ADAM Tracey blasted nine sixes during his innings of 119, as the Kookas stunned premiers Lake Illawarra during last Saturday's round two South Coast Cricket clash at Oakleigh Park.
Easily beaten by Shellharbour outright in round one, the Kookas chased down the Lakers' 8-192 to post 294.
The Lake side were hurt by the absence of injured skipper Shane Cody and several others.
Tracey enjoyed the short boundaries and sent one ball through the trees and on to Shellharbour Road in a powerhouse batting display.
Batting again, Lake Illawarra reached 3-124, skipper Brendan White hitting four sixes during his knock of 49 not out.
Oak Flats were given a fright before chasing down Kiama's 241 at Keith Grey Oval.
With Michael Arblaster leading the way via a classy 103, supported by Kieran Gray (43), Oak Flats were cruising to victory at 4-210.
However, losing four wickets for 18 runs left them needing 14 for victory with only 10 batsmen on the day.
The last pair, Andy Twyford (11 not out) and Joel Gray (4 not out), guided the Rats home.
Eric Davies snared 3-54, but Kiama missed crucial catches.
The Cavaliers reached 2-17 at stumps in their second dig.
Meanwhile, Shellharbour (203) rolled The Rail for 104 at Tom Willoughby Oval, Billy Hunt taking 5-23.
Hayden Church top-scored with 28, but wickets fell at regular intervals.
After being reduced to 5-7 early, Shellharbour eventually declared at 6-89 in their second innings, led by Todd Cordes's unbeaten 50.
The Rail reached 8-122 by the close of play, Matt Olsson taking three wickets.
Albion Park (288) dismissed Gerringong/Jamberoo for 164 at Keith Grey Oval.
Matt George top-scored for Gerringong with 34.
Rob Monaghan bagged four wickets, while Clint MacKenzie finished with figures of 3-60.