Magnificent Chorley booked their place in the last 16 of the ECB National Knockout on Sunday as they beat big spending Bamford Fieldhouse in the regional final.

Andy Holdsworth's men, who were skittled for just 38 in the Northern League on Saturday, bowled out the moneybags Saddleworth League outfit for just 120 at Windsor Park.

The victory led to dreams of a return to Lord’s, where Roland Horridge’s team won two successive finals against Ealing and Clifton Flax Bourton in 1994 and 1995 and reached the showpiece again in 1996 where they lost to Walsall.

And then a brilliant 80 not out from Ian Dickinson led them to a six-wicket win.

Chorley will now travel to face Shrewsbury on Sunday, July 14 as they bid to take another step on the road to Lord's. Chorley’s league revival was brought to a shuddering halt as reigning Chorley Building Society Northern League champions Fleetwood proved they are determined to hang onto their crown with a clinical demolition on Saturday.

After a slow start, Andrew Holdsworth's men went into the trip to Broadwater on the back of a four-game unbeaten run – but they saw their day wrecked by Australian reality show star and Fleetwood professional Ian Holland.

The unheralded 22-year-old Victorian, who won an Australian TV competition called Cricket Superstar as the Aussies looked for different ways to discover fresh talent, is making waves Down Under and was a class apart on Saturday. He had Chorley in a world of trouble from the off and claimed the early wicket of David Fisher. But even that nick through to wicketkeeper Lee Jones didn't give much of a hint of the collapse to come as Chorley slumped to 6-4 and 11-6.

Batsmen Ian Dickinson apart simply had no answer to Holland and Sam Bell on what was a nightmare day.

Dickinson was the only man to make double figures as he made 17 from 71 balls but Chorley were rolled out for just 38 in 31 overs with Holland claiming 7-20 from 16 overs while Bell claimed 3-14 in 15 overs and Jones also enjoyed his day as he collected five catches behind the wickets.

Chorley really only had pride to play for as they tried to defend a meagre total – but Adam Parker and Mike Clinning were ruthless as they clattered Fleetwood to a rapid win in just 8.1 overs.