Accrington rewrote the Lancashire League record books with colossal display of hitting at Rawtenstall on Sunday.
Professional Ashar Zaidi clubbed 174 from only 102 deliveries, out off the last ball of the innings, while Graham Lloyd (pictured), making an emotional return to cricket following the recent death of his wife Sharon, hit a brilliant 60-ball 112.
The pair added 247, another league record, for the fifth wicket as Accrington ended on 386 for six, the highest total in league history.
Captain James Hayhurst, whose side jointly top the table with champions Ramsbottom, said: "Graham needed a little time with his family but it just shows the character of the man that he can walk back into the dressing room, pick up a bat for the first time since last season and after just a few throw-downs warming up, play like that.
"Ashar was fantastic in both games, more patient on Saturday but he had license to play his more natural game on Sunday. While Rawtenstall is a small ground the score wouldn’t have been much less on any ground, sixes were flying over houses and into the side of the mill!"
The duo stroked 30 boundaries and 17 sixes between them.
Zaidi then took four wickets with his slow left-arm as Rawtenstall were dismissed for 233.
Church took the bragging rights in the season’s first Hyndburn derby with a comfortable victory over Enfield at Dill Hall Lane.
Craig Fergusson’s men completed a maximum 24-point haul for the weekend by bowling an out-of sorts home side out for just 114 before cruising home by nine wickets.
Only a doughty 36 down the order by Joe Wrigley helped Enfield limp past 100 as Levi Wolfenden claimed four for 27 and Andrew Bentley three for 16.
Teenager Wolfenden followed his not out century on Saturday with an unbeaten 36 as professional Saeed Anwar Jr raced through the gears to hit 71 not out off 50 deliveries.
Fergusson said: "The test for Levi as an opener was whether he could be patient enough but his innings on Saturday was chanceless and again on Sunday he showed great responsibility.
"He has all the shots but he just got his head down sensibly as the pro was taking the lead.