Ferguson, 32, made his first-class debut in October 16-19 2004 against Victoria at Adelaide Oval, the same opposition he will be facing tomorrow in Melbourne.
His maiden first-class century was a score of 103 against New South Wales, putting on a fighting 218 for the fourth wicket with Tom Plant as the Redbacks fell to an innings defeat after first being bowled out for 29.
Ferguson’s highest first-class score is 213 against Tasmania in 2015, putting on a 378-run partnership with Jake Lehmann as the Redbacks won by 302 runs.
The gifted right-hander has been a mainstay in the Redbacks’ top and middle orders since his debut and has reached the game’s highest honours while playing for his home state.
He joins an exclusive club of South Australian players to have reached the milestone, 27 behind the most-capped, Peter Sleep:
Peter Sleep 127
Les Favell 121
David Hookes 120
Darren Lehmann 119
Greg Blewett 117
Neil Dansie 107
Ferguson and the Redbacks will face the Victorian Bushrangers tomorrow at the MCG, and it will be live-streamed and live-scored on cricket.com.au from 10:30am (local).