They rushed Lymington out for 98 before racing to a seven-wicket win at the Sports Ground, so often a graveyard for top visiting teams.
But this time it was Lymington who were buried in their own soil as Dan Stancliffe, pictured, (3-22) and Nick McMurray (3-26) ran amok with the new ball.
They lost their top four wickets for a meagre eight runs and half the Lymington side was back in the pavilion with only 33 runs on the board.
Richard Lock (32) and Ollie Calcott (24) were the only two batsmen to reach double figures before Geoff Dods (2-29) and Sully White (2-13) ended the innings at 98 in the 32nd over.
Two early wickets by Simon Beetham (2-33) ensured Burridge didn’t have it all their own way, but 16-year old Alex Willoughby (27) got his head down and forged a third-wicket partnership with Dods (42) before Will Steward lofted two big sixes to put an end to Lymington’s agony.