Angus Huard is the first Shoalhaven District Cricket Association player to hit a century this season.
The North Nowra Cambewarra batsman made 120 runs against Berry Shoalhaven Heads on Saturday at Ray Abood Village Green in what was a class fourth grade effort.
He hit 21 boundaries and two sixes in a knock which helped Norths post a massive 8/303.
Glenn Tyson 60 runs, with seven boundaries and two sixes, and Blake Dixon 32 runs, with four boundaries, also joined in the run feast.
Alec Dobson took three wickets for Berry in what proved to be a long day in the field.
Day two starts next Saturday.
Ulladulla United v Bomaderry
A tradesman like effort from its top order has Ulladulla United well placed at stumps on day one of its two day match against Bomaderry.
United had many contributors to its 209 run total which will take some chasing.
Darren Smith 57 runs with 10 boundaries and Troy Nightingale 55 runs with 12 fours led they way, while Andrew Robertson and Ryan Geerlings each made 26 runs.
Garry Evans getting a five wicket haul was the highlight in the field for Bomaderry.
Bomaderry started its run chase and at stumps had reached 0/21.
Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen v Bay and Basin
Things look grim for Bay and Basin against Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen at Lyrebird Sport Park as an outright loss looms.
Basin made only 36 runs in its first innings and Exservos made match winning 168 runs.
Dan Woods 12 runs and Danny Stubbs 10 runs were the only batsmen for the Basin to reach double figures.
Vincent Morris produced a great bowling spell for Exservos with a six wicket haul.
John Guscott 42 runs with seven boundaries, Robert Jaeger 25 runs with four boundaries, that man Morris 24 runs with three boundaries and Alec Cooper 23 runs with three boundaries led the way for Exservos.
Things continued to go bad for Basin in its second innings and at stumps they were 4/13.