NICK Willcock hit a century as Old Basing enjoyed a much needed win in the Hampshire County Division One, as they look to move away from the relegation zone.

Willock hit 103 and Ben Ungaretti 67 as Old Basing reached a winning total of 250-3 as they overhauled home side Sway’s 248-6.

The win moved them up to 15th in the table and this Saturday, they are at home to third placed Hursley Park.

Hook seconds home game against Easton and Martyr Worthy was washed out, like leaders Parley's game, so Hook remain second five points off the top,

Hook are at home to Burridge seconds this weekend.

The County Two clash between Odiham and Greywell and Basingstoke and North Hants thirds was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

Oakley are now only five point behind County Three North leaders IBM Hursley after their 109 run win over Bishop’s Waltham.

Elliot Hennessey (106) and Dan Sumner (49) shared a 100-run partnership and Mick Wood was unbeaten at the end on 62 as the home side scored 258-2.

The visitors were then bowled out for 149 with Sumner taking three wickets.

On the same day Overton (205-7) and Hartley Wintney seconds (205-9) played out a tie.

Ramsdell's game against Hook III was wiped out by the weather

The only local sides in action in County Four North saw Hook fourths win at Old Basing seconds.

The visitors scored 211-5, while the home side finished on 183-9 as James Balcombe (3-21) and Andrew Hook (3-30) led the bowling.

The following games Basingstoke IV v Chawton, Ashford Hill v Longparish II were both abandoned.