Former Merimbula cricketer Mac Wright has renewed his Rookie Contract with Tasmania for another summer.
The previous Sydney Thunder regional Rookie of the Year said he was enjoying his time with the Tigers.
"It's been great down at Tassie," Mac said in a television interview in Canberra recently. "Being part of a first-class set up has just been awesome for my development."
Picked up by the Tigers as a leg spinner, Mac has continued work on his versatility and played a number of rounds in the Futures League at opener for the Tasmanian outfit.
"I've always viewed myself as more of an all-rounder, but I think I went down there as a spinner," Mac says with a smile.
"But of late, this season has been a bit better for my batting certainly."
His best performance coming in round nine when he knocked 51 against the South Australians.
His place at the club has been locked in for the summer and Mac said he would likely pursue to stay on with the Tasmanian club.
"I'll try re-negotiate something down there because I love being down there, it's a great place to live.
"And it really helps my interests outside of cricket as well with surfing and fishing so I'm in no rush to leave," he said.
Mac said he would focus on making the best of the Futures League in the hopes of making a first grade debut.
"That's always the dream, you just keep chipping away at it," he said.
In other cricketing news, both Cobargo's Jade Allen and Eden's Jemma Pollock have been named in the ACT/NSW Country age outfits.
Jade will line up with the under 18s squad, while Jemma will join the under 15s contingent for the 2019/20 season.
Cricket NSW female talent manager Steve Jenkin said the under 15s were rebuilding, but Jemma was among a fresh crop of players that looked impressive heading into the competition.
"We saw some talented players out at the State Challenge, so we're pretty happy with what they're going to produce," Mr Jenkin said.
The squads provide a base to name teams to contest the national championships.