Playing for Kidderpore Sporting Club, 13-year-old Ram Sen created history by scoring the first-ever triple-century in the CAB Ambar Roy U-13 Tournament. Ram remained not out on 322 from 151 balls as Kidderpore Sporting scored 509/2 in just 43 overs against Basudevpur Sangathani. Since Basudevpur could not finish the overs in the given time, 47 penalty runs were added to Kidderpore's score which made their final score 556/2.
During his 322, Ram struck 56 boundaries and 8 sixes at the RDMP Institute of Cricket ( Bansdroni Sanmilani Club) ground. Along with Ram, his partner Arhan Roy also scored a brilliant hundred (112 from 91 balls) to take Kidderpore's total over 500. Ram and Arhan had an opening partnership of 330 runs between them which might be one of the records of the tournament's history as well.
In reply, Basudevpur Sangathani were bundled out for 39 as Kidderpore won the match by 517 runs.
Rahul Deb, former first-class cricketer and coach of Ram Sen said, "Very happy with his performance. He already had scored a double hundred in the Mantu Ghosh tournament. So, he has the natural instinct to score big runs. Long way to go for him. We are working on his fielding and fitness as we feel he can be a future prospect for Bengal."
With Ram Sen's ability to score big runs at the early age of 13, he now surely will be tracked by many scouts and selectors just like cricketers from Mumbai get tracked. In recent times, players like Prithvi Shaw, and Arman Jaffer have come up the ranks after scoring big runs at an early age. Bengal fans would love to see someone like Ram Sen coming up the ranks if he keeps on scoring big runs.