CHORLEY CC will be looking for revenge when they entertain Netherfield at Windsor Park on Saturday.

It comes after Ian Dickinson’s side crashed out of the Readers Cup at the quarter-final stage losing to the Cumbrian outfit in controversial fashion.

Dickinson said: “We had a decent team performance with a few key bowlers missing.

“There were some key umpire decisions on three occasions which did not go our way with a run out that wasn’t even close and two other that could have changed the whole game with their professional on 18 and 30 at the time.”

Chorley won the toss and Tom Bruce made 134 while John Huck chipped in with 68 as Netherfield reached 258-5 in their 40 overs.

Will Moulton and Brett Pelser bagged two wickets apiece while Ian Oakes took the other one.

In reply, Dickinson hit 29 and Edwin Moulton added 25 before South African Pelser was unbeaten on 57.

Alex Weetman (23) and Joseph Tiffin (22) showed some resistance at the tail end.

Dickinson added: “We will be missing two more players due to a holiday and a wedding (Tiffin and McCullough) but I can see no reason why we can’t turn them over on our own ground.”

On Saturday, Chorley secured an eight-wicket win at Preston on Saturday thanks a good all-round bowling performance and an unbeaten 38 from skipper Ian Dickinson.

The hosts batted first and were dismissed for 140, with Ian Oakes claiming 3-32 and both pro Nekoli Parris (2-10) and Will Moulton (2-23) pitching in too.

Pick of the batsmen for Preston was Mustafa Durrani, who made 50 before he was caught by Ed Moulton off the bowling of Oakes.

The reply was very straightforward for the Windsor Park side as they knocked it off in 42 overs.

Stuart Naden was trapped lbw for 24 and Parris was stumped for 23.

But Dickinson and Ed Moulton (31no) saw their side home with ease.

Darwen tasted defeat for the first time in three weeks as they lost by four wickets at St Annes.

Captain Mark Friend top scored with 43 and Reece Davies made 24 not out in a total of 102.

But that didn’t prove enough, as their hosts got over the line with plenty of overs to spare despite Chris Wade claiming impressive figures of 3-25.

Dickinson said: “It was a good all-round team performance against Preston in the field.

“All the bowlers were spot on especially young Joe Barker who got his first two first team league wickets.”