Ben Barrow's first innings 51 and Marc Hadwin's figures of 5-21 eased Netherfield to a comfortable victory after they defeated St Annes by 100 runs at Parkside Road.
Netherfield batted first were all out for 201 off 49.4 overs, before the visitors were dismantled in their reply for 101 off 38.5 Overs.
After being put in by the visitors, Netherfield made a steady start after captain Barrow and James Park-Johnson put on a first wicket stand of 47.
St Annes made the breakthrough when Park-Johnson was bowled by Tom Higson while Bradley Earl put on an extra 20 runs, before his drive was picked out by Tom Bradley off the bowling of Mitch Bolus.
Netherfield at that stage were still in a position of control at 88-2, as both Barrow and the in-form Tom Bruce guided their team onto 119.
Barrow fell for 51 after he picked out Tom Bradley, while both Bruce and John Huck guided the Field onto 149.
Bruce hit 40 off just 36 balls, but was caught behind by Richard Staines after the New Zealand Professional played at a Schadley Van Schalkwyk delivery.
Despite the loss of Bruce, Netherfield moved ahead onto 164, before Huck fell for 26 after he was caught by Staines off the bowling of Matthew Grindley.
Grindley, who returned figures of 5-46, ripped through the lower order as Daniel Ingham, Theo Gallagher, Lewis Richardson and Joe Portman were all dismissed as Netherfield were reduced to 190-9.
St Annes cleaned the innings up when Hadwin was caught by Bolus with the hosts all out for 201.
In reply Netherfield restricted St Annes from scoring any runs for the first six overs, the pressure that was built up by the bowling attack as well as the fielding made life difficult for the visitors.
Netherfield on top of the innings reduced St Annes to 0-2 after Ingham dismissed both Luke Wilkes and De Wet Swart in quick succession.
Stu Dixon brought into the attack saw off St Annes professional Van Schalkwyk, who was caught behind by Huck as the visitors were left in real trouble.
St Annes restored some stability when Gurman Baines and Tom Higson pushed the score onto 63. However Hadwin bowled Higson for 12 on his return to the attack, before Bruce claimed the wicket of Baines for 69.
Hadwin dominated with the ball as he trapped Staines LBW, before he reduced St Annes to 81-8 when Tom Bradley and bolus became his next victims.
Lewis Richardson claimed the wicket of Henry Higson, before Hadwin finished the game off and ended with a return of 5-14 after he trapped Andy Drake for LBW, as St Annes were all out for 101.
Netherfield climb up to fifth in the table, after they ended with 15 points.