Wickramasinghe, with 629 runs, saw off challenges from teen pair Dan Bailey (Sway) and Jacob Harris (Gosport Borough) to become lead run scorer, while Green [left] is top wicket taker for the second consecutive season.
New Milton raised Eric Linge made a hefty 811 runs for Ferndown Wayfarers, while Salisbury teen Henry Smith grabbed the opportunity to underline his swing bowling prowess by taking 33 wickets for South Wilts.
Hampshire Women's starlet Providence Cowdrill helped IBM Hursley win County 3 North with 32 wickets.
It was all in the Line of Duty for policeman Sam Godfrey to win the County 3 South batting prize with 772 runs for Cadnam, while Gregor McKenzie literally walked away with the County 4 North batting prize for Twyford.
Cricketers to receive their awards at the Hampshire League presentation dinner at the Ageas Bowl on Friday 8 November -
COUNTY DIV. 1: Suji Wickramasinghe (Burridge) - 629 runs
COUNTY DIV. 1: Ollie Green (Parley) - 36 wickets
COUNTY DIV. 2: Eric Linge (Ferndown Wayfarers) - 811 runs
COUNTY DIV. 2: Henry Smith (South Wilts) - 33 wickets
COUNTY DIV. 3N: Elliot Hennessey (Oakley) - 801 runs
COUNTY DIV. 3N: Providence Cowdrill (IBM Hursley) - 32 wickets
COUNTY DIV. 3S: Sam Godfrey (Cadnam) - 772 runs
COUNTY DIV. 3S: Ali Gajic (Verwood) - 35 wickets
COUNTY DIV. 4N: Gregor McKenzie (Twyford) - 729 runs
COUNTY DIV. 4N: Ollie Emslie (Wherwell) - 30 wickets
COUNTY DIV. 4S: Stuart Gurney (Ryde) - 660 runs
COUNTY DIV. 4S: Warren Turner (Railway Triangle) - 32 wickets
COUNTY DIV. 4W: James Brown (Burley) - 883 runs
COUNTY DIV. 4W: Marc Burton (Farley) - 35 wickets