Two weeks, two centuries, two wins.
That's the story of Noradjuha-Toolondo captain Matt Combe and his in-form charges.
Combe, 101, reached triple-figures for the third time in four hits to lead his side to an emphatic win over Colts at Horsham City Oval.
He is now leading the Horsham A Grade runs, with 509 runs at an average of 73.
It was an innings of pure destruction, with Combe striking the ball to all parts of the oval, scoring 78 runs from boundaries.
Ben Anson, 69, Justtin Combe, 45, and David Combe, 43, also batted well in the Bullants' mammoth total of 5-279.
Drew Carmody, 3-64, was Colts' most consistent bowler for the afternoon.
In reply, Colts could only manage 102 all out.
Emerging paceman Jordan Huff, 4-29, continued his breakout season and David Combe, 3-17, also had a day to remember.
Horsham Saints edged out Blackheath-Dimboola in a thriller at Dudley Cornell Park.
The Bulls were chasing 181 for victory and needed seven runs off the final over.
Saints youngster Josh Carroll showed the poise of a veteran in bowling a tight six balls and keeping his opponents to five runs.
Conor Lawson, 44, and acting-captain Clint King, 42, both batted well for the home side, while Oliver Young, 2-22 and 54 not out, was Blackheath-Dimboola's best.
Saints paceman Shannon Waterworth finished with a five-wicket haul in just his second A Grade match for 2012-13.
Jung Tigers suffered their second loss in as many matches, going down to top side Homers at Sunnyside.
Veteran Marty Knight took four wickets and scored a half-century but couldn't get the Tigers over the line.
Laharum won on the final ball of the day against Rup-Minyip at Rupanyup.
The Mountain Men were nine wickets down and scampered through for a single off the last ball to chase down the home side's 205.
The reigning premiers may also lose key all-rounder Glenn Morgan, who suffered an achilles injury while fielding.
Due to a system error on the mycricket website, the weekend's scores will not be published.