SHOALHAVEN Ex-Servicemens' Luke Jones and Sydney Thunder side have cleaned sweep the Hobart Hurricanes to take out the 2019 Indigenous Twenty20 Cup at Orange's Wade Park.
Jones, of the Eora mob, and his side opened the three-game series with a six-wicket win (4/141 to 7/136) - with the Ex-Servos speedster finishing with 0/26 from his three overs.
In game two, a super over was needed to separate the sides, as the Thunder prevailed 9/168 and 0/18 to 2/168 and 1/6.
Jones' Thunder completed the sweep in game three, downing their rivals 5/166 to 8/145 - to claim the trophy.
"It means a lot to be able to represent my family and claim a clean sweep against a tough Hobart outfit," Jones, who, along with brother Nate, helped the Thunder win in Tasmania last year, said.
"Pulling on this jersey, to represent my mob and culture, is very special and something I don't take for granted.
"Personally, I thought I played okay and there are positives to take from my performance, but I know there's a lot of work for me to do - especially if I want to consistently play at a level I know I'm capable of."