Laura Delany's sensational all-round performance had the statisticians trawling the record books after she scored a century and took eight wickets to lead Leinster to victory over Phoenix in the Pilkington Cup.
The Irish skipper in in stunning form having made a century three days previously too. Her 112 came off 93 balls, with 15 boundaries.
She shared stands of 72 with skipper Jenny Sparrow (26) and 81 with Maria Kerrison (27) as they posted 216 - four wickets for Georgina Dempsey.
Laura Delany; Pic Rob O'Connor
With the ball her analysis was a quite incredible 6.3-3-12-8 as Phoenix were bowled out for 166.
Well done Laura and that augurs well for the start of The Netherlands series next week.
In the other games Malahide surprised YMCA with a ten wicket win as Amy Hunter and Anna Kerrison shared a century stand chasing 110.
Kerrison had earlier taken four wickets and Isabel McCormack three - Gaby Lewis top scoring with 35.
Half centuries for Mary Waldron and Orla Prendergast ensured Pembroke chased 199 to beat Clontarf by six wickets - four wickets earlier for Anna Beale, plus three apiece for Prendergast and Hannah Little.
Merrion beat The Hills by ten wickets as Isabel Light took five wickets for just six runs, while Rachel Delaney claimed 3 for 15 as The Hills made 71 - 30 for Jane Maguire.
Delaney hit eight boundaries in an unbeaten 49 in the chase, sharing a stand of 73 with fellow international Celeste Raack (21*).