A century for Ronnie Jackson and debut wickets for Ben Mason were the stand-out stories for England Men's Learning Disability team as they continued their excellent form in South Africa.
Not too many England Men's Learning Disability players have had a chance to bat in this tri-series, such has been the form of their openers, and the first game of two on Tuesday was a similar story.
While Monday's hero was Dan Bowser, on Tuesday it was time for his partner Ronnie Jackson to pass three figures. His 59-ball 101 contained five sixes, and took England past 200.
Bowser himself was far from sluggish, backing up Monday's century with a breezy 83. The wickets were once again shared around the bowlers as victory number three was secured by 61 runs.
England Men LD 103-1 beat South Africa Men LD 102-6 by nine wickets
England's first win batting second meant it was the bowlers who took the headlines in this game, most notably debutant Ben Mason.
Mason - who was handed his cap before the game by Monday's record centurion Dan Bowser - took two wickets in two balls to end with figures of 2-5 from his four overs.
Bowser and Jackson did what they did to take England towards victory with little alarm, though they did allow No.3 Alfie Pyle enough time to make an unbeaten 18 as they won by nine wickets to make it four wins from four games.