BOTH Basingstoke and North Hants and Hartley Wintney went out in the quarter-finals of the Southern Electric t20 Cup.
The Bountymen lost by 32 runs at holders South Wilts as the home side scored 151-9.
This was thanks to opener James Hayward (48) and Jack Mynott (53), while Martyn James (3-19) was the pick of the visiting bowlers.
Hartley Wintney suffered the same fate as they were bowled out for 88, chasing a massive target of 233 for victory.
Lymington's Darren Cowley was the star of this game as retired injured on 108. His hard hitting 35-ball innings included 11 sixes and nine fours. It took him just 12 balls to reach his half-century.
Meanwhile, in the t20 Plate competition Hook and Newnham Basics cruised into the final four after 10 wicket win over visiting Sparsholt.
Shane Brewer (5-14) had a great afternoon with the ball, as he finished off with a hat-trick.