He was up, up and away in his first knock for the village club’s second team, cruising to an altitude of 110 not out in a May Day friendly with Burridge thirds.
Then, in his Division 6 Central debut, Park jetted to 153 not out against the Southampton Travellers II attack, helping Twyford win by 27 runs.
Park’s individual score came out of a Twford total of 176-8 – his team-mates running into turbulence and mustering only 17 runs between them, with six others in extras. No one else got double figures.
It was almost by accident that Park landed on the Twyford runway, as the club’s president John Paine explains.
“Cam has been playing for Bedworth in the Warwickshire League. He’s in the area training to be a pilot, with his girlfriend at Southampton university.
“She asked to play with our W10 ladies and he came along and joined in one of our men’s net sessions when we asked him if he wanted to play, which he did – and to great effect !”
The sky could be the limit for Twyford this summer, if Cameron Park continues to fly high …