SOUTH Wilts will have to halt Harry Came’s phenomenal run blitz if they are to beat St Cross Symondians at the Green Jackets Ground (11am) and retain their new-found spot at the ECB Southern Premier League summit.

They know all about Came after the Old Basing teenager took two SPL centuries off them last season, including a penultimate ball six which climaxed a successful 286-run chase in the final round of matches.

But the 19-year old has moved on to a different level in the past week or so by blazing:

• An unbeaten century for Kent seconds against Sussex II in a Second XI Championship match at Hove.

 • 151 in St Cross Symondians’ 56-run victory at Alton, where he also took 7-52 with his off-spin.

 • An incredible career best 185 (two sixes and 20 fours) again for Kent seconds, against Leicestershire at Loughborough in midweek.

“His bat must feel a foot wide,” joked St Cross Symondians skipper Tom Foyle, who is waiting on Hampshire’s Ian Holland before finalising his side for the third round of Time pennant matches.

South Wilts expect to have left-hand opener Tom Cowley back.

St Cross Symondians: T Foyle, Young, Came, Stokes, Mead, H Foyle, Bransgrove, Lunn, Ayres, Mitchell, Holland.

South Wilts: Hibberd, Morton, Cowley, Wade, Mynott, Draper, Godsal, Hayward, Evans, Warner, Murray.

Second placed Bashley (Rydal) recall spin all-rounder Simon Watkins for the visit to Burridge, who are bidding to avoid a third successive Time pennant defeat.

Burridge won all three white ball 50-over matches at the start, but lost their way against both Basingstoke & North Hants and Lymington.

Jamie Richards could get a call after scoring 120 for Burridge’s second team at OTs & Romsey last week.

Burridge: Ankers, Chowdhury, Richards, Collings-Wells, Lock, De Abreu, Steward, Savident, Stancliffe, White, McMurray, Southon.

Bashley (Rydal): Turner, Digby, Taylor, Porter, Jacques, Kennett, Wilson, Ridley, Watkins, Goodey, Currie.

Alton will parade a second South African in their side against the Hampshire Academy on the Ageas Bowl Nursery Ground.

Opening bowler Devyn Scott has recently joined the Brewers and, after taking three wickets in his second team debut, replaces the injured Ben Mortimer.

Academy: Organ, Metzger, Middleton, Scriven, Currie, Albert, Pardoe, Regan, Abass, Searle, Reynolds.

Alton: Michael Heffernan, Alex Hammond, Marais, Harris, Myers, Mark Heffernan, Hugo Hammond, Dan Scott, Devyn Scott, Salmon, Ballinger.

Basingstoke call up Chris Fround as a replacement for Craig Williamson against defending champions Havant at May’s Bounty.

Basingstoke & North Hants: Stokes, Thane, Belcher, Froud, Neal, Harsham, Griffiths, James, Porter, Makhanya, Benge