Samit Dravid, son of former India cricketer Rahul Dravid, scored a double century in an U-14 BTR Shield match between his team Mallya Aditi International School and Sri Kumaran.
Samit has been in a great run of form, with this knock being his second double ton in two months. He scored 204 runs with the help of 33 boundaries to help his team post a total of 377/3. They then bundled out the opponents for 110 with Samit taking two wickets. In the end, his team won by 267 runs.
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In December last year, Samit scored a double century in an Under-14 state-level match in Kolkata. His 256-ball innings was laced with 22 fours and he also took three wickets. Captaining Vice-President's XI, he could not could not lead his side to a win but his all-round show was noticed and praised by fans of his father.
With his penchant for staying at the crease for a long time, Samit seems to be following his father’s footsteps. Rahul Dravid is considered to be the greatest batsman ever to have played for India and in a career spanning 16 years, he scored 13288 Test and 10889 ODI runs.