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Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Stefan Willoughby The Magpies fought back from a difficult first half to claim a share of the points against Boston United on a wet and miserable afternoon at Victory Park. Team news Chorley made two changes from the previous Saturday with Alex Newby & Marcus Carver returning to the starting XI...

by Saskia Bowes & Steve Topping Chorley were looking to put their recent run of defeats behind them as they faced fellow mid-table outfit Leeds United Ladies. After an even first five minutes it was Leeds who put in the first serious attack, but the shot was well saved by Rachel Darbyshire. Good interplay between...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Josh Vosper The Magpies suffered a second defeat at Edgeley Park within a month, falling out of the FA Trophy at the first time of asking against National League North rivals Stockport County. Team news County swapped in Jamie Stott & Paul Turnbull for Sam Walker & Sam Minihan following their 3-2...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Josh Vosper Chorley’s Emirates FA Cup adventured ended for another year as they found League One Doncaster, on their home turf, just too good on a bitterly cold evening in South Yorkshire. Team news Doncaster brought in Matty Blair & Alfie May following their 2-1 home win over AFC Wimbledon on Saturday....

by Saskia Bowes Having reached the final of the LFA Challenge Cup last year, Chorley were looking to put their recent bad form behind them as they faced familiar league foe Burnley FC Women in the quarter-finals, a team who’d been in fine form. The game started at a high tempo and both teams were...

by Alex Birch The Magpies banished their recent league struggles with a clinical display against third placed Kidderminster at Aggborough. Team news Harriers made two changes to the side that drew at Nuneaton last Saturday with Russ Penn & Declan Weeks coming in. Chorley brought in Stephen Jordan, Jake Cottrell & Josh Wilson for Scott...

by Saskia Bowes The magic of the FA Cup was not lost on Chorley who looked to reach the second round of the competition. The opponents on the day were Stockport, a team who Chorley had faced twice in pre-season. After an impeccably observed minute silence, the game started in a scrappy fashion with neither...

by Alex Birch The Magpies came within 12 minutes of stunning League One promotion hopefuls Doncaster Rovers, but had to settle for a replay at the Keepmoat Stadium, after a pulsating FA Cup tie. Line-ups Chorley: Urwin, Challoner, Blakeman, Teague (c), Leather, Meppen-Walter, Glynn (Whitham, 74’), O’Keefe (Cottrell, 28’), Carver, Almond (Anson, 64’), E.Newby. Subs...

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by Chris Park The Magpies will be unable to defend the LFA Challenge Trophy as they suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat to neighbours Bamber Bridge. Chris Marlow scored the only goal of this second round tie on the hour for the Northern Premier League side, and Brig were able to hold out a place in...

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by Saskia Bowes   Chorley were looking to bounce back after last week’s defeat to Barnsley as they hosted Chester-le-Street in the FAWNL. The game started at a high tempo with both sides showing their physical strength. Numerous challenges were made in the opening exchanges which made for an exciting start to the match. The...

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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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