Josh Trappel scored 221 and brother Matt made 108 in an incredible 319-run partnership for City United who finished on 7/437 on day one of the Maitland cricket grand final against Kurri Weston at Lorn Park
The brothers came together with the score on 2-6 as Kurri Weston started strongly with wickets to teenage pace duo Isaac Barry and Jack Sylvester.
But it became a two man show after that with Matt finally departing for 108 after being caught off the bowling of Sam Dalibozek.
Josh gave his first chance when he was caught and bowled by Dalibozek after smashing three sixes at the start of the over. The score was 4/357 in the 72nd over.
His innings of 221 included 23 fours, 11 sixes, a broken window in a house across the road from Lorn Park and a broken solar panel on the roof of the Lorn Park Bowling Club.
The City United batsman continued the attack making a further 80 runs in the last eight overs to finishg
Dalibozek finished with 3/70.
Play resumes at Lorn Park on Sunday at 12.30pm.