The Longparish batsmen had mixed powerful attack with suspect defence, Callum Giles (43) leading the way. Nick Bass took 4-37 and Freddie Eley and James Featherstone two apiece as the visitors were left to rue being bowled out for 150 with more than seven overs to spare.
After the break Oaks were reduced to 0 for 2 and then 57 for 7, Harry Martin (2-24) and Ben Gardner impressing with the new ball. Spinner Nathan Smith (4-28) skittled the Oaks middle order, but the backup bowling let ‘Parish down by conceding 39 in wides, giving Todd and Bass (17) the chance to launch a recovery.
When the eighth wicket fell at 101 Fair Oak’s chances of victory looked slim, but Todd produced a real captain’s innings to finish the match 49 not out. Wolverson (23no) mixed canny defence with some good stroke play as the hosts edged home in the 37th over.
Hampshire Under-15 starlet Wilf La Fontaine-Jackson hit an unbeaten 85 as Easton & Martyr Worthy chased down St Cross Symondians’ 175 (Graham Barrett 57) to win their derby by six wickets.
Will Robbins hit 61 and shared a key middle-order stand with Isaac Cowdrill (54) to ensure IBM came out on top in the cross-road derby with Hursley Park. IBM’s 223-9 proved too many for the Park, who were dismissed for 187 (Sharma 56), Dan Rides taking 5-32.
Ash Lovell (5-37) also produced a ‘five-for’ as Compton & Chandler’s Ford (194) bowled Sparsholt out for 165 to win by 29 runs.