ENFIELD all-rounder Keith Barker impressed on his debut for Warwickshire and will have further trials with the county.
Barker was invited for trials a few weeks ago but his first game was called off because of the rain.
However, he played for the second eleven against Hampshire last week and, coming in at Number six, hit a whopping 118.
Although Warwickshire lost, Barker, a former Blackburn Rovers footballer, has been asked back for further trials.
But they might face a battle for his signature as Lancashire are also keeping an eye on the 21-year-old who played for England Under 15s at cricket before concentrating on football.
Their scouts are believed to have watched Barker play at Dill Hall Lane.
Meanwhile, Enfield have signed a new professional for the second half of the season.
New Zealander Brandon Hiini is returning home following a call up to the Emerging Players tournament and will play his last game mid-June.
Sixth placed Enfield have moved swiftly to snap up Zimbabwe all-rounder Gary Brent for the second half of the season.
"He was recommended to us by Brendan McArdle who knew we were looking for a pro," said captain David Bracewell.
"He has played in the Southampton league for a few years and came over here for a few months this year and has been looking for cricket work so it has worked out well for us.
"We could have relied on different professionals every week but you end up spending all your time on the phone and picking them up.
"Gary played for Zimbabwe when they had a decent side and hopefully he will adapt quickly.
"He may be putting himself in the shop window for next season so hopefully he will play his heart out."