SALISBURY Lions will be hoping to roar to glory under the lights of the Ageas Bowl on Sunday evening in the final of the Southern League T20 Cup.

The South Wilts side will travel to the home of Hampshire Cricket Club looking to win back the trophy they last won in 2015.

Standing in the way of the Premier Division side are north Hampshire Division One outfit Hook and Newnham Basics.

They were last in the final of this competition in 2010, when they were beaten by Bashley

However, this season on their route to the Ageas Bowl, they have beaten two Premier Division sides, but will need a third to win the trophy for the first time in their history.

The Lions will start as favourites in a game which starts at 7pm under the lights, before it is the Plate final between Paultons and Sparsholt which begins at 3pm.

Entry to both games is free and there is free parking as well.

The Lions have won four games to reach the final and their quest started in the middle of June when they beat Lymington with Tom Morton and James Hayward both hit half centuries in their highest total of the campaign as they scored 193-4, as they won by a massive 79 runs.

In the second round on the first day of July, the Lions eased passed Langley Manor by 18 runs this time and Morton top scored with 48 in their winning total of 157-8.

In their quarter-final clash with Havant they came out on top by top by 12 runs as their 149-9 proved enough.

In their semi-final they won at St Cross by seven runs after scoring 135-8.