Former Wagga cricketer Cameron Suidgeest has enjoyed success at the Australian Country Championships.
Suidgeest was part of the NSW Country team that took out the Twenty20 title with victory over Queensland at Mooroopna on Saturday.
Suidgeest took 1-15 from 3.1 overs as NSW dismissed Queensland for 87. NSW scored 7-112.
Suidgeest took six wickets from four matches in the Twenty20 component of the championships. He also scored 20 runs without being dismissed.
NSW lost their opening one-day fixture against South Australia on Sunday.
NSW continue their campaign with a clash against Victoria at Katandra on Tuesday. They finish the championships with two more games after that.
Suidgeest, a St Michaels junior, spent time in Canberra but now plays with Wodonga in the Cricket Albury-Wodonga competition.