NSW rookie Dan Fallins has had a first class debut to remember against the touring England side.
Playing for a Cricket Australia XI, the 21-year-old leg-spinner claimed a wicket in his first over and five in total on Thursday as England was bowled out on the second day of the day/night match at Adelaide Oval for 293.
Fallins also claimed a wicket in the first over of his list A one-day debut earlier this season playing for the CA XI in the JLT Cup when he bowled Tasmanian Ben Dunk at Hurstville Oval.
Bowling with a pink ball, Fallins took four consecutive English scalps including captain Joe Root for 58 and opening batsman Mark Stoneman for 61 on Wednesday before trapping last man Jimmy Anderson (4) leg before wicket to finish with 5-73 from 22 overs.
Fallins also dismissed England's first-drop James Vince (33) and Jonny Bairstow (nine) on Wednesday, curtailing the English batsmen in their tune-up for the first Test against Australia starting on November 23 in Brisbane.
While Fallins was bowling the tourists slipped from 1-85 to 5-195 on the first day..
With just his fifth ball, the leg-spinner bowled Vince, who missed an attempted sweep shot.
After Root and Stoneman added 70 runs, Stoneman fell to a brilliant one-handed diving catch at midwicket by Jake Carter.
And just before the dinner break, Fallins ruined Root's plans of gaining pink-ball batting experience at night when the skipper top-edged a front-foot swipe and was caught at mid-off.
In the last session, Fallins had Bairstow caught behind.