Harry Conway will be hoping to make a smooth transition from under-19 cricket to the First-class scene.
His experience for Australia in youth competition should have him in good stead should any opportunities come about with the NSW Blues.
The 20 year old picked up three wickets in the quadrangular tournament featuring New Zealand, India and England last year.
He also claimed 2/25 against Pakistan in a comfortable eight wicket win on the Gold Coast in 2012.
Conway’s greatest achievement was undoubtedly his hat-trick against Nepal at the Under-19 World Cup in Townsville last year.
Spread across two overs, the right-handed paceman ripped through the Nepalese top-order, clean bowling all of his victims.
All three deliveries were identical, with Conway hitting the top of off each time.
Incredibly, the seamer has only had to bat once in his last ten matches for Australia at that level.
Based on his efforts thus far, NSW could be looking at a bowler very much akin to Josh Hazlewood or Trent Copeland, in coming years.