Tamim Iqbal's record-breaking triple century handed East Zone an innings win over Central Zone at the Shere Bangla National Stadium.

On his way to an unbeaten 334, Tamim recorded the highest individual score in first-class cricket by a Bangladeshi.

East Zone declared on 555 for 2 in reply to Central's 213 in the first innings, as Tamim put on partnerships worth 62 with Pinak Ghosh for the first wicket, 296 for the second wicket with Mominul Haque and 197 for the unbroken third wicket with Yasir Ali. Tamim struck 42 fours and three sixes in an innings that spanned nearly ten hours, while Mominul made 111 as East Zone put on a mammoth 555-2 in their first innings.

Nayeem Hasan took six wickets to bowl Central Zone out for 333 runs in their second innings, with Mohammad Mithun top-scoring with 83.

At the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, South Zone and North Zone played out a draw. South Zone took a 55-run first-innings lead after being bowled out for 262.

Fazle Mahmud had made 125 for South Zone in the first innings, while Shafiul Islam impressed with the ball. He took six wickets, four of which came in an incredible first over in North Zone's innings when he removed Liton Das, Junaid Siddique, Mizanur Rahman and Naeem Islam.

South Zone then racked up 398 for 3 dec, with Shahriar Nafees (111), Shasmur Rahman (109) and Mahmudullah (100*) hitting centuries and setting a 454-run target. Liton hit an unbeaten 103 for the North Zone as the teams settled for a draw.

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84