OT's & Romsey travelled to Waterlooville in the Southern Premier League Division 1. 

Having won the toss OT's skipper Rob Newman opted to bat first. OT'S lost the wicket of Charlie King for six when he snicked an away swinger from Ashan Silva to the wicketkeeper Dan Birch. Graham Noble joined Joe Vaughan and the pair added 51 for the second wicket before Noble was run out following good work in the field by Alex Shephard. 

In form Harry Tulk and Vaughan took the game away from Waterlooville with a run a ball 89 run partnership before Tulk mistimed an attempted sweep and was caught at fine leg by Sam Miller off the bowling of Sam Robinson for 57 from 65 balls with five fours and a six. OT'S promoted big hitting Lewis Allen up the order to continue to take the attack to the bowlers, but having just hit a six Allen pulled up with a hamstring injury whilst running a quick single and he was forced to retire hurt for 13. The new man at the crease Tom Cowley hit a quick 22 before becoming Silva's second victim. Skipper Rob Newman kept the scoreboard ticking over and with Vaughan took the final total to 245 for 4 from their 50 overs. Newman was undefeated on 16 and Vaughan completed a fine unbeaten century, finishing on 104 from 146 balls with five fours and a six. 

Waterlooville needed a good start if they were to threaten the OT'S total, but they lost the early wickets of Gabriel Broadhurst and Josh McCoy to Hakim Peruzi with only ten runs on the board. Things went from bad to worse for Waterlooville with wickets to OT spinners Tulk, Vaughan and Bampton reduced Waterlooville to 27 for 5 after 16 overs. Sam Robinson and Archie Reynolds offered some resistance until Peruzi picked up his third wicket when he dismissed Robinson for 17. The Waterlooville tail could not offer much resistance and Waterlooville succumbed to 80 all out.

The bowling honours went to Peruzi with five wickets for 15 runs from his 10 overs. The OT'S spin quartet of Vaughan, Tulk, Bampton and Newman took the other five wickets between them in a comprehensive 165 run win, OT'S third win in succession. The only resistance came from Ville skipper Reynolds who ended undefeated on 50.

OT'S will look to continue their winning run when the welcome Calmore to the Bypass Ground on Saturday.