NSW Blues batsman Nick Larkin has continued his stunning form posting a century for ACT/NSW Country on day one of their Toyota Futures League match with Tasmania at Phillip Oval in Canberra on Monday.
Larkin made 102 from 192 balls including 10 fours and one six before he was dismissed by seamer Gabe Bell.
He has now scored 307 runs at an average of over 150 from two innings in the Futures League this season to go along with 494 Sheffield Shield runs, which includes a highest First Class score of 175.
ACT/NSW Country finished the day 5/267 with Tom Engelbrecht (19 not out) and Hayden Kerr (41 not out) the unbeaten batsmen.
Earlier, a number of players got starts for ACT/NSW Country but were unable to convert.
Emerging Blues batsman Jason Sangha made 24 before he was dismissed by Bell, while Blake Macdonald made 35 before he departed to the spin of Jarrod Freedman.
Freeman was the pick of the bowlers for Tasmania taking 2-32 from 16 overs.
Bell also took two wickets for the hosts and returned figures of 2-54 from 22 overs.
Sam Rainbird was the other wicket taker for Tasmania and finished the day with figures of 1-58 from 21 overs.