YOU might have thought Cameron White had done it all in state cricket.
Prolific and seemingly omnipresent, there can't be too many items for the veteran to tick off his domestic bucket list.
There is one fewer empty box now, after his 88 helped steer Victoria, featuring Nowra’s Nic Maddinson, to the JLT Cup title.
After middling form in the round-robin stage, the Vics clicked come the pointy end of the tournament, clinching their sixth domestic one-day title, and first silverware since ditching their Bushrangers nickname of two decades, with a 110-run win over Tasmania at Junction Oval on Wednesday.
It was Victoria's first white-ball title since 2010/11, when they also beat the Tigers in the final. On that occasion Andrew McDonald was Victoria's captain.
These days he is the side's coach. McDonald was filling in back then because White was away with the Australian one-day side at the World Cup.
It meant that for all his achievements, including five Sheffield Shield titles and two gongs as state player of the year, White, 35, had never been a part of a state one-day title winning side.
His measured knock from 96 balls, which ended after he skied a ball from Gurinder Sandhu, was the platform for Victoria's total of 274.
The Vics shared the bowling spoils en route to bowling Tasmania out for 164 in the 41st over.
"Nineteen years it took for that, so it's obviously a nice one to tick off before I finish up," White said.
"I tried to hide it this morning but I was pretty nervous actually. I just wanted to do well, and play well.
"Any time you play well, and get a few runs in a bigger game, in a final I guess, feels good. And when you win it's even better."
After winning the toss and electing to bat on a cool Melbourne day, the Vics progressed to 1/171 in the 33rd over with White, fellow opener Marcus Harris (45) and Travis Dean (35) all made important contributions.
However despite handy innings from captain Peter Handscomb (49 from 45 balls), who went one run short of a fifth consecutive half-century, and Matt Short (37 from 34), the Vics couldn't quite go on with the job, collapsing to lose 9/103, including Glenn Maxwell for nine.
Paceman Sandhu took four wickets in the final over of the innings, including a hat-trick with the last three balls of the innings, to end with 7/56, the fourth-best figures in Australian domestic one-day history.
Tasmania had crept to 1/67, but after the resurgent Fawad Ahmed removed danger-man Ben McDermott for 34, the Tigers collapsed, losing 9/97.
Alex Doolan top-scored for Tasmania with 46, while Fawad, Andrew Fekete, Jackson Coleman and Chris Tremain each took two wickets.
Handscomb was named player of the match after taking four catches to go with his runs, while McDermott won player of the tournament honours for his 427 runs.
White's 332 runs earned him equal-fourth place in player of the tournament voting, but at his age, and without a contract for next season, he knows his position in Victoria's XI remains perilious.
White suggested he was only a "50-50" chance to be in the Vics' side for their shield opener against Western Australia next week, with youngster Will Pucovski having pressed his case in the Futures League this week.