It was 763 days between Luke Ohrynowsky's second and third century for Fairfield Liverpool.
His fourth first grade ton came only seven days later to help the Lions to their second win of the year against Sutherland on Saturday at Glenn McGrath Oval.
The former Westfields Sports High School student hit 136 not out as the Lions chased the hosts' total of 8-276 with one ball remaining.
Ohrynowsky, who hit 103 last week, hit 10 boundaries and three sixes in a perfectly timed innings as the visitors reached the target for the loss of seven wickets for their second win in the last three starts. The top four of Ohrynowsky, Arjun Nair (24), Matt Critchley (32) and Param Uppal (46) combined to reel in the total after losing the toss and bowling first.
Earlier, the Lions did well to restrict Sutherland after a 157-run partnership between Jack Leaning and Jarryd Biviano. Nair (3-79), Critchley (2-45) and Liam Hatcher (2-53) were the wicket-takers.