This is how it feels to make history with Sussex Sharks.

Leg-spinner Archie Lenham, who is 16, became the youngest player to take a wicket for any county in the domestic T20 competition.

He made his debut as Sharks won by five wickets at Gloucestershire.

Lenham, the second youngest player in Blast history, looked calm and confident from the start.

His wicket came when he forced Jack Taylor to hole out to long-on, with Delray Rawlins taking the catch.

Lenham leapt for joy as team-mates converged to congratulate him.

Skipper Chris Jordan said: “The way young Archie bowled on debut was great, I thought he bowled very well and I hope it bodes well for him for the future."

CHRIS JORDAN PROUD OF SUSSEX SHARKS AFTER WIN

The surname will be familiar to Sussex followers.

Archie is the son of Neil Lenham and grandson of Les.

He plays his club cricket for Eastbourne.