Cameron Bancroft scored his first fifty since his ball-tampering ban elapsed to help Perth Scorchers to victory in the Big Bash.
Bancroft, whose nine-month suspension ended in December, hit 59 from 42 balls as Scorchers beat Melbourne Stars by six-wickets after topping their 146-6 with 14 balls remaining at the MCG.
The opener is now eligible to play for Australia again but was overlooked for the two-Test series at home to Sri Lanka which starts on January 24.
Bancroft has played eight Tests for Australia, scoring three fifties with a best of 82 not out against England during the 2017/18 Ashes.
The 26-year-old was banned by Cricket Australia in March after he was caught trying to use sandpaper to alter the ball in the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town.
Steve Smith and David Warner were hit with year-long suspensions for their roles in the ball-tampering affair, with Bancroft later saying the plot was devised by Warner.
Bancroft returned to cricket with scores of two, 19 and 24 for Scorchers against Hobart Hurricanes, Sydney Thunder and Brisbane Heat respectively.
The right-hander's fifty, which contained four fours and two sixes, came in his fourth knock against a Stars attack featuring England's Liam Plunkett.
Plunkett caught and bowled Michael Klinger en route to figures of 1-35 from 3.4 overs, while David Willey took 1-27 for Scorchers, dismissing Stars' top scorer Ben Dunk (62).