Kane Williamson was delighted after his century helped the Northern Districts beat the Cape Cobras in the Champions League Twenty20.
Williamson hit an unbeaten 101 and added 140 for the first wicket with Anton Devcich (67) as the New Zealand side posted an imposing 206-5 in Raipur on Friday.
South Africa's Cape Cobras were at 44-2 from 7.2 overs when play stopped due to inclement weather, giving Williamson and his team-mates a 33-run win via the Duckworth-Lewis method.
And Williamson claimed the innings was the best of his Twenty20 career as Northern Districts " who won three qualifiers to reach the tournament proper " continued their excellent form.
"It's nice to contribute like that today," Williamson said.
"We had a bit of luck at the start with balls falling into gaps and it was great batting with Anton.
"I suppose it has to be [my standout T20 innings] and it was nice to bat through.
"[I am] always trying to work on my shots and hit the balls into the gaps and adapting to different conditions.
"It's great to have four wins in a row and play at the same ground and be reasonably familiar with it."
Northern Districts captain Daniel Flynn hailed Williamson's impact.
"[We had] a bit of luck with the weather, we just managed to get the overs in," he said.
"But [it was a] fantastic innings from Kane. It was great to watch."
Cape Cobras skipper Justin Ontong acknowledged Williamson and Devcich's partnership was crucial.
"[It was a] fantastic opening stand and a fantastic innings by Kane," Ontong said.
"[That] put us on the back foot right from the start. It didn't help that we didn't take the half-chances."