Miles Hemann-Petersen sent five batters back to the sheds and then insisted it was no big deal.
For the first time in A-grade cricket, East Albury's wicketkeeper claimed three stumpings and took two catches in one innings as the Crows beat Belvoir by six wickets.
But for the 17-year-old, who's already played 69 games in the top level of provincial cricket, it was simply a case of doing his job.
"Anybody can do it," Hemann-Petersen said.
"It's not like a bowler getting five-fer. I just got lucky and took my opportunities.
"I worked a lot through the winter, especially up to the stumps because there's so much happening all the time.
"You're trying to concentrate and focus on the ball, instead of watching the batter all the time, which is hard.
"I just try to keep my head as still as possible and track the ball all the way into my gloves."
Hemann-Petersen is proving a dual-threat for the Crows this season, having scored 143 runs including 25 not out against Belvoir followed later that day by 34 en route to victory over New City.
Batting up the order at four in both games, he's now second only to Matt Tom in the East Albury run charts.
"I've probably taken my opportunities this year," Hemann-Petersen said.
"I've got to bat a little bit higher but I reckon 50 overs will suit my game, with more time to bat, especially if I'm getting starts every week.
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"There's not as much pressure to score quickly.
"I don't like the T20s. If you're batting second, you're four behind early and you don't make any runs in the powerplay, you're behind the eight ball straight away."
East Albury, fifth on the ladder, take on leaders North Albury at Alexandra Park from 11:30am as the provincial competition switches to one-day mode.
"I'm pretty keen for this week," Hemann-Petersen said. "I feel like we're up there with the top three teams.
"We only just lost to North Albury in the T20 and we were pretty rusty that day.
"But they bat all the way down to 11 and they've got probably the best bowlers in the league so we'll need to take all our chances."
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