Sunshine Coast product Nick Selman was part of the Glamorgan outfit that won the Royal London One Day Cup overnight, defeating a Durham line-up including ex-Australian opener Cameron Bancroft.
Selman, a Queensland youth player before opting to seek his cricketing fortunes in the UK, finished as the team's leading runs-scorer with 421 runs at 52.62 with the top order batsman scoring 36 in the Final.
Selman, who played his junior cricket at Maleny and the Glasshouse Mountains before breaking into senior cricket with the Sunshine Coast Scorchers, has been a regular starter in all formats for Glamorgan, where one of his teammates is former WA pace bowler Michael Hogan.
He is one of several players in the County system who gained their start in Queensland Premier Cricket and Youth Cricket pathways before relocating to the UK, with Gold Coast product Sam Hain (Warwickshire) another who has successfully gone the northern route in their cricketing journey.
The one-day title win helped put a brighter light on Selman's season, after being sidelined by COVID-19 at one stage which also forced Labuschagne and Neser into home quarantine for a period as they missed several playing days.
Both Queensland Bulls players hope to return to Glamorgan in the future, while Selman is understood to be weighing up a trip downunder to play Premier Cricket with the Scorchers again if the neccesary arrangements can be made.
Labuschagne (Redlands) and Neser (Gold Coast) are expected to be in action from the first weekend in September when they play in the opening round of the Queensland Premier Cricket competition for their respective clubs as part of a bumper first round of matches for the summer.