Samit Dravid, son of former India cricketer and present National Cricket Academy (NCA) head Rahul Dravid, scored an excellent double century in a U-14 BTR Shield match between his group Mallya Aditi International School and Sri Kumaran. He has been having fun with an excellent run of kind as this was his second double ton in two months. Samit scored 204 with the assistance of 33 boundaries to assist Mallya Aditi International School publish a complete of 377/3. In response, Sri Kumaran had been bundled out for 110 with Samit taking two wickets as his group received by 267 runs.
Samit cracked a double century in an Under-14 state-degree match in December final yr. Samit, 14, scored 201 for Vice-President’s XI in opposition to Dharwad Zone in an Under-14 inter-zonal event in Kolkata.
His 256-ball innings was laced with 22 fours. The match ended in a draw as Samit added to his first innings tally by scoring an unbeaten 94 in the second essay. He additionally took three wickets.
Earlier this month, Rahul Dravid hailed the services on the stadium arrange by Salem Cricket Foundation and praised the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) for growing services and infrastructure.
“It is implausible that services and infrastructure are being developed by the TNCA and the Tamil Nadu authorities.
I actually imagine that the subsequent era of cricketers, the subsequent era of heroes and expertise in the nation goes to return from smaller cities and cities and such services would assist them obtain their objective,” the legendary cricketer added.
Dravid additionally praised Tamil Nadu left-arm paceman T Natarajan, who hails from Salem and stated he could be a task mannequin for a brand new era of gamers.
(With company inputs)