His 449 runs tally, which included a mid-season century off the Hampshire Academy, was well below the 822 chalked up by South African run gun and team-mate Mat Goles, but with overseas cricketers not eligible for awards, JCW takes first prize, albeit by a mere two runs.
South Wilts' left-armer Tom Grant, whose 37 poles included four separate five-wicket returns, won the Premier bowling award.
* Mat Goles (Burridge) 822, Joe Collings-Wells (Burridge) 449, George Metzger (Havant) 447, James Degg (South Wilts) 434, Joe Eckland (Academy) 402, Ryan Scott (Lymington) 382, * Josh Elliott (Totton & Eling) 373, Harry Gadd (Havant) 358.
Best: Kamran Dharlwal (Lymington) 168 v Hampshire Academy, * Mat Goles 164* v Havant, 147 v Hampshire Academy, 146 v St Cross Symondians, Ryan Scott 143 v Totton & Eling & 101 v Hampshire Academy, Luke Webb (Bournemouth) 124 v Alton, Jack Bransgrove (St Cross Symondians) 121 v Hampshire Academy, Joe Collings-Wells 117 v Hampshire Academy, Sam Ruffell (Alton) 115 v Totton & Eling, Conor Moors (ILymington) 106 v Havant, Harry Gadd 106 v Bashley (Rydal), Joe Eckland 104* v South Wilts, Tom Cheater 101* v Havant.
Tom Grant (South Wilts) 37, Inayat Ullah (Burridge) 31, Charlie Gwynn (St Cross Symondians) 26, Brighton Mugochi (Totton & Eling) 25, * Sam Beer (St Cross Symondians) 25, Ollie Southon (Burridge) 24, Matt Burton (South Wilts) 24, Scott Myers (Alton) 24, * Bash Walters (Alton) 24.
Best: Brad Currie (Bashley Rydal) 9-28 v Lymington, Brighton Mugochi 7-40 v St Cross Symondians, Sam Beer 6-19 v Totton & Eling, Tom Grant 6-32 v Alton, * Sam Beer 6-33 v Bashley (Rydal), * Bash Walters 6-38 v Hampshire Academy.
George Metzger (Havant) 25, Nathan Schoultz (Burridge) 25, Ben Draper (South Wilts) 21.