistan
Best figures: 7 for 15 – Glenn McGrath, Australia v Namibia, Potchefstroom, 2003
Most wickets in a tournament: 23 – Chaminda Vaas, Sri Lanka, 2003
Most runs conceded: 105 (off 12 overs) – Martin Snedden, New Zealand v England, The Oval, 1983

Fielding records

Most catches in a career: 18 – Ricky Ponting, Australia
Most catches in a tournament: