Knebworth Park old boy Luke Chapman claimed six wickets as he enjoyed a dream first-class debut this week.
Luke, who came through the junior ranks of the club before leaving last season to join Botany Bay, took 6-78 as he played for Cambridge MCCU against Nottinghamshire.
His haul included England all-rounder Samit Patel and Riki Wessels, son of South African/Aussie star Kepler, for first-ball ducks.
The Nottinghamshire side, which featured five players with England experience, including Stuart Broad and Alex Hales, were bowled out for 339 before the Cambridge team was skittled for 123. Luke chipped in with a handy 13 batting at No.9.
Also in the Cambridge team was another Knebworth Park product, opening bat Tom Colverd, who made 12 in the MCCU first innings.
Tom, who comes from Datchworth, played as a junior a few years ago before joining Radlett. He played a couple of first-class fixtures last year, including for Cambridge University in the varsity match.
Luke is the second spinner from the club in recent years to play at first-class level, following Tom Hemmingway, who appeared for Cambridge University.
The full scorecard for the game can be seen here.