Langer, Hayden, Ponting, Litchfield, Lara.
A batting order no-one would have thought possible in their wildest dreams, let alone the dreams of Phoebe Litchfield.
The 16-year-old was in the company of some of the finest cricketers the world stage has seen on Sunday when the Kinross Wolaroi student lined up in the Bushfire Charity Bash at Junction Oval in Melbourne, and has topped all of them in the metric most important for the day.
All the shirts worn during the game are being sold off to raise money for the appeal, and Litchfield's top currently has the highest bid by a long way.
Someone has bid $5000 on her shirt, with the next best as of 12 noon on Monday being Brian Lara's for just under $2500.
Litchfield, who smoked some cover drives so cleanly commentator Mark Howard thought she was Ricky Ponting, made a handy nine runs with the bat after coming in at number four and batted alongisde both Ricky Ponting and Brian Lara.
And how was batting with two of the greatest batters to ever grace a cricket field?
Litchfield walked out at number four, squeezed in between Ponting and Lara in the batting order and had better than front row seats to watching a glorious Ponting pull shot and some exquisite cover drives from Lara.
"It was spectacular, he made it look very easy," Litchfield said of Lara's cover drives.
"When Ricky retired I thought "bugger" but when I saw Brian Lara coming out to bat I thought 'actually maybe this isn't so bad'."
Lara creamed 30 during his stay at the crease, while Ponting hit 24 from 14 deliveries, with the duo both telling her to enjoy herself.
Litchfield said even 12 hours after the game it hadn't sunk in.
"I'm just sad that it was over so quickly," she said.
Litchfield gave Victorian Fawad Ahmed praise as the hardest bowler to pick, but she didn't have the chance to face 58-year-old West Indian legend Courtney Walsh.
Sachin Tendulkar was the coach of Litchfield's Ponting XI, and after being dismissed in the penultimate over Litchfield sat next to test cricket's highest run-scorer, who had high praise for the Kinross product.
"Sitting next to Sachin afterwards he said 'nice strokeplay, youngster' so that was really nice to hear that from him," Litchfield said.
Litchfield's fundraiser efforts have also baffled her, but it's not her first playing shirt auctioned off for bushfire relief after auctioning off her signed Sydney Thunder top from her first season.
It was raffled off during the Western NSW Junior Cricket Carnivals, an Litchfield said the Orange community "really got around it", with the ticket sales raising $864 for bushfire relief, with the top won by Western's Chloe Stapleton.
"It's pretty weird," she said of Sunday's playing top.
"I'd much rather have a Lara or Tendulkar shirt than a Litchfield one but it's great to be raising money for the bushfires.
"It was a great effort to raise, I think it was $7.7 million, well done to Cricket Australia and everyone involved.
The 16-year-old is back to school on Tuesday after missing much of last week playing in the Women's National Cricket League with the NSW Breakers, but she didn't know what class she had first thing, and is still adjusting to moving between school and cricket.
"It does feel a bit weird, sometimes looking out the window I'll daydream a bit and then have to snap back into it and remember I'm not batting with Brian Lara," she said, laughing.
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