Mumbai: A cricket match in Mumbai saw all the 11 batsmen failing to score a single run and the team lost by a mammoth 754 runs.

In an Under-16 Harris Shield game on Wednesday (November 20), Children's Welfare Centre School, Andheri, could not manage a single run against Swami Vivekanand International School. All 10 batsmen were dismissed for ducks.

Swami Vivekanand International School, Borivali, amassed 761/4 in 45 overs. Meet Mayekar hit a triple hundred, scoring 338 not out off 134 balls with seven sixes and 56 fours.

In reply, Children's Welfare were bowled out for seven runs (all of extras) in six overs. There were six wides and one bye in the total. Alok Pal took six wickets for three runs in three overs while his new ball partner Varad Vaze had figures of 2/3 in three overs. There were two run outs in the innings.

The losing team’s captain Harsh Mishra said, “I am the only player who was a part of the team last year. All the other players are new. We dropped too many catches—at least eight to nine—and he [Meet] took full advantage of them.”

Swami Vivekanand school’s coach Mahesh Lotlikar was quoted as saying in the media, “I guess the way we batted they may have been mentally down when they went in. We’ve bowled out teams for 60-70, but I have never seen such a thing happen in school cricket.”