Alongside Lymington seconds, who tied 219 runs each with Alton, they are the only sides yet to get off the mark.
Defending champions Parley are back in a familiar top spot an emphatic 135-run win over Hursley Park at The Quarters.
Alex Nippard (60), supported by Rosh Embalagama (35), teenager Marcus Bragginton (32), Jack Rowett (26) before a breezy 37 not out from Alex Cridland (37) eased Parley to 255-8. Ollie Green (4-16) and Rowatt (4-33) rushed Hursley out for 120.
The sight of Hursley Park joint bottom of the table must be a sore one for the stalwarts who recall the glory days of Lord’s and lifting the National Village Cup and subsequent success in the old Southern League.
The club boasts one of the nicest, if not the nicest, ground in the Hampshire League at The Quarters (top left) and pre-season spent a small fortune on constructing new practice facilities.
Easton collapsed once Jamie Fox (58) and Seb Byers (27) were parted. The other nine batsmen mustered 35 runs between them, Chris Clarke taking 4-25.
Old Basing surrendered their unbeaten start in the scorching New Forest sunshine – but skipper Darren Turner will be pleased with the fighting spirit his side showed before table topping Sway clinched a three wicket victory.
Basing had won all four of their previous games, but found themselves rocking at 14-4 after a three wicket blast by Dave Steadman (3-29) and a fine run out by Dan Bailey.
Nick Willcock, who had made 91 and 95 in his previous knocks and now has a season’s aggregate of 315, struck ten fours as he kept Old Basing afloat, but was largely kept in check by the Sway bowlers, as wickets tumbled at the other end.
Jon Grasham (1-34), and Hugh Bernard (2-29) bowled nicely in tandem to restrict the visitors before Dan Bailey (3-29), ushered out the lower order as Old Basing closed on 156.
Sway’s Tim Noble (34) and Alex Hall (12) gave the hosts a 55-run head start and all seemed well. However, when both perished in quick succession and the in-form Steadman was out to a good ball Sway’s good start went to 69-3, Cameron Hall (3-21) creating inroads.
Dan Bailey (42) crushed a few boundaries to asset his authority alongside Oscar Marshall (13), but both fell in quick succession, followed by Neil Prince, and after Hugo Chandler went for seven, Sway needed some calm thinking. That came from Grasham (12*) and was aided by some brutal hitting by former England Under-19 international Hugh Bernard, who smacked 16 off six balls to ensure Sway won a keenly contested game.
Wimble - who had scored 103 and 73 in pre-season friendlies against Hook 2nds and Gosport Borough respectively - was involved in two half-century stands.
He put on 51 for the first wicket with Morgan Frost (19) and 55 for the third with Steve Berryman (16) before he was second man out at 116 - having scored 76.
Sam Stoddart (23) and Angus Southon (52) - his third highest league innings - added another 55 for the fourth wicket. Past Winchester College captain Freddie Egleston collected 4-45 as F & C slid from 200-4 to 208-8.
That was a total way beyond Alton’s scope as Reader bagged 4-28 to send them crashing to 94 all out in 26.2 overs.
They were his second best league figures - his career best remains the 6-20 against Hook 2nds three years ago. Opening bowler Ben White (back from a broken hand) took 2-20 and Wimble completed a fine afternoon’s work by coming on as his side’s fifth and final bowler and claiming 2-12 in 20 balls.
Burridge II lost nine wickets for 63 runs as they collapsed from 103-1 to 221-6 against Havant II, who continue to go well in third spot, with three wins from four.
Jack Slaughter (48) and Jack Paskins (39) got the visitors into a challenging position at 103-1, but the chase went horribly wrong as Ali Gardner, Faizan Tahsin and Steve Matthews took three wickets each in demolishing them for 166.
Havant’s total had been built around a maiden league half-century by Charlie Whitfield (61), Tahsin (40), Stu Ransley (31) and Oli Jones (28).
Portsmouth's Ishafaque Ahmad and Lee Hungerford combined to skittle a much depleted St Cross Symondians thirds for just 59 at St Helens.
Six of the last eight visiting batsmen failed to score with last man Gavin Buckle going down in the scoreboard as ‘timed out’.
Portchester raised Hungerford bagged new league best figures for the second time in three games. After taking 3-17 against Lymington II on May 29, he took 4-8. Ahmed dismissed four of the top five in his 4-23 haul as St Cross were all out in the 23rd over.
In reply, the hosts won by eight wickets in just 7.4 overs, with Matt Walton belted seven fours in his unbeaten 29.
Sam Ashman carried his bat through the Andover innings, making an unbeaten 107, but wasn’t quite able to get his side across the line in a tied match with Lymington II, who defended 219-8 (Jack Morris 72). Andover were five down on the same score.