Mumbai Indians School Cricket: Many great records have been made and broken on the cricket field. Sometimes a team scores big, sometimes a record goes to a player’s name, but imagine what happens when a player scores 500 runs on his own… A 13-year-old boy has done that. Yash Chavde, a resident of Maharashtra, has created the post.
At the age of 13, he played 508 moves
If only a team scores 500 points, that’s a big deal. The batsman has now scored 508 runs on his own. The most special thing is the age of the batsman – only 13 years. Yes, you read that right. At just 13 years old, the Maharashtra batsman has created history. Yash Chawde played an unbeaten innings of 508 runs in the Mumbai Indians Junior School tournament.
The innings hit 81 fours and 18 sixes
Yash’s Saraswati Vidyalaya scored 714 runs not out in this 40-40 match at Nagpur on Friday. In reply, the Siddheshwar Vidyalaya team won by 9 runs in 5 overs. In this way, Saraswati Vidyalaya won the match by a huge margin of 705 runs. Jaš hit 81 fours and 18 sixes in 178 balls in his innings.
A Sri Lankan cricketer holds the record
Yash has become the first Indian to score 500 or more runs in any inter-school limited overs cricket match. The record for the most innings in this category is held by Sri Lanka’s Chirath Celeperuma. In 2022, Chirath scored 553 runs in an under-15 match for Sri Lanka.
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