Derbyshire captain Chris Rogers made history as his side kicked off their LV County Championship season with an impressive 208-run victory over Surrey at the Brit Oval.
Australian Rogers became the first man to score single and double hundreds for the county in the same game having resumed on 99 not out.
The left-hander duly got the single he needed to enter the record books and had reached 140 when he decided to declare with the score on 274 for six.
Set 374 to win from 76 overs, Surrey were soon in early trouble. They lost Mark Ramprakash for an eight-ball duck as they slipped to 67 for five.
Stephen Davies did his best to steady the ship with 56 before falling at the start of the afternoon session, one of two victims for seamer Mark Foottit.
A patient 21 from Stuart Meaker gave Surrey hope of surviving but Robin Peterson spun his way through the tail, finishing with three for 32 to make it a miserable first match in charge for home captain Rory Hamilton-Brown.
Derbyshire captain Chris Rogers heads into the final day of their Division Two match against Surrey needing just one more run to become their first batsman to score single and double hundreds in the same game.
Having made a sublime first innings double hundred, the Australian left-hander hit 13 fours in 126 balls on Sunday afternoon as he moved on to 99 - Derbyshire themselves making 161-3 to build a lead of 260.
Despite losing Wayne Madsen (15), Paul Borrington (12) and Garry Park (19), Rogers remained completely unruffled in putting a naive Surrey attack to the sword at the Oval.
Earlier, Surrey's Mark Ramprakash converted his overnight score of 63 into the 109th first-class hundred of his career - the former England man playing diligently before falling to Mark Footitt.
He and sixth-wicket partner Gareth Batty (65) pushed Surrey well past the follow-on figure of 302 but once the latter departed, their hopes of matching Derbyshire's first innings 451 were gone.
Greg Smith claimed three wickets for just four runs on Saturday as Derbyshire edged ahead of Surrey in their LV= County Championship match at the Oval.
With the visitors having made 451 all out, Surrey slumped to 74-4 as Smith removed openers Arun Harinath (16) and Matt Spriegel (27), as well number four Usman Afzaal (4), before new captain Rory Hamilton-Brown (9) fell lbw to a Tim Groenewald off-cutter.
However, Mark Ramprakash and new signing Steve Davies then produced a battling fifth-wicket stand of 109 in 23 overs, the pair seeing off the new ball before going on the counterattack.
Their partnership ended three overs from the close though when Davies (51) snicked a Robin Peterson delivery to Wayne Madsen at slip.
Gareth Batty joined the unbeaten Ramprakash (63 not out) as Surrey reached the close on 185-5 - still well short of avoiding the follow-on.
Earlier, Derbyshire captain Chris Rogers completed a 322-ball double century - the Australian left-hander hitting 27 fours for his third double hundred in four matches for the county.
With Batty eventually accounting for Rogers, Andre Nel dispatched Graham Wagg (37) and Groenewald (5) before Mark Footitt (30) and Lee Goddard (33 not out) put on a 10th-wicket stand of 51.
Derbyshire captain Chris Rogers hit the first century of the LV County Championship season after choosing to bat first against Surrey at the Oval.
Rogers, the only skipper to bat first among the opening day's six fixtures, led his side to a score of 306-5 at stumps.
The Australian left-hander, who scored over 2,000 runs in all competitions last season, shared stands worth 54 with Paul Borrington (21) and 128 alongside Greg Smith (66) for the second and fourth wickets respectively.
Rogers enjoyed one life, dropped at backward point by Stuart Meaker off Andre Nel (0-60) on 46, but was thereafter made serene progress to reach the close unbeaten on 178 from 282 balls, including 25 fours.
New Surrey captain Rory Hamilton-Brown rotated his bowling attack with limited success, off-spinner Gareth Batty - starting his second spell at the county - was the most effective with 2-66 from 24 overs.