MELBOURNE: Scott Boland said he was living the dream Sunday after becoming only the second Indigenous man to play Test cricket for Australia. The experienced 32-year-old was called up as injury cover after the second Ashes Test and unexpectedly got the nod for the third match with Jhye Richardson, Michael Neser and Josh Hazlewood either not fit or being rested. He made the most of the opportunity on home turf at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, overcoming early nerves to take 1-48 as Australia skittled England for 185 in the first innings. “It means a lot to join a pretty small club and hopefully it’s just the start for the Indigenous community. I just want to be a role model to encourage Indigenous kids to want to play cricket,” he said. “The Indigenous community in AFL (Australian Rules) and rugby is so big and hopefully one day Aboriginals in cricket can be just as big.” Boland, who hails from the Gulidjan tribe in western Victoria state, is the first Indigenous man to play for Australia since Jason Gillespie, who won 71 caps and played his last Test 15 years ago.