BASHLEY'S 18-year-old Sam Crisp hit the vital runs to secure the ECB Indoor 6-a-side Club Championship title for his side.
MICHAEL Porter has announced he is standing down as captain of the Bashley (Rydal) first team after six-and-a-half years at the helm.
MORE Brockenhurst College athletes than ever before have earned the right to compete at either county, regional, national or international level.
SWAY Cricket Club prepares to play at their highest ever level to complete a remarkable reversal in the club's fortunes over the past 20 years.
FORMER Bashley Cricket Club all-rounder Scott Currie has signed his first professional contract with Hampshire Cricket after a breakthrough summer.
THE life story of a veteran Hampshire county cricketer who died last year can now be told after friends stepped in to finish his autobiography.
CHARLOTTE Taylor has been crowned best newcomer in the ECB’s Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy competition.
Calmore Sports' Ben Johns and captain Mark Lavelle led their side to a historic Voneus Village Cup win at Lord's with just seven balls remaining.
A BRILLIANT performance with bat and ball saw Sway beat Parley to usurp the visitors and slide into a promotion spot.
Lymington CC's depleted side gave likely champions South Wilts a scare before ultimately missing the host's formidable total by just 38 runs.
New Milton failed to reach a hundred for the third straight week as Sparsholt narrowly won with a wicket to spare thanks to teenager Thomas Ley.
CALMORE Sports have sealed a Voneus Village Cup final spot after dominating Stoke Green in the semi and winning by 10 wickets.
A SUPERB captain's performance from George Watts saw a convincing five-wicket win over Andover.
NEW Milton’s Charlotte Taylor made it a debut to remember with a superb wicket after making her Southern Brave debut in The Hundred.
ANOTHER middle-order collapse from Lymington and a six-wicket haul from teenager Ethan Baker helped Bashley beat local rivals Lymington.