Mickey Edwards' big summer has hit another level after being named to make his Sheffield Shield debut for New South Wales against Western Australia at the WACA.
The 23-year-old paceman became a cult hero when he appeared as a substitute fielder in Australia's Test against Pakistan at the SCG.
The Manly-Warringah product has since broken into the Blues' one-day cup side, playing four games in the tournament earlier this summer, and he made his Big Bash debut for the Sydney Sixers last month.
A right-arm fast-medium bowler, Edwards' long blond locks and lanky frame stole the show in January 2017 but he was always tagged as a player to watch.
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He will have to wait to get his first crack at the red ball, however.
NSW won the toss and elected to bat in the four-day match beginning on Thursday afternoon.
NSW XI: Larkin, Hughes, Patterson, Henriques, Cowan, Nevill (wicketkeeper, captain), Copeland, Sandhu, Stobo, Lyon, Edwards, Maddinson (12th man).