New Delhi: Mumbai's Pranav Dhanawade on Tuesday accomplished a rare cricketing feat, as he became the first player on the planet to score 1000 runs in one innings.
Playing for KC Gandhi School in the Bhandari Trophy, the wicketkeeper-batsman faced 323 balls during his unbeaten 1009-run knock.
During his 395-minute stay at the crease, the Kalyan lad shattered several records.
He now sits at the top of the list for highest individual scores in school cricket.
Here are the other nine players who make up the top ten.
Pranav Dhanawade: 1009* (Smt KC Gandhi School vs Arya Gurukul School in 2016)
AEJ Collins: 628* (Clark's House v North Town in 1899)
CJ Eady: 566 (Break-o'-Day v Wellington in 1901-02)
Prithvi Shaw: 546 (St Francis v Rizvi in 2013-14)
DR Havewalla: 515 (B.B & C.I Railways v St Xavier's in 1933-34)
JC Sharp: 506* (Melbourne GS v Geelong College in 1914-15)
Chamanlal: 502* (Mohindra Coll, Patiala v Government Coll in 1956-57)
Armaan Jaffer: 498 (Rizvi Springfield School v IES Raja Shivaji School in 2010-11)
AE Stoddart: 485 (Hampstead v Stoics in 1886)
Mohammad Iqbal: 475* (Muslim Model HS v Islamia HS in 1958-59)