Cobden's Michael Pegg made his club's first division one century in 11 years on Saturday in a match that finished at midnight.
The Knights recorded a five-run win against Terang in the twilight fixture at Cobden Recreation Reserve.
Pegg's 103 not out off 110 balls was the club's first ton since former player Wayne Walsh got one in 2008.
He said he counted it as one of his best innings.
"This would have to be right up there - a division one century," he said.
Pegg shared an unbeaten 143-run partnership with captain Johno Benallack (76 off 58 balls).
He said his skipper guided him to the ton.
It was about the 40th over when Benallack said to him "you just worry about getting to 100 and I'll do the scoring".
The Knights, who were aiming for 250, were sitting on about 160 at the time and Pegg had about 80 runs.
"If he didn't say that to me, I probably would have chucked my wicket away before getting 100," Pegg said.
The regular opening batsman also trialed the number three spot on Saturday.
He said the secret to his successful innings was letting more balls go and adjusting his batting stance.
Pegg, whose previous best this season was 17, was grateful to his family and his long-time mentor Neil Simmonds.
The century-maker said a big crowd watched the match that went from 5pm to midnight.
Pegg said the match went longer than expected due to both teams scoring more than 250 runs - Cobden made 2-258, Terang 9-253.
He said he supported the twilight fixture but believed a 3.30pm start could work better.
Matthew Hanks took 5-27 with the ball as sixth-ranked Cobden secured its second win of the season.
Noorat is its next opponent.
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