When South Launceston's Sean Harris finally gets out, he'll have a tidy average.
Plundering 73 not out in his first outing of the season against Launceston, Harris belted five sixes in a run-a-ball 130 in last weekend's win over Burnie.
The knock saw him land equal player-of-the-round honours with Dane Anderson and continued a year of exceptional form.
The former Knights skipper hit scores of 106, 97 and 75 last season to finish fourth in the batting tables and will record another top-five finish should he keep it up.
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"The thing with Harry is he's always learning about the game," South captain Tom Waller said.
"He's obviously a very talented sportsman - he's a very good golfer and a very good soccer player and he came to cricket quite late.
"He focused a lot from his early 20s through to 27, 28 on his golf and then he only took cricket up closer to his 30s so he's probably a bit of a late developer in that space.
"I think he's really enjoying his cricket and he's great to have around the club and great for our juniors, he's a really good club man."
A teacher and cricket program co-ordinator at Launceston College, Harris' 2018-19 campaign was headlined by a one-off Greater Northern Raiders appearance where he clubbed a career-high 173 in a one-dayer against North Hobart.
"His strengths are that he's really good with his eye and that innings to go down there against some really first class bowlers ... I think Alex Pyecroft was playing that day," Waller said.
"He's taken some confidence from that but I think he's really just playing to his strengths and that's his general ball striking."
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