Son rise in Bengaluru: Rahul Dravid’s son Samit Dravid hits 201, 94 not out in KSCA U-14 tournament
Rahul Dravid's son Samit Dravid is in fine form in the ongoing KSCA Under-14 Inter-zonal tournament. He has scored 201 and 94 not out. Later he took three wickets
Bengaluru: Batting legend Rahul Dravid’s son Samit Dravid hit a 250-ball 201 and later scored 94 not out in the Karnataka State Cricket Association’s (KSCA) Under-14 Inter-zonal tournament at the Indian Air Force (IAF) ground in Bengaluru.
Right-hander Samit hit 22 fours in his double century knock in the first innings while playing for Vice President’s XI. In the second innings, he scored 94 not out. Later, he took three wickets for 26 runs.
The match ended in a draw as Samit’s team collected three points while the opponents Dharwad Zone got one point. Samit has been in fine form in the inter-zonal tournament and he looks certain to seal a spot in the Karnataka Under-14 team.
Rahul Dravid is currently the head of National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru. He will be a proud father today.
Vice President’s XI: 372/7 in 90 overs (Samit Dravid 201 (250 balls, 22x4), Shreyas Mohanty 78, Siddhant Pathak 29, Arjun Jagadish 2/54, Veeraj Haveri 2/50) and 2nd Innings: 180/1 in 36 overs (Pranav Abhijith Bhattad 71*, Samit Dravid 94 not out) drew with Dharwad Zone: 124 all out in 58 overs (Utkarsh Shinde 57, Arjun Jagadish 24*, Samit Dravid 3/26, Pranav Abhijit Bhattad 3/17, Siddhant Pathak 2/26)
Vice President’s XI: 3 points; Dharwad Zone: 1 point