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Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Stefan Willoughby Chorley produced a virtuoso display in front of a packed house to see off titles rivals Stockport County. Team news Matt Challoner returned to Chorley’s starting XI after injury, replacing Stephen Jordan who dropped to the bench. Stockport made two changes with Sam Minihan & Matty Warburton coming back...

Words: Steve Topping; Pictures: Keith Bowes Chorley started by far the brighter of the two teams. Unfortunately, despite a series of good openings, The Magpies failed to capitalise. Twice in quick succession the home side found space inside the box only for the resultant first time shots to fly high and wide. Late in the...

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Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Josh Vosper The Magpies fought back from 2-0 and 3-2 down only to be stunned by two late goals at Moss Lane against playoff chasing Altrincham. Team news Altrincham made one change from Tuesday’s draw at Telford with Max Harrop coming in for Josh Hancock. Chorley made two changes from last weekend’s...

Words: Saskia Bowes; Pictures: Keith Bowes/Euxton Girls FC After a long trip to Chester Le Street last weekend and a midweek victory over local rivals Bolton on Wednesday, the ladies were at home to a young Barnsley side who were flying in the league. The pace the game started was fast and Barnsley had the...

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Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Stefan Willoughby Andy Teague’s stunning first half opener wasn’t quite enough for Chorley as a dubious late penalty for Telford meant the spoils were shared at Victory Park. Team news The Magpies made two changes to the side that drew with Chester as Josh Wilson returned from injury and Dale Whitham...

Words: Saskia Bowes; Pictures: Keith Bowes One of our longest away trips of the season started brightly with Chorley having the lion’s share of possession in the opening exchanges. Katy Morris was a livewire all game and within the first few minutes she had seen a shot saved before missing the target narrowly from a...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Josh Vosper The Magpies were frustrated by a committed Chester side as they claimed a point on their travels at the Swansway Chester Stadium. Team news Both teams made one change from last time out as Dan Mooney replaced Ben McKenna for Chester and new signing Shaun Tuton replaced Josh Wilson for...

Words: Saskia Bowes Pictures: Keith Bowes Chorley FC Women made it two wins on the bounce as they scored four times to repel the advances of Leeds on Sunday afternoon. The Whites did take the lead on 17 minutes when Emma Lee burst forward to calmly slot home past Rachel Darbyshire in front of a...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Stefan Willoughby Marcus Carver hit a goal in each half to send The Magpies seven points clear at the top with only six games to play. Team news One change for The Magpies as Josh O’Keefe returned from suspension to replace Alex Newby. Line-ups Chorley: Urwin; Challoner, Blakeman (Almond, 83′), Teague...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Josh Vosper Marcus Carver & Elliot Newby combined to send The Magpies four points clear at the top on a cold and miserable day in Lincolnshire. Team news Boston made two changes from their win at Southport last week with Chesterfield loanee George Smith making his debut and Brad Abbott returning in...

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Chorley FC is a non-league football club based in Lancashire, currently playing in the sixth tier of the English football pyramid.

Founded in 1875 as a rugby club before converting to football in 1883, The Magpies have played at their Victory Park home since 1920, reached the FA Cup Second Round twice and won a record 18 Lancashire FA Challenge Trophies.

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