GERRY Dique rewrote the Oakley Cricket Club record books, as he smashed an unbeaten 207, which helped the village side to their biggest ever total of 336-3.

Dique and Dan Sumner (57) put the St Cross bowlers to the sword, as they enjoyed a partnership worth 199 - the second biggest in the club’s 168 year history.

St Cross IV reached 139-3 after 33 overs, when rain ended the game with Oakley clear winners in this Hampshire League County Division Four North contest.

Ramsdell moved up to third, after a 98-run success at Rowledge III.

Jonny Bradley led the scoring with an unbeaten 63 in their winning total of 261-7 as the home side only made 163-9.

AWE Tadley had a fruitful trip to Whitchurch, as they bowled the home side out for 122 to win by five wickets.

Basingstoke and North Hants IV (153) lost by five wickets at Wherwell.

Old Basing II made 139 at Longparish with John Huntingdon (44) top scoring.

Due to rain Longparish chased a reduced target of 121 and reached it losing four wickets.

Leaders Overton had no game last weekend.

Odiham and Greywell are fourth in Division Three North, after a 169-run success at Steep.

The visitors scored 254-6 with Adrian Green (56), Kyram Munt (47) and Dan Walker (47) all among the runs.

The home side were bowled out for 85, thanks to Peter Hodgson (4-23), Robert Frome (3-47) and Scott McGaughrin (2-5) from 17 balls.

Hook and Newnham III (147) lost by 80 runs at Littleton, despite Josh May scoring 43 and Luke Simpson taking 3-17.

Rain saved Amport from a certain big defeat at Hartley Wintney, as the village’s second string.

The visitors were 149-5 after 22.4 overs, when play was stopped, another 14 balls at the village green, would have seen the visitors lose on a slower rate rate.

This was after Hartley racked up a massive 336-7, as Rajeev Nair (164) and Darren McBride (71) shared a second wicket stand of 217.

In Division Two, Basingstoke III (137-3) lost by 102 runs to visiting Sway, as Andy Giles top scored for the Bountymen with 39.

Compton chased down a reduced target of 120 for the loss of six wickets at Old Basing.

This was after the home side scored 199 with Darren Turner getting 77 of them.

Hook II won by 47 runs in Division One at Fareham, as they bowled the home side out for 131 with Ollie May taking 3-26.