Navi Mumbai boy smashes 1,045 not out in local match

Tanishq Gavate played this knock over two days — yesterday and today — in the semifinal of the tournament at the Yashwantrao Chavan English Medium School ground in Koparkhairne, his coach Manish confirmed.

Tanishq Gavate scored his runs over two days. Photo: Getty Images

A 14-year-old student smashed an unbeaten 1,045 not out in a local cricket tournament in neighbouring Navi Mumbai, his coach claimed on Tuesday.

Tanishq Gavate played this knock over two days — Monday and Tuesday — in the semifinal of the tournament at the Yashwantrao Chavan English Medium School ground in Koparkhairne, his coach Manish confirmed.

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Gavate played on a ground which has a leg side boundary of 60-65 yards, while the off side boundary was 50 yards, the coach claimed.

Boundaries galore

His mammoth innings was laced with 149 fours and 67 sixes, said Manish, who only uses his first name.

Manish claimed Gavate played the knock for the Yashwantrao Chavan team, which has been formed by the organisers, against the Yashwantrao Chavan English Medium School. According to Manish, the organisers are Manish himself and the Yashwantrao Chavan English Medium School.

However, a senior Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) official said the tournament, titled Navi Mumbai Shield U14, has not been recognised by the MCA.

The coach, however, claimed leather ball was used in the tournament and bowlers bowled overarm.

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