Xavier Crone picked up two second innings wickets in Victoria's draw with New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield at the SCG.
After collecting figures of 2-32 off 10 overs in the first innings, Crone finished with 2-71 off 11 overs in the second innings and debut match figures of 4-103.
The Strathfieldsaye product dismissed Kurtis Patterson - caught on the boundary by James Seymour for 112 - and clean bowled Jack Edwards for six for the second time in the match.
The Blues attacked the Victorian bowlers in a bid to force a result on the final day.
They declared their second innings at 7-285 - a lead of 247.
Former Bendigo opener Seymour, who made a golden duck in the first innings, fell cheaply for the second time in the match.
Seymour was given out lbw for four as the Vics defended stoutly and finished 4-91 when stumps were drawn.
Seymour will back-up and play in Wednesday's Marsh Cup one-day match against NSW.
Former Sandhurst spinner Todd Murphy and ex-Bendigo junior Sam Elliott are also in the 12-man squad.
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