He piloted the young Oaks home single-handed, scoring the last 36 runs of the innings after his side had slipped to 96-4 against the previously unbeaten North Hampshire side, who posted 130-5.
Leg-spin all-rounder Charlie Neville hit an unbeaten 50 for Hook to create a most unusual occurrence in indoor cricket where opposing players hit half-centuries.
Fair Oak, fielding the youngest team in the county-wide youth competition, also beat New Forest by two runs, with little Ben Smith carrying his bat for an unbeaten 30.
The Forest were also beaten by Hook – Tom Reynolds top scoring in both matches, with 38 and 34 not out.
Hook Hurricanes 127-2 (Armstrong 27*, Taylor 27*, Neville 20, Gardner 18*)
New Forest 112-4 (Reynolds 38*, Thomas 24, Tompkins 17, Armstrong 2-28)
Hook Hurricanes won by 15 runs.
Hook Hurricanes 130-5 (Neville 50*, Robson 23, Gardner 22)
Fair Oak 131-5 (Middleton 64*, Gardner 2-33)
Fair Oak won by one wicket.
Fair Oak 116-4 (Smith 30*)
New Forest 114-4 (Reynolds 34*, Abbas 2-28)
Fair Oak won by two runs.