A quick start from both teams resulted in two goals in the opening 15 minutes.
Harry Cardwell put the Magpies in front, tapping home a Billy Whitehouse flick-on, before Kian Harratt beat the offside trap to knock in a Jon Russell cross minutes later.
The goals continued to flow as the half went on.
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Reece Brown, who featured for Peterborough in last season’s FA Cup second-round tie against Chorley gave Town the lead on 21 minutes, only for the hosts to hit straight back through a Connor Hall penalty.
Hall then turned provider as the Magpies retook the lead right on half time – the forward finding his strike partner Cardwell, who made no mistake from close range.
Within 10 minutes of the restart it was 4-2 to the hosts – Billy Whitehouse firing home a beautiful effort from range.
Cardwell’s hat-trick goal followed soon after as he made no mistake beating Nicholas Bilokapic off another Hall assist.
Chorley’s No.9 almost grabbed a fourth, only for Bilokapic to deny him brilliantly, before the Town stopper also denied Hall a second as the clock ran down.
The Magpies finish their home slate of pre-season friendlies on Tuesday when David Unsworth’s Everton Under-23s visit Victory Park (7:30pm).
Admission is priced at £10 for adults, £5 for 12-17-year-olds and free for season ticket holders and accompanied under-12s.
Chorley: Trialist; Henley (Ustabaşı 70(Scarborough 73), Smith, Halls, Baines, Whitehouse, Cardwell, Hall, Shenton, Okome (Trialist 46), Blakeman (Owens 51). Subs not used: Tomlinson.
Huddersfield: Bilokapic; Spencer, Headley, Crichlow (Kherbouche 62), Jackson, Brown (Krasniqi 62), Obiero, Diarra, Harratt (Elliott 66), Russell (Midgley 60), Bright.
Referee: D McNamara.
Assistants: N Eaves and E Murray.