Hambledon second team's 317 for six against Bramshaw on Saturday is not the largest league total ever recorded at Ridge Meadow.
However, it may be the biggest score the Dons have ever recorded in the Hampshire League at their Brook Lane headquarters.
It bettered the 309 for three the second string racked up against Michelmersh back in 2010 - on their way to a 50-run triumph.
However, it was still 10 runs adrift of the 327 for four the first team smashed against St Cross Symondians II in Southern Electric Premier League division three during that same season.
Aussie overseas star - and now Western Australia keeper - Michael Johnson led the way with a stunning 144 that day.
However, the first team were playing in a 50-over game, rather than the Hampshire League's 45-over format.