Lavington's Jayden Beaumont is rapidly building a reputation as a destructive middle order bat.
In just two innings this season, the 28-year-old has smashed 65 runs from just 39 balls for a strike rate of 166.7.
Of the top 40 run scorers, it's the second highest behind New City's Jaspreet Singh (193.8).
"(Previous coach) Daryl (Tuffey) was all about attacking, I'm better when I'm see ball, hit ball sort of thing," he explained.
"I'll wait until the right ball is there, but if it's there to hit, I'll try and hit it as big as I can and 'Weedo' (new coach Dylan Weeding) has been pretty similar, he just wants me to go out and score as quick as I can."
It's certainly working as the aggressive right-hander blasted 40 from only 23 balls against Wodonga Raiders last Saturday.
He struck four boundaries and a six, so he scored only a single from the other 18 balls, but it's a wonderful weapon when you have the ability to explode, when needed.
The No. 5 combined with Nathan Brown in the Super Over for 10 runs, but Raiders' Jesse Griffiths blasted two sixes for the win.
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Beaumont gave the sport away as a teenager to focus on football, but since returning has split his time between first and second grade, although he played a vital role in last year's top grade premiership with a blistering 34 not out from 25 balls.
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