Hitting your maiden double ton for your club is a moment to savour for any cricketer.
But for Queanbeyan skipper Mark Solway, the memory was made even sweeter as ACT legend and dad Peter looked on, having walked over from his third-grade game.
While far from breaking his old man's record score of 339, the Queanbeyan captain was nonetheless stoked to bring up such a milestone and lead his side to a comfortable 204-run win over Eastlake.
"It was nice [to bring up the double century], but 339 looks a long way away from 200 to be honest. I think I was lucky enough to get to 200, I don't think that one is on the cards [Peter's 339]," Solway laughed.
"It was good to have a good milestone like that, a double hundred, my first one. Dad was actually on the boundary there watching as well, he had his third-grade game on the other side, it was good.
"We spoke briefly, I crossed paths with him when he was on his way back out to his game, he basically just said congratulations."
Mark's brother Dean would also bring up 93 opening the batting for Queanbeyan, as they claimed their first win of the Douglas Cup. Peter would also finish the day on 95 not out in his fixture.
"He batted really well [Dean], I think we have put on 100 a couple of times. But yeah, I think we ended up putting on 182, it was good to spend that time in the middle with him, I enjoyed it a lot," Solway said.
"It was a bit of a high feeling to get my 100, I have hit a couple. [However] it would have been nice to get one with Deano there [in the middle], obviously him getting out on 93.
"Probably don't get too many chances to ton up with your brother, it was a bit of a bummer he got out, anyway."
Queanbeyan's bowlers would back up their skipper's effort, rolling Eastlake over for 90 in just 33 overs.
Esam Rahman led the charge with 4-29 and was supported by fellow opener Tyler Van Luin who took 3-50.
"We obviously picked him [Rahan] up this year from Norths," Solway said.
"He's fitting in really well with the boys, he's definitely a handy addition and he is bowling really well at the moment.
"I think Tyler has found his strides a bit today as well, he probably has been off a bit off recently, but he definitely backed up and bowled well with Esam, it was a good partnership."
Meanwhile, Weston Creek Molonglo have claimed a huge first innings win over North Canberra Gungahlin.
Creek set Norths a mammoth total of 387 to chase and bowled out their opponents for just 112 in the first innings, with Aidan Cowie and Blake Faunce both taking three wickets a piece.
The hosts would send the visitors back in chasing the outright win, however a defiant 80 from Luke Whatmough batting at number eight for Norths saw Creek just miss out on the outright, as Norths finished on 8-192.