Joe Collings-Wells notched his maiden Hambledon century as he inspired a comfortable Southern Electric Premier League division two triumph over Hartley Wintney on Saturday.
The Portsmouth Grammar School youngster notched exactly 100 off 119 balls with 11 fours and a six as the Dons compiled 260 for eight in their 50 overs.
He shared an opening stand of 105 with James Scutt (40) before contributions from skipper Dan Hewitt (35), Indy Chakrabarti (16 not out) and Cameron Prentice (14) helped propel the hosts to a formidable total.
After the break, Hartley Wintney never looked likely to mount a serious challenge.
They slumped to 26 for four in the face of a fine opening spell from Hewitt (three for 30) with only Scott Baldwin's painstaking half-century offering any resistence.
In the end, Prentice wrapped up a 91-run triumph as he returned figures of four for 22 - ensuring the Dons remained unbeaten on home turf this season.
The triumph saw the Dons rise back into second spot in the table behind Rowledge.