ANDY Parkinson (pictured) crashed his second century of the season to help Almondsbury open their account in Division One of the Bristol & District League, blitzing Keynsham 2nds by 206 runs.
The opener thumped an unbeaten 151 from 121 balls (20 fours, three sixes) as his side piled up 336-4 before Keynsham were skittled for 130.
Chetram Persaud led the charge (4-17 from nine), supported by Garth Jackson (3-12 from 4.3) and Parkinson (2-40).
At the other end of the table, Dafydd Nicholas (48 not) and Sam Cooper (42 not) guided high-flying Coalpit Heath to a nine-wicket home win against Bradley Stoke.
Bristol YMCA, who had not won in the league since July last year, held off Winterbourne 2nds by 26 runs, Simon Hygate (60), opener Martin Jones (56) plus Daaryoush Ahmed and skipper John Colley (both 48) all contributing with the bat.
In the Senior Division, Frenchay made it four wins from four outings with captain Mike Donaldson blasting his second unbeaten century of the summer, this time stroking 186 away to Bristol West Indian Phoenix.
The left-handed opener hit 26 fours and four sixes as his side reached 270-3, Reece Bevan unbeaten on 38.
BWIP then came close to a first win of the summer thanks mainly to opener Nicky Clark (133) and James Pearson before Bermudan international Chare Smith struck with figures of 4-58 to ensure a 13-run triumph for Frenchay.
Twyford House moved up to third with a one-wicket home win against Hambrook.
Curtis Blakemore (4-16 from nine) restricted the South Gloucestershire club to 178 who then took charge as they reduced Twyford to 82-7.
But just as the game was slipping away, No 9 James Norris (56) and Jonny Weber (34) turned the game around, Josh Sutton contributing an unbeaten 17 as his side nipped in with three balls remaining to foil Richard Dyer (4-30) and Pete Davis (2-28, both from nine).
Downend 2nds bounced back from a heavy defeat against Frenchay with a nine-wicket victory against Portishead, openers Ben Ford (113 not) and Chris Binnie (85) taking their side to their target of 259 in only 26 overs.
Division Two pacesetters Bristol Pakistanis were 134-run home winners against Bishopston 2nds, Adnan Cheema (73) and Sajid Mohammad (70) amongst the runs.
And their four from four record is shared by Whitchurch who were one-wicket last-ball victors at Hanham.
Dan Jackson hit 51 as Hanham reached 137 before Whitchurch then denied Ryan Gardiner (2-14) to edge the spoils.
In Division Five, Bristol Civil Service inflicted a first defeat on Abbots Leigh.
Visiting skipper James Holdsworth (4-47) starred as the home side were pegged back to 191-9, Ankit Sharma top scoring with 56.
But Neil Gardiner (5-24) then reduced Leigh to 108 all out, Craig Foreman and Mike Burrows also taking two wickets apiece.
Captain Wayne Grunshaw, meanwhile, was in fine form with ball and bat as he pointed Alveston to a first win of the season, against neighbours Almondsbury 2nds by five wickets.
Grunshaw finished with 6-5 from nine overs as Almondsbury were restricted to 219 in a Division Eight clash, Kyle Hartigan (103) and Guy Long (36) dominating with the bat.
In reply, Alveston made a steady start through openers Matt Roberts (58) and Kevin Swanston (32) before Josh Pearce (34 not) and Grunshaw (42) ensured their side’s run of three successive defeats came to an end.
Alveston remain bottom of the table but are now only two points behind Bristol Pakistanis 2nds who lost a high scoring clash away to Hambrook 2nds by two runs.
Stuart Rutter’s unbeaten 131 took the villagers to 288-6 but the Pakistanis came close to taking the spoils thanks to opener Ganesh Ompalsingh (95).