Lymington won the toss and batted first with captain Tim Noble and Scott Tapper (1) opening with the latter being out with the score on 7 but Tom Thorp (42 retired) and Tim Noble (40 retired) took the score to 98 and both retired. Stuart Beveridge (9) hit some lusty blows before being caught in the deep and Will Thorp (1) but both perished in the search for quick runs. Lymington finished on 103 for 3 off the 18 overs.
In reply Sway batted well with Jack Walton (33) leading the way but the tight bowling of Elliott Lindsay-Wood (4 overs 2 for 22), Scott Tapper (4 overs 1 for 11), Will Thorp (4 overs 1 for 11), Dan Walters (3 overs 0 for 15) with his leg-breaks, Ben Rostand (1 over 1 for 6) and Tom Thorp (1 over 0 for 9). Sway requiring 26 from the last over bowled by Under 13 captain Aidan Lindsay-Wood but he bowled tightly and only conceded 6 runs. Lymington won by 19 runs to end Sway's unbeaten run