Kirstan Kallicharan makes school Record of West Indian’s Cricket

New Brian Lara in West Indies Cricket

After 34 years another Kallicharan has made school record of West Indians Cricket and again rings a bell of the Seventies and Eighties. On May 11, Trinidad and Tobago’s Under-15 captain Kirstan Kallicharan scored an unbeaten 404 in a 35-over under-14 school match in Port-of-Spain. Kirstan Came at No.3 on 10th over and played incredible innings with 44 fours and 31 sixes. At first he was just aimed to score a century that he done in just 35 balls and then  he realized that he can score  more and more and by playing his natural game make a school record of West Indians Cricket.

The young Kirstan also smashed Brian Lara record in last year May. Lara had school record of 168 runs. Kirstan played from Vishnu Boys Hindu College against Valencia High School in a Secondary Schools Cricket League U-14 quarterfinal and scored. The Hindu College Boys won by 459 runs after Valencia, with no stomach for a fight, were shot out for a paltry 89 in the 24th over.

At a time when West Indian cricket has not been known for its Test performances, Kirstan’s effort has prompted Trinidad and Tobago Sports Minister Anil Roberts to say that they may have unearthed a new Brian Lara (or may be an Alvin Kallicharran, who scored 12 Test hundreds at an average of 44.43).

The Coach Roberts Said it is not only his physical skill strength that delivers such an amazing talent but he has make himself in mental discipline that belies his age.

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