CANFORD School old boy Felix Organ finished the season as the Southern Premier League’s leading runscorer.

He top scored with 67 in the Hampshire Academy’s 43-run victory at relegated New Milton to lift his tally to 843, which included one century and seven scores of 50 or more.

Organ eased the third-placed Academy to 94 for two before a middle-order tumble saw New Milton back in the game at 141 for seven (Tom Scriven 33).

But Canford School prospect Tom Prest (34) and Sonny Reynolds (23) lifted the Hampshire youngsters to 200.

Raff Hussey and Ryan Beck (24) eased Milton’s reply to 67 for one before a three-wicket spell by James Trodd (3-28) knocked them back.

When Hussey (33) departed at 96 for five, New Milton folded against the combined spin of Mom Abbas (3-17) and Organ (3-28) and were all out for 157.

Lymington completed their season with a six-wicket defeat at the hands of St Cross, a victory which saw the Winchester club clinch the title.

Conor Moors (39) and Josh Royan (34) were the main contributors in Lymington's 171, a target St Cross passed with ease at 175 for four thanks to Harry Came (75), Ed Ellis (38*) and Jason Laney (25).