Kirstan Kallicharan (trinidadexpress.com photo)

His coach called it “remarkable” as Kirstan Kallicharan made 404 not out, all yesterday.

Kallicharan, Trinidad and Tobago Under-15 skipper, continued his prolific run of form this season with that quadruple century for his school Vishnu Boys Hindu College in a PowerGen Secondary Schools Cricket League Under-14 playoff quarter-final against Valencia High School at Esmeralda Recreation Ground in Cunupia, yesterday.

Kallicharan, batting at number three, hit 44 fours and 31 sixes—a total of 362 runs in boundaries–bringing up his century off just 35 balls before going on to score a quadruple hundred as he led Vishnu to a massive 548 for one off 35 overs. Valencia were dismissed for 89, Vishnu going on to win by 459 runs.

It is not the first time the T&T youth player has gotten big scores this season. In the BG T&T Under-15 two-day competition, the right-hander scored back to back centuries for East Zone against North East at Honeymoon Park in El Dorado…


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  1. He is certainly a treasurer for the future of WI cricket. The people running the game should harness his talent and groom him slowly. In the past we have allowed true talent to slip thru the cracks because of lack of vision on the part of cricket administrators. This time around we should recognize what true potential this young man has and do our best to give hime whatever help he may need to succeed at all levels until he is on top. Good luck young Kallicharran.