HARTLEY Wintney were unable to cause a T20 Cup second round upset as they lost by seven wickets to visiting Premier outfit Burridge.

The home side won the toss and decided to bat and century hero from the day before Hugo Hammond was the first man out for three.

Will Kerr (17) tried to get the scoreboard going, but he was bowled by Brad Griffiths (3-11) leaving Hartley on 32-3.

Burridge bowlers continued to dominate as they slipped to 69-8.

At this point, Angus Brown (41) and Dan Reynaldo (10) came together and shared an unbroken stand of 43, taking the home side's total to 112-8.

Anthony Parson made an early break through, as he removed Azimunnoor Chowdhury (5) with only nine scored.

However, from here the visitors took control as Joe Collings-Wells (50) and James Hughes (35 not out) took the score to 82, at which point Jason Knibbs bowled Collings-Wells.

Knibbs struck again next ball to remove Hilio De Abreu, but from there Hughes and Daniel Stancliffe saw Burridge to victory with four overs to spare.

Hartley return to Southern League action this weekend away to St Cross II.