Keith Bell is used to being in the shadow of a famous older brother, but he's making a determined effort to step out of it.
The young Coventry batsman, better known as the younger brother of Ian, one of England's Ashes winners, collected his second Birmingham Midshires League man of the match award in successive Saturdays.
On a day when the weather had the final say in 14 of the 24 matches in the top four divisions and every match was rain-affected, Bell's latest effort was particularly impressive.
The second of his successive half-centuries helped Coventry beat Old Hill to ensure their first win of the season.
Freddie Eburah had taken four wickets to help dismiss Old Hill for only 120 at Haden Park Road but LaeqUr-Rehmann then struck back with two quick scalps, Vikram Sodhi was run out and the Coventry reply would have wilted but for Bell.
But the young Staffordshire batsman stayed all the way through, topping last Saturday's 63 against Kenil-worth Wardens by keeping his cool as the wickets continued to fall all around him to hit an unbeaten 70.
Sodhi and Eburah were the only other Coventry batsmen to reach double figures as Bell saw his side home to a dramatic two-wicket win that will have restored spirits after last weekend's rain-affected draw at home to Kenilworth.
After that winning draw at Coventry a week earlier, the Wardens went one better by racing to a four-wicket victory at home to Walsall that earned them second place in the table.
Paul Baker scored 38 as all the Walsall batsmen got starts but failed to build on them in setting a target of 184 for five from their 47 overs.
With man-of-the-match Richard Bush scoring 79, the Wardens got home with time to spare, although they did lose six wickets.
The day's other top-flight winners were Himley, who continued Wellington's poor start to the season.
After being bowled out for only 96 the previous week, Wellington did at least make three figures this time, reaching 102, with the damage being done by their two sons of Worcestershire, New Road old boy Stuart Lampitt (four for 21 from 13 overs) and Stuart Wedge (three for 30).
But, thanks to an unbeaten 65 by their now domiciled former overseas professional Cameron Fox, Himley reached their target in comfort for the loss of only two wickets, to send the 2003 and 2004 champions to the bottom of the league.
That means seven of the 12 teams have won one match. The closest to maintaining their 100 per cent sequence were West Bromwich Dartmouth, who claimed 12 points from their winning draw at title rivals Knowle & Dorridge to establish an early lead.
Warwickshire youngster Naqaash Tahir and Naheem Saijad each took three wickets in K&D's 163, of which Dan Dalton scored 56.
After rain intervened, winter signing Chris Boroughs scored an unbeaten 38, supported by Huw Jones (34), as Dartmouth reached their reduced target with six wickets in hand.
The day's other two matches, at Barnt Green and Moseley, were the worst affected.
Richard Wilkinson was well set on 52 while new signing Gavin Shephard scored 30 when the rain came at Cherry Hill Road, with Barnt Green 144 for five after 42 of their scheduled 55 overs against Kidderminster Victoria. At Streetsbrook Road, Moseley, the home side reached 95 for two off 29 overs against promoted Shrewsbury.