He peppered the boundary of the Wiltshire club’s ground high up on Salisbury Plain as Ropley, skippered by former Hampshire off-spinner Shaun Udal, piled up a massive 325 (Will Harries 4-54).
They went on to bowl Shrewton out for 163 to celebrate a thumping 162-run victory.
Harry McGhee hit 125, but finished a loser as Bishops Waltham fell 14 runs short chasing St Cross Symondians’ 233-8 (Graham Barrett 67). Evergreen left-arm seamer Steve Fryer took 6-43.
Andover’s Andy Sale suffered a similar fate, scoring 101, only to see Ryde polish the Lions’ 236-9 off with three wickets in hand.
Hursley Park won for the first time since their relegation from Southern Premier League Division 3 when Australian teenager Josh Romer (58 not out) led a successful 187-run chase against visiting Parley.
Longparish won by five wickets after Chris Clark (4-27) and teenage left-armer Scott Sturt (4-20) had combined to bowl Easton & Martyr Worthy out for 74.
OTs & Romsey totted up a cool 261-7 to set up a convincing 77-run win over visiting Rowledge II, while Hythe & Dibden chased down Hook & Newnham Basics’ 219-9 to win by three wickets.
Fareham & Crofton, who scraped a one wicket win at Andover in their opening match, found themselves involved in another dramatic finish, losing eight wickets before edging past an all out Burridge total of 173 (Cam White 55).