HOOK and Newnham Basics won the Finch Group Guy Jewell Cup with eight overs to spare against Basingstoke and North Hants in the T20 final at May's Bounty.

After a super bowling and fielding display limited Basingstoke to 104-8 The Willock brothers Richard (24) and Nick (41) steered Hook home with an unbroken fourth wicket stand for a seven wicket win.

The Bountymen batting first reached 47-4 after 10 overs with Mitch Stokes (16) getting the most in the top order.

Martyn James' top scorer with 19 hitting the only six of the innings, while David Griffiths scored 14, before being out to super one handed catch from Richard Willcock, which earned him the magic moment award.

this being a new award for this year's final and donated by Helen Young, the daughter of Guy Jewell.

In the end Basingstoke finished on 104-8 which was 50 runs shy of a good total.

Man of the match (Rita Thompson Memorial Trophy) Kevin Poulter (2-19) including just two off the power over and Anik Divecha (2-19) were the chief wicket takers.

Hook's reply saw the early losses of Ben Thane and Matt Buckingham, but Richard Willcock kept the innings going along with Kieran Thomson (13).

However, once Richard was joined by brother Nick, Hook never looked back.

Nick Willcock hitting a six to win the game, one of three in the 18 balls he faced. He also hit two fours. Richard Willcock's 24 not out came from 28 balls and saw him hit two fours.

Griffiths was the chief Basingstoke wicket taker with 2-23.

Hook captain Ben Thane said "Our bowling and fielding won us the game as we limited Basingstoke to 104 and then knocked them off in 12 overs.

The Mary Jewell batting award went to Basingstoke's Joe Oates with 184 runs for the most runs during the competition.

The bowling award went to another Basingstoke player Ash Neal with 9-45, just pipping Hook's Poulter with 9-101.

After this win on Sunday morning, Hook travelled straight to Alton for a Southern League T20 Cup semi-final and missed out in a place in the final as they lost to the home side by 53 runs.

Alton batted first scoring 144-8 with Rhodes Franklin (4-23) and Divecha (3-24) taking most of the wickets.

Matt Love (17) was Hook's top scorer as they were bowled out for 91.