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Sportsmans Dinner - Friday November 16th

FRIDAY November 16th is Sportsmans Dinner night at Chorley FC.

The night will be MC'd by Radio Lancashire's Ian Chisnell.  Former Burnley player, now one of the country’s leading after dinner speakers Steve Kindon will be joined by top comedian Jimmy Bright in what promised to be a night of top entertainment.

The price includes a three-course meal and there will be a charity auction.

Tickets are available from the social club.

Stretched Magpies earn a point at Rushall

AN already wafer thin Magpies squad was stretched even more in today’s nil-all draw at Dales Lane.

With only 15 players available to travel, John Cunliffe was withdrawn before a ball was kicked after picking up a groin strain in the pre-match warm up, meaning the Magpies only had three players on the bench.  Add to this knocks taken during the match by Mark Ross and Simon Garner, the team Garry picks for Tuesday night’s Lancashire derby against AFC Fylde will be from a very limited squad.

However, despite our own injury crisis it looked like things might have been very much worse for Rushall striker Ahmed Obeng, who collapsed early in the second half meaning the game was delayed for some 20 minutes while both club physio's treated the player.  Thankfully he was later released from hospital having sustained a broken rib and punctured lung just before collapsing.

Read all about today game here.

TWO strikers depart Victory Park

Following Tuesday night’s draw with Nantwich Town both Steve Foster and Darren Stephenson have left Chorley Football Club.

Read more: TWO strikers depart Victory Park

Magpies and Dabbers share spoils in six goal thriller

Chorley had to settle for the first draw of the season despite coming fro behind twice, then themselves losing the lead with the final goal.

A win would have taken Chorley to the top of the league, but second place will have to do (until tonight’s fixtures when we could drop a place or two).

Read all about it here.

Magpies back to winning ways

THE Magpies recorded their fourth away league win from five game with a one-nil success at Eastwood Town thanks to a 67th minute strike by Chris Denham.

Andy Teague and Jamie Vermiglio returned to action and it was no surprise to see the team look more solid at the back and record a clean sheet after conceded six in the last two matches.

Read the match report here.

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