Jordan Winbourne fired in a superb 119 break as Stubbington Hawks continued their bid for the Gosport & Fareham League title.
The 16-year-old potter knocked in the classy century – his third in the league in two seasons – as well as a 43 and 53 in his 2-0 win.
His 119 is the second-highest break in the league in recent years, just behind Pascal Richard’s 129 in the 2005-06 season.
Winbourne’s victory – along with a brace by Steve Street, who knocked in a 44 – saw the Hawks romp to an 8-4 win over Hill Park B.
147 Legends remain top, with Colin Norton making a 62 break and Simon Chapman notching a 32 as the reigning champs beat Mayfair Jesters 8-4.
Carry on Mayfair continued their good start to the season with a 7-5 home win over Stubbington C, with Paul Stracey knocking in a 44.
Newly-promoted HMS Collingwood picked up their first win of the season, beating last year’s division two champions Stoke 155 7-5.
Metrose.com made it three wins out of three, recording a 7-5 success over last year’s division one runners-up 147 D.
Steve Spillett fired a 37 for the Stoke Snooker Club side.
In division two, LWMC Nomads thrashed Stoke Sharks 10-2 to stay top.
147 Debut remain in second place despite going down 8-4 to Mayfair Mixups.
Tim Barnes was on top form for 147, notching breaks of 41 and 39.