Ted Hasler created a bit of history over the weekend as he became the youngest centurion for Railway Union.

The 13 year-old reached his maiden century on Sunday for Railway Union's fourths against Clontarf fifths at Park Avenue.

He carried his bat throughout the innings, and finished unbeaten on 112 out of Railway's score  of 285.

Khizer Khan was batting with Ted as he made his ton and was able to help guide him through the 90s, and he himself finished on 50 not out. 

The teenager began his cricket career at Greystones, and he has been part of Leinster and Ireland training squads.

I certainly looks like he will have a bright future with willow in hand!