Lee Baxter is the new record all-time runscorer in the Drakes Huddersfield League.
The popular 40-year-old captain of Broad Oak went to the landmark during his knock of 26 against Honley in the Premiership.
It took him past the mark of Golcar great John Cooper, set between 1968 and 2004 for the Swallow Lane club.
Cooper had 20,141 runs from 786 innings (97 not outs).
Baxter now has 20,156 runs to his name – a magnificent achievement.
Baxter began his career in 1990 and made an excellent start, hitting 323 runs in just eight innings, with one not-out score.
In four successive seasons from 1994 to 1997, he scored more than 1,000 runs each year and he has enjoyed a glorious career and deserves his place among the very best.
The Oak lost by three wickets to Honley, but the result was of little consequence.
Moorlands and Slaithwaite have been relegated from the Drakes Premiership.
Having been promoted just last season, Mirfield side Moorlands have been unable to stay up and went down after being beaten at Elland.
Bottom club Slaithwaite also lost at Hoylandswaine, while Skelmanthorpe saved themselves by becoming only the second side this summer to beat champions Scholes.
Cawthorne confirmed the Jedi Sports Championship title with a three-wicket win at Holmfirth, while Almondbury have been relegated to the Cedar Court Conference following their home defeat by Meltham.
Almondbury Wes gave themselves a chance of staying up with an 18-run win at Meltham.
They must now beat Lascelles Hall at home on Saturday and hope Kirkheaton, the other team who could possibly go down, slip up at home to Almondbury.
In the Conference, Denby are promoted alongside champions Rastrick following a solid win against Upperthong.
At Hullen Edge, Elland posted 172-7 thanks to 65 from Ashton Blakey and 56 from Siraj Sajid – Michael Padgett taking three for 32 – but Moorlands were dismissed for just 120 in reply, meaning they’ll be playing Championship cricket again next summer.
Slaithwaite knew they would have their work cut out when Hoylandswaine set them a target of 228 in which SP Singh smashed 77, even though Chris Kilner picked up four for 39 and Dan Hill three for 60.
Matt Bremner replied with 54 for the Hill Top men, but Kesrick Williams and Javed Iqbal took three wickets apiece to leave Slaithwaite stranded on 130 all out.
Skipper James Crossland did the trick for Skelmanthorpe at Chapelgate, taking a fine five for 20 to rumble the champions for just 88 in reply to a very workmanlike 208-9.
Skelmanthorpe applied themselves far better than the hosts, with Khan hitting 63 and former Scholes player Richard Wimpenny a half century.
Tom Brook and Louis Brook shared seven wickets, but Scholes never got going with the bat and only Toby Booth with 30 emerged with much credit.
Greg Buckley continued his fine form in the top flight with 138 in their victory over Barkisland. His effort came in a total of 330-7 – Chris Laker hitting 55 – before Buckley took three for 97 to help dismiss the visitors for 274-7.
Imran Siddiq was the star performer in the Championship, taking eight for 32 as Lascelles Hall were dismissed for just 68, en route to a 10-wicket win.