Ricky Ponting makes century in final first-class match

Australia's Ricky Ponting walks off the pitch for the last time on December 3, 2012
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Ricky Ponting marks his final first-class appearance with a 182-ball century for Surrey.

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has scored a century for Surrey in his final first-class match as a professional cricketer.

In the County Championship Division One clash against Nottinghamshire at The Oval, Ponting helped steady Surrey's second innings to guide them past Notts's first-innings score of 410.

The 38-year-old took 182 balls and 237 minutes to reach his century, which was his second for the county since joining them at the start of the season.

Ponting is currently not-out on 108 at lunch on day four.

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