Academy graduate Ollie Robinson hit an unbeaten 89 as Kent beat Hampshire by seven wickets in the Second XI Trophy in Southampton.
The in-form wicketkeeper-batsman took five catches as the hosts were dismissed for 226 before he wrapped up the chase with 14.2 overs to spare.
The 19-year-old opener hit ten fours and three sixes in a fluent innings, following his double hundred at The County Ground, Beckenham last week.
After fit-again Mitch Claydon won the toss and opted to field, Kent made early in-roads as Sevenoaks Vine’s Miles Richardson (2/51) struck with the new ball as the experienced Australian paceman kept it tight at the other end on his return from a hand injury, returning 2/39.
Buckinghamshire seamer Lee Tyrrell took 4/45 and Sandwich Town leg-spinner Jan Gray claimed 1/21 in a tidy six-over spell with useful contributions from triallists Ben Manenti (0/29 off eight overs) and Oli Southon (1/21 in six overs).
In reply, Kent cruised to the target as Robinson saw off the new ball attack including England-capped paceman Reece Topley before attacking Test spinner Mason Crane who took 1/53 in seven overs.
Robinson shared stands of 105 with Manenti (42) and 88 with Scotland international Calum MacLeod (44) before Alex Blake smashed 17 off eight balls to get his eye in ahead of the Royal London One-Day Cup campaign which starts at Sussex on Thursday.