Harry Trussler smashed Southern Premier League's fastest T20 Cup century - a blistering 103 off 41 balls against Waterlooville, which included 11 sixes!

Eventual 69-run winners, St Cross Symondians were already sitting nicely at 87-3 after fast starts by Wilf La Fontaine Jackson (20), Gregor McKenzie (19) and Jack Bransgrove (19) when Trussler entered the fray nine overs into the innings.

He didn't score off the initial four deliveries he received, but that all changed when he launched Sam Robinson for consecutive sixes and a four in the 12th over.

More mayhem followed an over later with Trussler belting Archie Reynolds for four more sixes to bring up his 50 off 20 balls.

Charlie Gwynn (45) going nicely at the other end, there was no hiding place for the eight bowlers the Ville used in a futile attempt to curb the assault.

Trussler was eventually caught for 103 four balls from the end of the innings, having hit five boundaries in addition to clearing the Green Jackets boundary rope 11 times.  
To their credit, Waterlooville didn't wave the white flag of surrender in the face of a daunting 240-5 target and scored 171 in reply, Kiwi Josh McGregor hitting 92 not out.

Spinners Gwynn, with 4-39, and Callum Willock (3-16) shared the bowling spoils for St Cross.
St Cross settled for a draw from their Premier League Time pennant visit to Bournemouth, for whom Dorset captain Luke Webb made 103 out of a total of 194.

Kyle Pluke took 4-38 and Gwynn 3-41 for St Cross, whose reply closed at 133-8, Gwynn top scoring with 33.

Symondians' seconds were in sight of a Division 2 shock result when, defending a modest 135, they reduced unbeaten table toppers Hambledon to 59-5 .. only to see the LeClercq brothers, Lewis (41) and Spencer (31) knock off the runs with an unbroken 77-run sixth wicket partnership.