Bournemouth student Bradley Currie made a sparkling debut for Sussex in cricket's County Championship, taking six wickets against Middlesex at Lords.
The SportBU scholar and fast bowler has signed an initial one-month contract for Sussex and was selected to play for the county side straight away at the home of cricket on 19th July.
After taking four wickets in the morning session, including that of former England opener Sam Robson and England Lions batter Steve Eskinazi, Bradley took two further wickets later in the day to end Middlesex's innings and complete a stunning debut.
After the match, Bradley said: "we batted first and I shared a last wicket partnership with Indian test batter Cheteshwar Pujara, undoubtedly one of the best batters in the world. The morning of day three was my time to shine, I took four wickets in the first hour of play and then took two more in the evening session to complete my maiden six wicket haul - which included 4 players that have played test match cricket and the other 2 have both represented the England Lions team.
"To do this in my debut was obviously a dream come true and to do it at Lords made it that even more special."
Sussex's next county match will be against Nottinghamshire on 26th July at Trent Bridge. After his performance last week, Bradley will be hoping to be selected again to play at another England test match ground.