You call it mind-boggling or mind-blowing, it's entirely your choice but this kind of 'run machine' stories we rarely get to see. His name is Josh Dunstan. He is a South Australian cricketer. He has created one of the most impossible scorecards. In fact, he has created one of those scores which we may not ever get to see. Josh Dunstan smashed an amazing 307 runs out of his side's total of 354. Josh also hit amazing 40 sixes and 9 fours to reach this mammoth score. Josh's play was made in no less than 34 overs of mayhem with sixes and fours raining all over. Here are things to know about this amazing batsman and the superb innings he played:- - Dunstan was batting at first drop for West Augusta in their B-Grade Port Augusta Cricket Association game against Central-Stirling at Braddock Park - Josh Dunstan walked out to the crease with his team at 1\/10 - He scored 86.7 per cent of his team\u2019s total. He scored 307; his team score was 354. Congrats Josh Dunstan, 307 in 34 overs of mayhem including 40 sixes. #magicwandcricket #willowblue pic.twitter.com\/3cpHdP3F54 \u2014 John Dunemann (@jdunny71) October 14, 2017 - His run rate was also healthy ABC North and West wrote a lengthy post on Josh Dunstan's 'amazing individual performance!!!!' and it has gone viral. Here is the full post:- "Did you play cricket yesterday? Did you have a bad day in the field? Well if you think your day was tough, spare a thought for Central Stirling Cricket Club B-Grade side yesterday who took on West Augusta in the 35 over contest...actually, wait a minute...they took on Josh Dunstan!!!!! Josh SMASHED an amazing 307 out of his sides total of 354!!! Coming in at the 2nd over at number 3 when the side was a little concerned at 1\/10 Josh hit an amazing 40 sixes & featured in some extremely one sided partnerships including the 7th wicket partnership of 213 where his team mate contributed 18. An amazing individual performance!!!! I think it's fair to say Josh got his eye "in" early" Notably, John Dunstan may be getting considered for a promotion to A-Grade this weekend, news.com.au reported.