A Craig Devoy masterclass has led Tuggeranong Valley to a convincing six-wicket victory over Queanbeyan at Freebody Oval.
Queanbeyan declared earlier in the day in a strong position at 9/307, but up stepped Devoy who smashed 122 off just 100 deliveries opening the batting, his first ever grade century.
"I have played grade cricket for Tuggeranong Valley for 10 years and this is my maiden ton for the club," Devoy said.
"I think a lot of fellow club members have seen potential throughout my career I have had at Tuggeranong Valley.
"I think it is pleasing for a lot of them as well as myself to finally put it down in a game and get that triple figures. I don't think there is any better felling then hitting a hundred in a winning match."
Tuggeranong would go on to chase down Queanbeyan's total in just 55 overs, with Craig's brother Shane also continuing his strong form with the bat, blasting 83 off just 56 balls coming in at number six.
Devoy admitting he can't recall witnessing his brother in better form.
"For a man who has got a lack of sleep with his first child at the moment, sometimes a bit of time away to clear your head and spending a bit of time at the crease is a bit of a safe space," he said.
"It just frees up your game and I don't think he has hit them any better, it is awesome to see at the moment."
And while pleased to bring up the milestone, Devoy further stated he was just stoked with how well the team is performing.
It is just a great environment to be around at Tuggeranong Valley at the moment.Craig Devoy
"I think the best part is chasing down that score and in the number of overs that we did it. Probably the most pleasing thing is the team performance.
"As a team we are getting on like a house on fire and I think it is just a great environment to be around at Tuggeranong Valley at the moment."
Meanwhile, Western District claimed an impressive outright win over North Canberra-Gungahlin.
Blake Dean again starred, this time with the ball, taking figures of 7/53 as Wests knocked them over for 85 runs in the first innings and 169 in the second, as Norths fell 121 short of West's first innings total of 375.
ANU and Ginninderra played out a draw, with Owen Chivers scoring 168 as the Tigers finished 44 runs short of ANU's total with two wickets in hand at the close of play. This was Chivers' maiden century for Ginninderra.
And Eastlake and Weston Creek also drew as neither side was able to take the field at Kingston Oval due to a water leak.