He's been playing the game for only four years.
Now, he's been called up to the big leagues at just 14.
Debuting as a first grade player, Moss Vale Cricket Club's, Darcy Kent was not only the youngest player on the pitch, he debuted alongside his dad David Kent who was the elder statesman of the team.
David said it was a proud moment to watch his son play against excellent competition at such a young age.
"I was the oldest player on the pitch and Darcy was the youngest," David said.
"First grade cricket is a very decent standard of cricket and to see him out there at 14, it was really exciting."
Originally Darcy wasn't interested in playing cricket. Different versions of cricket had put him off the game, but when approached to play the game traditionally, he was hooked.
"My dad got me into the game, but I didn't really want to play it," Darcy said.
"I didn't like the kid version of cricket with plastic bats and balls.
"For a year and half I was really put off of the game.
"Then I played a proper match and loved it. I was going with dad to the nets all the time after that. Now I really like it."
With the game running through his blood, David loves that his son plays cricket and is still astounded by the progression of his game in such a short amount of time.
"It's great that he's enjoying the game and that I never pushed him into playing," David said.
"I used to run Moss Vale Cricket Club along with playing for firsts and coaching.
"For years I had cricket bats laying around the house and he just wasn't interested. He played some T20 cricket, but didn't like it.
"He's now into his fourth season and has also been picked for Oxley College's first grade side. The only year eight kid to do so.
"He's come a long way in four years. It's pretty amazing."
Playing alongside his dad in his first grade debut, it was an eye opening experience to the level of talent on show for Darcy. But now he's had a taste of it, he'll be back for more and looking to continually improve.
"It was great to play alongside older players who have a lot of talent," Darcy said.
"It was a learning experience. I got caught out off an phenomenal catch, I really wasn't expecting the fieldsmen to make the catch. But, that's the level of talent.
"I'll be back playing for Moss Vale's firsts soon, but when my school's first team kicks back into gear, I'll be focused on that.
"If I ever get the chance to play professionally, I'm definitely going to take that chance."
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