High Wycombe bounced back from an opening weekend defeat with a 253-run annihilation of rivals Slough in the Home Counties Premier Division.

Batting first, Wycombe smashed 364-4 from their 50 overs. Despite losing Teddie Casterton early on for just four, Conrad Louth and skipper Dan Marles than thumped the Slough attack to all parts in their 158-run partnership.

Louth notched up 100 from 99 balls before being dismissed next ball by Rishi Sharath, after slamming 11 fours and three sixes.

Marles carried on and he had another hugely damaging partnership with Slough old boy Lloyd Paternott (70).

The pair put on 120 runs before Paternott was bowled by Harish Kakani after an entertaining 36-ball innings.

Marles then saw it through, scoring 154 not out off 141 balls with 16 fours and five sixes.

With a hugely challenging total to chase, Slough were reduced to 22-2 with Cam Parsons (4-11) dismissing Nabil Shah and Adam Ali.

Kakani threatened briefly with 19 but he was bowled by Connor Haddow (2-42) to leave Slough reeling on 59-3.

Mohammed Aves top scored for the visitors with 30 but once he was caught behind off Adam Dobb (2-7), the middle order fell apart.

Skipper Goutham Shrikrishna was dismissed for a duck by Dobb and despite late resistence from Sharath (17), Slough were bowled out for a paltry 111.