Keilor has romped to a 125-run win over Tullamarine in the Victorian Turf Cricket Association senior division season opener at Keilor Recreation Reserve on Saturday.

The Blues were sent in to bat and cruised to 1-236 off their 40 overs.

Blues openers Robert Clements (112no) and Nathan Beever (81) did as they pleased for most of the innings.

When Beever was the only man dismissed, Blues captain Kaushal Lokuarachchi contributed a handy 26.

Tullamarine was never in the hunt, and was bundled out for 111 in 29.3 overs.

Upal Bandara was the pick of the Keilor bowlers with 4-17 off 6.3 overs, including the crucial wicket of Tulla danger man David Zahorodni, while Sam Davis snared 4-26 off eight.

Keilor will play its first two-day game of the summer away to Seddon, starting on Saturday.

In the north west division, Druids have made a red hot start to their campaign, pummelling Keilor Park by 108.

Leigh Wilson was the toast of the Druids on Saturday after an entertaining 129, including 19 fours and four sixes to take Druids to 3-227, easily eclipsing the 8-119 made by Keilor Park.

Sunshine United made a super start to the season with a hard-fought 12-run win over Aberfeldie Park at Selwyn Park.

United passed the 164 target six down and finished with 7-175, inspired by 63 not out from Thomas Duxson.

In north A1, Sunshine executed with both the bat and ball in a 50-run win over Jacana at Dempster Park.

Asela Aluthge produced 66 not out as the Crows easily passed Jacana’s 91 to finish on 3-141.

Sydenham-Hillside left it late in the local derby against Caroline Springs at Hillside Recreation Reserve, but came away with an eight-run win.

Set 148 for victory, the Storm got there five down with an even batting performance that saw Dylan Knight top score with 32 not out.

In north-west B1, Sunshine Heights was a big winner from the first completed round, beating West Newport by 51 runs at Ainsworth Reserve.

The Heights posted a competitive 8-179 after 66 from middle order batsman Muhammad Afzal and defended it well to keep Wests to 8-128 with youngster Chien Mayoum claiming 4-29.

Deer Park produced a massive 8-212 on the back of 72 to Ian Blanchett and 52 to Ricky Suvada to beat Williamstown Imperials by 29 runs at John McLeod Oval, but it was not such a fun day for Sunshine YCW, who made just 52 in a 99-run defeat to Williamstown CYMS.

In west A1, Grand United opened up the season with a win over Melton Centrals by 30 runs at JR Parsons Reserve. Captain Dillon Hinge was the standout for United, posting 52.

In the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association, Taylors Lakes had a nightmare start to the season, going down on home soil by 102 runs to Brunswick at Lionheart Reserve.

Set 241 for victory, the Lions fell well short, bowled out for 138 with skipper Michael Brne top-scoring with 41.

Earlier in the day, Liam Wolf impressed with the ball for the Lions on debut, taking 2-23 off seven.

Taylors Lakes will be looking to open its account in a two-day game on the road at Preston.