Luckett batsman Andrew Brenton is the new all-time leading scorer in Cornish cricket with an incredible 311-run haul in only 40 overs.
Brenton’s tally included 53 boundaries and 11 sixes, and helped set another Cornish record as Luckett reached 513-5 from 48 overs against Tideford.
Number three in the batting order, the self-employed builder crafted a 468 partnership with opener Jack Sleep, who earned himself a century with a total of 143.
Brenton eventually went in the 44th over courtesy of bowler Nick Pooley, who also dismissed Sleep.
Luckett went on the win the match at Chapel Field – surprise surprise – by 313 runs with Tideford managing just 210-6 in response.
Brenton shied away from interview requests about his remarkable innings, but club official Ian Roberts heaped praise on him.
"Andrew's a really down-to-earth guy - we had to drag him out to pose for the photo next to the scoreboard," Roberts told BBC South West.
"He's just a very good cricketer and I'm sure he could play at a higher level and get paid for his troubles but he just wants to play with his mates at Luckett - that's Andrew all over.
"He's a talented all-round sportsman, he's a great goalkeeper as well!"