AXE Creek's Brayden Oogjes achieved a career-high when he played for Victoria's All-Abilities cricket team at the weekend.
Oogjes captured 1-9 off nine overs and scored a run in the clash with Harmony In Cricket XI on Fitzroy-Doncaster's turf.
The medium-fast bowler celebrated his first wicket for Victoria when a catch was taken in the gully.
A second-year player at Axe Creek, Oogjes was invited to try-out for Victoria's squad following the Cowboys All-Abilities team playing at Casey Fields.
Organiser of the All Abilities program at Axe Creek, Rob Fisher said Oogjes' selection was a fantastic achievement.
"Brayden caught the eye of selectors in matches at Casey Fields and Croydon.
"He was among 22 players who went to a session in the Billy Lawry nets at the MCG."
After starting this summer in Axe Creek's division one team, Oogjes had to fight back from a broken toe and then played in divisions two or three of the Emu Valley competition.
Fisher said the All Abilities program had 24 participants this season.
Since a come and try day in November, 2012, the All Abilities program at Axe Creek has flourished.
Plans are for the Cowboys to field an All Abilities indoor cricket team.
If you are interested, contact Rob on 0434 300 405.