He underlined his all-round talents with a debut making 75 and 3-20 return against New Milton II.
Levy followed it up with a match winning show against fancied County 1 side Hook & Newnham Basics, scoring a key 75 down the order and then taking 5-19 with the ball.
Earlier, both Will de Cani and Tom Trinder made 34 as Parish’s 219 proved well beyond Hook, who were never at the races once Alex Coetzee (2-11) and Levy began to make inroads. They were 125 all out.
Newly relegated Lymington have sprung from the traps in style – with Australian Billy Quigley making 102 as they chased down Hythe & Dibden’s 201-9 (Tom Richards 84) to win by six wickets.
Ventnor, who came under a relentless assault from Lymington’s double-century making Kiwi Terry Crabb (204) a week earlier, bounced back by taking the bragging rights in the all-Island duel with Ryde.
It did help that former first team captain Ian Hilsum was on the Island supporting the wonderful Walk the Wight charity event in aid of the Earl Mountbatten Hospice.
Hilsum marked his return with a 14-boundary 102 which, with support from Mark Price (47) and Hugh Calloway (46), sent Ventnor on their way to 249 all out.
Ben Wadmore, with a 4-43 return, and 83 with the bat did more than his fair share, but Ryde could only manage 167 in reply.
Alex Stogden clearly believes in leading from the front in his new role as Ropley captain, following up his unbeaten 123 against Burridge II with a rapid 78 off 45 balls in the 34-run defeat of St Cross Symondians III.
Ropley didn’t start terribly well, but Tom Wood (74) and Alex Spencer (55) put on 83 for the third wicket.
The next 13 overs produced 131, Stogdon smashing his quick-fire 78, with 26 runs coming off one over !
Pranay Rathod (4-47) and Tom Fay (3-29) clawed it back for St Cross, who were asked to better 276.
Ropley weren’t so good in the field, an erratic display of out-cricket coinciding with Steve Berryman (76) and Fay (57) responding well and making it a tighter contest than they anticipated. St Cross Symondians closed 242-9.
Title favourites Portsmouth & Southsea thought they were in for an easy ride when Jon Willey (4-13) and Kieron Dunstan (3-15) rolled Rowledge II out for 104.
But with their reply in tatters at 41-6, P & S pair Tom Benfield (41) and Jake Peach (23) turned the tide and eased their side to a four-wicket win.
Bishops Waltham lost seven wickets chasing down a modest Burridge II total of 146 (Dan Wheeler 3-33), the hosts being 17-3 at one stage.
Suji Wickramasinghe (31) and William Candy (36) led a middle-order recovery, but Andy Wakeley (3-26) ripped through the tail.
Adam Wymbs (35) top scored in BW’s reply, which was aided by 36 sundries.
Burridge have now lost twice, so today’s match up with winless Fareham & Crofton promises to be significant as the three-time losers will have an uphill survival scrap on their hands.
Fareham (158) are having difficulty in scoring runs, with only Sam Stoddart (53) making any impression in the eight-wicket defeat by OTs & Romsey II, for whom Paul Longland (51) and Ian Woodall (71) led the way.
United Services were front runners in CD1 last term, but their poor end of season form has continued, with a second consecutive defeat by New Milton II.
Gary Hounsome (51) and Tom May (49) shared a decent middle-order stand, but New Milton eased past the US total of 217-8 by five wickets with Ollie Nichols hitting an unbeaten 63.