Portsmouth & Southsea pair Matt Benfield (670 runs) and Keiron Dunstan (31 wickets) landed the main individual prizes and helped their club win the County 1 title in the process.
Sway’s Tim Noble was top County 2 batsman, with 743 runs, while Matt Scorey of Compton & Chandler’s Ford took 30 wickets to head the bowling charts.
South Wilts’ teenager Ben Fisher featured in a 28-wicket three-way tie for the County 3 North bowling prize.
Undoubtedly the best known name in the entire winners list is former Hampshire all-rounder Lawrie Prittipaul who, playing with his mates for Servicemaster at the Portsmouth Rugby Camp every other Saturday, made 546 runs to win the County 3 South award.
Prittipaul, now 38, played 23 times for Hampshire between 2000 and 2004, making a career-best 152 against Derbyshire at Northlands Road.
Another familiar face at the presentation dinners will be Trojans’ Simon Williams, who plundered 800 runs for the Stoneham club’s third team, so he could spend the season playing alongside his teenage son Zac.
Williams’ run tally didn’t, though, win Trojans any medals. Dinton II won North West 3.
Twyford’s 37-wicket Tom Ducker and teenager Beaulieu all-rounder Matt Pooley, with 572 runs, will be picking up performance awards for the second season running.
Hampshire League awards -
Champions: Portsmouth & Southsea
Runners-up: Lymington II
Batting: Matt Benfield (P & S) 670 runs. Bowling: Keiron Dunstan (P & S) 31 wickets.
Batting: Tim Noble (Sway) 743 runs. Bowling: Matt Scorey (Compton & Chandler’s Ford) 30 wickets.
County 3 North
Champions: Odiham & Greywell
Batting: Jake Rowell (Hungerford) 842 runs. Bowling: Ben Fisher (South Wilts III) 28, Shaun Blanks (Liss) 28, Inayat Khan (RAM) 28 wickets.
County 3 South
Champions: Portsmouth II
Batting: Mike Hallett (Hayling Island) 889 runs. Bowling: Ryan Attree (Mudeford) 34 wickets.
County 4 North
Champions: IBM Hursley
Batting: Stuart Taylor (Wherwell) 840. Bowling (shared): Stuart Taylor and Nick Tomlin (Overton) 29 wickets.
County 4 South
Batting: Lawrie Prittipaul (Servicemaster) 546, Bowling: Dawn Ambi (Kerala) 40 wickets.
County 4 West
Champions: Langley Manor
Batting: Luke Hancock (Verwood) 609. Bowling: John Driscoll (Verwood) 35 wickets.
Regional 1 North East
Batting: Iain Dadd (Donnington) 602. Bowling: Marawat Hussain (Bishops Waltham II) 29 wickets.
Regional 1 North West
Batting: Adam Burrows (Sporting Wessex) 693. Bowling (shared): James Dovey (Whiteparish) 37, Tom Ducker (Twyford) 37 wickets.
Regional 1 South East
Champions: Ryde Cavaliers
Batting: Tommy Barton (Ryde Cavaliers) 759 runs. Bowling: Andy Philpott (Emsworth) 37 wickets.
Regional 1 South West
Champions: Sway II
Batting: Jason Cooper (Godshill) 614. Bowling: Dave Agha (Lyndhurst & Ashurst) 35 wickets.
Regional 2 South East
Champions: Portsmouth & Southsea
Batting: Sasi Mahesh (Challengers) 654. Bowling: Sean Swift (Bedhampton II) 35 wickets.
Regional Division 2 North East
Champions: Oakley II
Batting: Martin Rodger (Hartley Wintney) 400. Bowling: Chris Grannell (Crown Taverners) 25 wickets.
Regional Division 2 North West
Champions: Wellow & Plaitford
Batting: Harry Jenkins (Farley) 362. Bowling: Roy Cavill (Over Wallop) 32 wickets.
Regional 2 South West
Batting: Matt Pooley (Beaulieu) 572 runs. Bowling: Brad Varley (Beaulieu) 31 wickets.
Regional Division 3 North East
Iain Robbins (IBM Hursley) 243. Bowling: Tariq Butt (Aldershot) 20 wickets.
Regional Division 3 North West
Champions: Dinton II
Batting: Simon Williams (Trojans III) 800 runs. Bowling: Matt Knight (Thuuxton) 29 wickets.
Regional Division 3 South East
Champions: Waterlooville III
Batting: Fred Selman (Gosport Borough III) 495. Bowling: Jim Cooper (Rowner) 32 wickets.
Regional 3 South West
Champions: Lyndhurst & Ashurst II
Batting: Tim Rogers (Langley Manor IV) 633 runs. Bowling: Marc Pilton (Cadnam) 30 wickets.
Women’s Division 1
Batting: Kerry Harnett (Odiham & Greywell) 608. Bowling: Lucy Spooner (Aldershot) 17 wickets.
Women’s Division 2
Batting/bowling: Gamma Porter (Alton) 216 runs and 13 wickets.
Women’s Division 3
Batting: Emma Church (Railway Triangle) 210. Bowling: Anya Ahl (Andover) and Sarah Renda (Railway Triangle) 13 wickets.