FOUR cricket clubs can clinch some silverware this weekend with the penultimate games of the league season on Saturday, followed by a double header of T20 cup finals at May’s Bounty on Sunday.

Only a complete disaster will deny Hook and Newnham Basics winning the Southern League Division One crown on Saturday, if they pick up two points against visiting Andover, which means they would have to score less than 125 and not take two wickets.

On Sunday (11am), Hook could complete a great double for the club, as their B team take on Oakley in the Finch Group Cyril Thompson Trophy final at May’s Bounty.

A bumper crowd is expected as admission is free and after what should be a great trophy clash, Basingstoke and North Hants will lock horns with Hartley Wintney in a mouth watering Finch Group Guy Jewell Cup final clash.

This starts at 2pm and the Bountymen knocked out the holders Hook in the semi-final and being in the Premier Division they will start as favourites against their Division Two rivals, even if they will be minus overseas star Brad Porteous.

However, Hartley are currently in great form winning their last four league games.

Hartley captain Will Kerr said: “We are looking forward to the final and will have a strong team.”

Basingstoke skipper David Griffiths said: “After the season we have had it would be nice to win a trophy and we really played well in the semi-final. I hope we can repeat this.”

On Monday, Basingstoke under-19 T20 Warriors are in action against Sway in the Hampshire finals day at May’s Bounty.