HENRY Collier hit a superb unbeaten 151 as Hartley Wintney kept themselves in promotion hunt from Southern League Division Two.

Now it all comes down to the final weekend and amazingly if Hartley lose they could be caught by third placed Totton, but win and they will be crowned champions.

Standing in their way are leaders OTs and Romsey in what is a massive game for both sides.

All-rounder Scott Baldwin will be back for the crunch game.

Captain Danny Plume said: "It is so close as we need five points to pip Totton and then if we get a maximum win we could be champions. We are trying to stay calm, as well as getting pumped up for the game."

Hartley's latest victory came against Langley Manor as the visitors won the toss and elected to bat.

Jack Budd (37) and Saulieg Rayned (58) gave them a solid start and it kept going as they reached 188-6, but Hartley hit back to limit them to 254.

Dan Reynaldo (3-60) was the top home bowler, while there was two wickets each for Henry Collier and Ollie Waddington.

The Hartley reply got off to a great start as William Kerr (66) and Collier put on 163 for the first wicket.

Collier and skipper Danny Plume (15) then took the total to 206.

It was left to Collier and Jamie Teale to make sure of the victory with 12 overs to spare.

Collier finishing off with some superb big hitting.