Identical scores meant identical results as South Launceston batsman Nathan Philip claimed the Cricket North player of the round for the second week running.
Earning the accolade last week for his 111 not out against Burnie, the Knights' wicket-keeper was in an equally destructive mood in the home win against Sheffield, hitting exactly the same score.
While identical in total, the two knocks provided something of a contrast as the first required 20 more deliveries (128 in total) but featured six sixes as opposed to none against the Mountaineers.
Philip found the boundary rope 12 times in the latter match having done so just seven times at West Park.
However, the innings were similar in timespan - taking 125 and 123 minutes respectively.
It is the third time this season that Philip has won the player of the round having also taken it out in the opening round when he was dismissed one run short of a century in the loss to Launceston.
With three not outs among his six innings and 358-run total, Philip has the impressive average of 119.3 for the season and has not been dismissed since round three.
Ulverstone can claim to have dodged a bullet having been the only side to dismiss the middle-order destroyer cheaply, inflicting a second-ball duck in the sides' round-three draw.
Philip's scores thus far have been 99, 22, 0, 15, 111* and 111*.
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