Jarrod Freeman's return to Tasmanian representation has started outstandingly, taking 5-71 against South Australia.
Playing for a Tasmanian invitational XI full of players not involved with the Big Bash League, the 20-year-old spinner tore through the batting line-up, who were dismissed for 252 despite Jake Lehmann's 130.
Trapping Sam Kerber in front for just six off 32 balls in his third over, he picked up the wicket of Daniel Drew the next ball courtesy of a stunning Alex Doolan slips catch.
Thomas Kelly was next on the list, trapping him in front also to complete the visitors' collapse of 3-2.
He was able to finish the job later on, combining with fellow George Town talent Gabe Bell to collect Luke Robins for a duck before completing his five-wicket haul with the wicket of half-centurion Corey Kelly.
Freeman's main accomplice in the wicket-taking tally was Iain Carlisle, who faced the Greater Northern Raiders on Sunday, with 3-44.
The Tasmanian side, featuring the likes of ex-Northern players Freeman, Bell, Doolan and Alex Pyecroft, finished the day at 2-44, with Doolan and Bell at the crease on 19 and four respectively.
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