BEN Johns left the field to a standing ovation from a 500-plus crowd after a batting masterclass which guided Calmore Sports to a seven-wicket win.
NEW Milton secured back-to-back wins for the second time this season, thanks largely to a six-wicket haul from Dan Loader.
CALMORE Sports are one win away from a second consecutive Lord's appearance in the Voneus Village Cup final after defeating Goatacre by five wickets.
DESPITE a raft of impressive batting figures for Lymington, a 196-run showing from South Wilts' Tom Morton sealed a winning draw for the champions.
NEW Milton returned to winning ways with a relatively straightforward victory over Calmore Sports at Fernhill Sports Ground.
BASHLEY (Rydal) leapfrogged local rivals Lymington to move into fifth after securing an easy 159-run win.
SWAY'S Jon Waller and Dave Steadman tore through Gosport Borough's first six batters to help their side maintain a hold on second place.
NEW Milton were faltering after electing to bat first against Portsmouth, but a batting revival and three superb wickets for Joe Hall secured victory.
LYMINGTON picked up back-to-back wins for the first time this season after Gareth Berg inspired a six-wicket victory over Bournemouth.
CALMORE Sports marched into the Voneus Village Cup quarter-finals with a nine-wicket destruction of Cornish side Grampound Road.
SWAY continue to thrive in the SPL this time beating Paultons by 51 runs in a high-scoring New Forest derby.
LYMINGTON continued their run of short matches, needing only 23.1 overs complete the run chase against Hook & Newnham after Dan Cox took six wickets.
BASHLEY (Rydal) CC took their second league win of the season after captain Josh Digby delivered a remarkable seven-wicket display against Burridge.
SWAY continue to thrive in their first season in Southern Premier League cricket with a fine 196-run home win over Basingstoke & North Hants seconds.
LYMINGTON'S topsy-turvy form continued with a heavy home defeat to Hampshire Academy at the Sports Ground.
CALMORE Sports secured a four-wicket win over Oxford Downs to progress to the last-16 of the Voneus Village Cup after Ben Johns hit 96 not out.