Lancashire's 21-year-old English batsman Liam Livingstone made history on Sunday by scoring 350 in a club match -- the highest recorded individual in any form of one-day match, surpassing 334 not out made by then 15-year-old Nikhilesh Surendran in 2008
London: A 21-year-old English batsman on Lancashire's books made history on Sunday by scoring 350 in a club match.
Liam Livingstone's stunning innings was the centrepiece of Nantwich's mammoth 579 for seven in just 45 overs during their National Club Championship clash at home to fellow north-west side Caldy.
Livingstone's runs came from just 138 balls, including 34 fours and 27 sixes.
"Had worse days! Thanks for all the messages," Livingstone said on Twitter.
His astonishing assault is believed to be the highest recorded individual in any form of one-day match, surpassing the 334 not out made by the then 15-year-old Nikhilesh Surendran in an Indian school fixture in Hyderabad in 2008.
Three of Caldy's bowlers, who play in the Liverpool and District competition, long regarded as one of England's leading club leagues, conceded in excess of 100 runs.
Overwhelmed by what had happened to them in the field, Caldy collapsed to 79 all out as Nantwich won by a scarcely credible 500 runs.
Livingstone, yet to make his first-class debut, endeared himself to Lancashire fans by finishing last season with 204 in the Roses 2nd XI clash against arch-rivals Yorkshire.