South Launceston Knight James Lee has found little trouble in acclimatising to England's challenging cricketing conditions.
The talented top-order batsman, who represented Greater Northern Raiders on one occasion this season, has starred since his flight to the United Kingdom, scoring an unbeaten century and half-century in separate matches for his newly-adopted side to guide them to wins.
Representing Elland Cricket Club in Huddersfield Cricket League's second-tier competition - known as the Jedi Championship, Lee made the decision to skip the NTFA football season with Old Scotch and venture to the UK to further his cricketing career.
Lee enjoyed a respectable 2018/19 season back home for South Launceston, showing his strength by scoring 251 runs at 25.1 and claiming two wickets in first grade competition, including consecutive half-centuries in the Greater Northern Cup.
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