CAPTAIN Andy Bradley will be looking for revenge when Prestwich travel to third-from-bottom Thornham on Saturday.

With their Lancashire County League game at Roe Green abandoned due to rain on Saturday, Prestwich moved 17 points clear at the top of the table with a comfortable victory against lowly Flowery Fields on Sunday.

And now Bradley is hoping the leaders can extent that run with victory against last year's bogey team.

"Thornham beat us twice last season, and although they haven't been doing so well this year, we know they can be dangerous.

"We will be doing our best to beat them to get a little bit of revenge."

Personal milestones were again broken as the Heys men claimed a routine 114-run win at home to Flowery Field.

Professional Marty Walters and James Wharmby both passed 700 runs for the season as they batted their way to top scores of 54 and 41 respectively.

Despite a number of wickets falling cheaply in the middle of the order, Tom Scott hit 35 and Wilf Reeve's 20 not out was his highest score for the club.

Tom Gibson notched up his 400th run of the campaign with 15 and youngster Nathan Bailey (10) also impressed as Prestwich totalled 215-9.

Michael Graham was the pick of the Flowery Field bowlers taking 5-76.

With Bradley taking another five-wicket haul, his 57th of the campaign, the visitors' reply never really got going.

Steve Wharton top-scored with 37 but Bradley's 5-24 and Stanbury's 3-29 skittled Flowery Field for 101.

"It was a pretty straightforward victory," said Bradley.

"It was a bit of a sticky wicket because of the rain the day before so that made it a bit difficult to bat on so we were happy with our total."