Woodlands skipper Brad Schmulian today completed his second double century in First Class Cricket. He made 200 not out for Central Districts in their Plunket Shield clash with North Districts at Nelson.
The 32-year-old hit a six and 15 fours during his 322-ball innings and put his side in a strong position at the end of the third day.
During the first two sessions of play he advanced from his overnight 53 not out as he helped his side to 371-4 declared in their second innings – a lead of 483. By the close North Districts were 92-2.
Schmulian clearly enjoys playing against North Districts. In October 2017 he set a New Zealand record when he made 203 against them on his First-Class debut at Mount Maunganui.
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