Liam Bowe made a successful return to the Big Bash League on Saturday night.
The former Sandhurst spinner took one wicket on debut for the Sydney Thunder in their win over the Hobart Hurricanes.
Bowe, who previously played nine games in the BBL for the Melbourne Stars, was called up by the Thunder mid-season and he didn't let his new club down.
He finished with figures of 1-20 off three overs, including the wicket of Hobart opener Caleb Jewell.
Jewell tried to belt a full toss for six, but only managed to pick out Ajun Nair at short fine-leg.
The Hurricanes made 6-162, with the Thunder chasing down the score in the final over for the loss of six wickets.
Bowe was the most economical Thunder bowler and should keep his spot for Wednesday's game against the Melbourne Renegades.
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