Sri Lankan spinner, Malinda Pushpakumara, claimed all 10 wickets as a possibility in the overwhelming victory of the Colombo Cricket Club over Saracens Sports Club.
The 31-year-old tweaker took 10-37 of 18.4, as the Saracens were skittled for only 113 in Moratuwa to lose by 235 wickets.
The incredible figures of Pushpakumara were the best in a first class match in Sri Lanka.
The left armer also took 6-73 in the first innings and has been in excellent form since participating in two of the Sri Lanka Tests in the loss of the home series against England.
Pushpakumara is the first bowler since the South African Mario Olivier in taking the 10 wicktes in a first class in December 2007.