ZAC Le Roux and Adam Scher both hit centuries as Odiham and Greywell went on a runs spree against visiting fellow Hampshire League County Two promotion chasers Redlynch and Hale.

The pair shared a third wicket partnership of 192 before Scher was out for 108.

Le Roux (128) and George O’Connor (33) then added 88 for the fourth wicket which helped Odiham to post a impressive total of 326-6.

In reply, Redlynch scored 235-9 as Archie Mogg ripped out the middle order on his way to 5-46.

Andy Neal scored 49 not out but it was all in vain as Basingstoke and North Hants III made 198-8, but were beaten by six wickets by Ferndown Wayfarers.

Hook and Newnham Basics seconds returned to winning ways as they won their top against bottom clash with Shrewton by three wickets.

However, dropped bonus points saw them slip to second in Division One table.

Colin Lye 4-35 was the pick of the bowlers as Shrewton were all out for 130.

Old Basing remain just above the relegation zone, after a five wicket loss at home to Gosport.

The home side scored 256-7 thanks to Ben Ungaretti 70 and Nick Willcock 54, but despite Nick Cooper taking 4-41, Gosport won the game with 259-5.

In Division Three North, Luca Wade hit 130 and Jonny Bradley 80 as Ramsdell scored 344-8, which proved too much for Hartley Wintney II who finished on 270-6.

Third placed Oakley were bowled out for 153, chasing Sparsholt seconds 230-5.

Overton enjoyed a six wicket success as they over came Bishop’s Waltham’s 202-7 to move up to eighth.

Barry Goodman (4-26) and Sean Edwards (3-22) shot out Amport for 111 and Hook thirds knocked off the winning runs for the loss of seven wickets.

Alex Campbell and William Wyatt both scored 49 and the result puts them fifth.

In Division Four North, Olly Oldcorn (4-29) and Chandra Shektar (3-35) bowled out Hursley Park II for 188, but Old Basing thirds fell well shot bowled out for 131.

Basingstoke IV (157-7) won by three wickets after Medstead were bowled out for 151 as Tyler Bradley 4-25 and Robert Norwell (3-28) did the damage.

Ampfield scored 180-8 as Robert Field took 4-26 and then Grant Good’s 73 helped Ashford Hill to a winning total of 182-6.

Hook IV (170) lost to Rowledge (244-7).