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Words: Steve Topping; Pictures: Keith Bowes Looking to turn their recent run of defeats around, The Magpies faced a difficult fixture against a Bolton side buoyed by some excellent recent cup results. After an early exchange of corners it was Bolton who settled into their stride quickest. Their pacy attacks forced several corners but the...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Stefan Willoughby Chorley saw off the challenge of Guiseley with ease to tighten their grip on the National League North top spot Team news The Magpies were unchanged from the 4-1 defeat of Altrincham. New signing Adam McGurk made the bench alongside the fit-again Stephen Jordan. The Lions brought in Alex...

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Words: Steve Topping; Pictures: Keith Bowes Injuries and illness meant Chorley made the long trip to Billingham with just eleven players, with very strong blustery wind combined with a dry bobbly pitch ensured neat passing football would be at a minimum. A series of early corners by Norton were easily dealt with by the Chorley...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Stefan Willoughby The Magpies produced a stunning second half display to swat away a dangerous Altrincham side and open up a six-point lead at the top of the table. Team news Chorley made one change to the side that drew at Hereford, with Scott Leather returning in place of Lewis Baines....

Words: Steve Topping; Pictures: Keith Bowes Chorley were looking to put their recent run of defeats behind them as they faced top-of-the-table Burnley at Victory Park on Sunday afternoon. It soon became obvious that the game would follow the previous encounter from November in being a hard-fought, physical encounter. Chorley pressed early with some lively...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Josh Vosper Josh Gowling’s injury time equaliser denied the Magpies all three points on a testing day in Herefordshire. Team news The Bulls made one change from their New Year’s Day defeat at Kidderminster with Theo Wharton replacing George Lloyd. The Magpies made one change from New Year’s Day, as number...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Stefan Willoughby The Magpies returned to the top of the Vanarama National League North with a dominant attacking display, scoring four goals against FC United for the second time within a week. Team news The Magpies made one change from Saturday’s victory at Curzon Ashton with Alex Newby returning in place...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Josh Vosper The Magpies ended the year on a high securing a gutsy 1-0 victory at strugglers Curzon Ashton. Team news Luke Wall replaced Louis Khoury in The Nash’s only change from their Boxing Day derby defeat to Ashton United. The  Magpies made two changes to the side that won at...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Josh Vosper A brilliant second display saw Chorley score three times without reply to kill off the stubborn challenge of FC United. Team news Both sides made one change from Saturday. Elliot Simoes started ahead of Tom Peers from FC United and The Magpies handed a debut to recent goalie signing...

Words: Alex Birch; Pictures: Stefan Willoughby The Magpies gave up the Vanarama National League North top spot as Blyth made it seven wins on the spin on a tough day at Victory Park. Team news The Magpies made three changes to the team that outplayed Darlington last weekend as Danny Eccles, Josh Wilson & new...

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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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