Scriven, who played regularly in this winter’s ICC World Cup tournament in New Zealand, struck a six and ten fours in 104, which underpinned the Academy’s 256-7 (George Metzer 34, Miles Kantolinna 25).
Waterlooville, promoted as Southern Premier League Division 3 champions last season, astonishingly lost their last six wickets for only two runs – George Pardoe weighing in with 5-19 as the Ville went from 90-4 to 92 all out, rather quickly !
A Havant XI lost by two wickets to Portsmouth after Ishaf Ahmad had taken 5-17 to bowl the hosts out for 134 (Chris Stone 39), Richard Jerry adding a handy 25 at the end.
Basingstoke & North Hants suffered a double defeat against powerful Surrey Championship club Sunbury, who won the 1st XI contest by 81 runs.
Debutant Ben Thane (44) top scored as Basingstoke mustered 130 (David Griffiths 25) after Sunbury had posted 211-5.
Basingstoke II lost by three runs chasing Sunbury’s 196-8 (Nitin Mathew 3-44), Joe Oates making 36 of their 1943-9.
Hursley Park, facing up to a summer of Hampshire League County Division 1 cricket, were beaten by three wickets by South Wilts II at Bemerton, where a half-century by Lee Wateridge (55) propped up their 139.
Tom Pearce carried on his good work with the ball – he took 3-14 – by making a decisive 24 not out as SW got over the line. Will Flynn took 3-24.
Ryan Covey shone with bat and ball, but was unable to save Liphook & Ripsley from a 84-run defeat by Camberley (212).
He followed up a 5-26 return with 47 in a 93-run start with Rob Nicklin (37), but the SPL1 side lost ten wickets for 45 runs and were dismissed for 138.
Former King Edward VI skipper Rory Morris hit 58 to lead Hambledon to a six-wicket victory over Winchester University (142) at Ridge Meadow.