HARTLEY Wintney finished their Southern League Division Two campaign with their sixth straight win to end up finishing fourth in the table.

This was thanks to a five wicket win at Waterlooville after they bowled the home side out for 93.

Visiting Hartley won the toss and elected to bowl and James Beckwith ripped out the top order on his way to a very impressive 5-10 in seven overs.

Fellow opening bowler Anthony Parson also took a wicket as none of the top five made it into double figures.

Some late resistance helped the home side nearly reach three figures, as Jamie Teale, Roy Cockram take wickets and Angus Brown grabbed two which saw them bowled out after 35.5 overs.

Ashan Silva (3-9) did his best to keep his side in the game, but Hugo Hammond hit 23 and then an unbroken stand between Will Ross (18) and Matt Digweed (15) made sure Hartley's season ended with a super sixth victory.