SB 10.67.17

dvivido ’pi mahā-vīryaḥ
 śālam udyamya pāṇinā
abhyetya tarasā tena
 balaṁ mūrdhany atāḍayat
Synonyms: 
dvividaḥ — Dvivida; api — also; mahā — great; vīryaḥ — whose potency; śālam — a śāla tree; udyamya — lifting up; pāṇinā — with his hand; abhyetya — approaching; tarasā — swiftly; tena — with it; balam — Lord Balarāma; mūrdhani — on the head; atāḍayat — he struck.
Translation: 
Mighty Dvivida also came forward to do battle. Uprooting a śāla tree with one hand, he rushed toward Balarāma and struck Him on the head with the tree trunk.