Bognor Regis CC will be looking to make it four games unbeaten when they head to in-form Three Bridges tomorrow.
Ryan Maskell’s side have performed well in the opening month of the Sussex Division Two campaign, losing just one of their opening four fixtures.
That good form continued last weekend when they chalked up a convincing 135-run over Ansty at The Regis Oval.
Second-placed Bognor are sure to be in for a tougher task tomorrow when they travel to fourth-placed Three Bridges tomorrow (12.30pm) when they face a side who are yet to lose this campaign.
Maskell will be looking to lead from the front once again. After being put into bat by Ansty, the skipper entered the field with his side at 27-2.
But Maskell (42) put on 83 for the third wicket with opener Josh Seward (37) to take Bognor over the 100 mark. Combined with a late salvo from Tom Woolnough (43) the home team reached 207-7 from their 45 overs.
Ansty never looked like reaching their total as they were bowled out for just 72. Bognor’s West Indian Marquino Mindley took 4-11