Bangladesh cricket February 6, 2015

Bangladesh schoolboy scores 325 in 50-over match

Mostafizur Rahman Lipu has gone past all school records and scored the first triple-hundred in the Young Tigers national schools cricket tournament

There have been the odd double-hundreds in Bangladesh's school cricket, one of which was scored by current Bangladesh batsman Soumya Sarkar. Now Mostafizur Rahman Lipu has gone past all and scored the first triple-hundred in the Young Tigers national schools cricket tournament.

A student of Lalmonirhat Government High School, Lipu scored 325 in a 50-over match on Friday against Giasuddin High School. He struck 35 fours and 19 sixes at the Sheikh Kamal Stadium, situated in the northwestern town which is about 354kms from Dhaka.

Giasuddin High School were later bowled out for 117 runs, losing the game by 398 runs.

With the World Cup looming and the Bangladeshi batsmen still finding their feet in Australia, wouldn't Mashrafe Mortaza want Lipu in his side?

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84

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