The 19-year old from the Australian Capital Territory, pictured, had previously scored 154 in the opening County Division 1 game at Andover.
US captain Matt Easton described it as a “batting master-class” - without pointing out that Totton are in total rebuild and paraded a whole host of inexperienced young players in their side.
US piled up 329-4 (Gary Hounsome 65 not out) and then dismissed the Eels for 100, having been 49-7 at one stage.
It was the second week running they had conceded 300-plus runs, Ropley’s batsmen having feasted themselves on day one.
Newly promoted as CD2 champions last season, US are among seven teams to have both their opening games.
Andover II and Bishops Waltham, elevated with them, have lost both of theirs.
In contrast to 2015 when they were relegated with only three Premier Division 3 wins, Alton seconds are ‘two out of two’ after a seven-wicket success against Ropley, who clearly ran into a better standard of bowling at the Jubilee Ground.
Lee Partner celebrated a second consecutive five-wicket haul, taking 5-25 as Ropley were bundled out for 100.
Four-wicket returns by Jamie Mitchell (4-25) and Marcus Jenkins (4-41) routed Andover II for 106 and set Shrewton up for a thumping eight-wicket win.
Shrewton knocked off the runs in the 17th over, with Will Sleeman hitting an unbeaten 56.
Aaron Dean was the star of the show for Purbrook, who trimmed OTs & Romsey by 27 runs at The Heath.
He hit an unbeaten 53 and with skipper Martin Lee (44) pulled Purbrook from 132-6 to 229-6.
Then, when Richard Lake (51) and Ian Woodhall (48) had rebooted OT’s reply, produced figures of 6-23 to win the match.
Hook & Newnham Basics captain Kevin Light scored 94 for the second consecutive week – each time against sides from Fareham’s western wards.
Fresh from almost getting a ton against Burridge II, Light enjoyed hefty partnerships with Joe Allnutt (51) and Harry Warner (59) as Hook posted a formidable 323-6 (Will Gee 43).
Sarisbury Athletic II made 155 (Colin Day 36), with Ben Allnutt and Kishore Parmar taking three wickets apiece.
Evergreen Steve Clement (74 not out) led the way with Matt Smith (59) as Portsmouth & Southsea chased down a Burridge total of 203-8 (Bevis 42).
St Cross Symondians III, who are normally struggling at the wrong end of the CD1 table, owed much to Kelvin Lockwood (31) and Simon Fairbrother (26) for easing them from 87-7 to 149 all out against Bishops Waltham.
Dan Wheeler (3-19) and Richard Dadd (3-21) took the bowling credits for Bishops, who ruefully reflected on the 28 wides they had to re-bowl when they dismissed for 138 themselves.
A remarkable mid-innings turnaround dramatically swung Ventnor II’s match with Fareham & Crofton at Steephill.
Despite the efforts of South African Pierre Kriel (21) and 16-year old John Buckman (28), Ventnor were in some strife at 104-7.
But in-form Martin Blackman (87) and teenager Harry Ridley (49) shared an eighth-wicket stand of 140 to steer Ventnor to a competitive 248-8.
Fareham lost early wickets to another youngster Ben Attrill (3-43), but through a half-century by Virat Sahu (51) and an unbeaten 69 from ex-Barton Peveril student Ben White (who earlier took 3-29), managed to push it close at 232-6.
New Milton beat Fareham the previous week, but were hit for 225-9 (Jim Edwards 70) and then bowled out for 143 by Ellingham.