Rahul Dravid's son Samit has smashed a match-winning hundred in an Under-14 tournament for clubs and schools in Bangalore. Playing for Bangalore United Cricket Club, 11-year-old made a solid 125 in the fifth edition of the 'Tiger Cup' at the Loyola school grounds on Wednesday.

 

 

Samit's teammate Pratyush G top scored with an unbeaten 143. The pair collaborated for a 213-run partnership for the fourth-wicket, guiding their side to a massive 246-run win over Frank Anthony Public School in the 30 overs-a side match.

 

Samit, who wears powered glasses, had been named the ‘Best Batsman’ in a Under-12 tournament in 2015, with three scores of above fifty. His father, Rahul, is presently the mentor of Delhi Daredevils and was formerly coaching India's Under-19 team at the junior World Cup in Bangladesh earlier this year.