Rarely does a cricket player bag a hat-trick, so understandably ORC's Tait Borgstahl is enjoying the most of his incredible feat.
Borgstahl, who is a regular Bathurst District Cricket Association second grader for the Tigers, was called upon to play third grade after the team was short of players on Saturday.
And while his team lost by almost 140 runs to Rugby Union at Learmonth Park 4, he was still thrilled with incredible achievement.
"I've always dreamt of getting a hat-trick," he said.
"Every fast bowler has probably been on one, including me. I've been on one heaps and I've never been able to snag one so it was a big relief to watch that ball smash the stumps down and get that hat-trick ball."
Borgstahl's younger brother Cooper received some attention after taking 5-11 in ORC's under 15s-opens season opener last month, so understandably he's excited to one-up his brother.
"It's about my time I had my share of it," he laughed.
"He's let me know about it [he's five-for] over the past few weeks, so it's finally good to give it to him a bit.
"I've already said, 'Speak to me when you get a hat-trick' and that quieten him up a bit. It's just some good brotherly rivalry."
The 17-year-old has been at ORC for five years now and there's no doubt he's enjoyed his time at the club.
"It's a good club, it's always been supportive," he said.
"We're getting plenty of new guys coming through and it should be a cracking club and always has been."
When Borgstahl returns to second grade, he'll be hoping to bring his fine form from third grade into the higher grade.
From his two matches in second grade this year, Borgstahl has taken 1-39 off 13 overs through the first three rounds.
His regular second grade side currently occupies third place after winning one and losing one, with one draw to the club's name after a washout in round two.