NETHERFIELD won their third consecutive game after they defeated Chorley by 176 runs at Parkside Road last Saturday.

The Field put on a dominant display, after Matt Jackson returned second innings figures of 7-34 where Chorley were bowled out for just 57 off 23.2 overs.

Netherfield dominated the first innings, which saw the hosts post an imposing total of 233-7 off 50 overs.

Netherfield, who lost the toss and were put in to bat, made an imposing start when both Ben Barrow and Josh Dixon put on an imposing first-wicket stand of 78.

Chorley made the breakthrough when Gaurav Dhar bowled Barrow for 43, before Dixon and Mundhe combined to put Netherfield on 116.

Mundhe, who had batted well for 55 became the next wicket to fall after he picked out Will Moulton off the bowling of Samuel Steeple,while Dixon's fine innings eventually came to an end in the 40th over after he was run out for 71.

Netherfield went on to lose three quick wickets with James Bowman, Tom Anderton and Finlay Richardson departing in quick succession.

Brad Earl's added 31 before he departed, falling to Moulton, who returned figures of 3-51.

Lewis Richardson contributed with an undefeated 12, as Netherfield closed on 233-7 off 50 overs.

In reply, Jackson saw off both Siddesh Lad and Harry Barclay while Shrikant Mundhe claimed the wicket of Louis Johnson.

Jackson continued to rip through the visitors where he picked up his third wicket seeing off Will Moulton, who was caught by Lewis Richardson.

Samuel Medhurs was then brought into the attack and bowled Chorley captain Andrew Holdsworth for 27, before Jackson ripped through the lower order bowling.

Jackson finished with figures of 7-34 when he bowled Steeple before Medhurst finished the game off taking the wicket of Dhar, with Chorley all out for just 57 off 23.2 overs.