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AWAY TRAVEL | Bookings now being taken for Gainsborough Trinity

We are now taking bookings for the supporters coaches for our match against Gainsborough Trinity on Tuesday 30 January.

 

Details on how to book your place on the coach are below.

 

 

Departure

·         Departure:  Tuesday 30 January @ 4:00pm (7:45pm KO)

·         Leaving from Brindle Street

·         Price:

o    £12 adults

o    £10 under 16's (when accompanied by a responsible adult)

 

Travel Rules

·         No alcohol will be permitted

·         Under 16’s must be accompanied by a responsible adult

·         Seats must be booked in advance, ring 01257 230007.

·         Office hours 12pm to 2pm, please leave a message and you will be called back if there is no answer.

·         Bookings may also be taken on home matchdays from 12pm.

 

BREAKING NEWS : Haughton recalled

Fleetwood Town have recalled Nick Haughton from his season long loan at Chorley Football Club.

The League One side have triggered a recall clause which was an option in his contract during the month of January.

The 23 year-old made 25 appearances for the Magpies, scoring 13 goals in all competitions.

Everyone at Chorley FC would like to thank Fleetwood Town and Nick for his time at the club, and we wish him the very best for the future.

MATCH REPORT | Curzon Ashton 0-2 Chorley

Four games without a win for the Magpies and without a goal to their name in that time meant Matt Jansen rang the changes up front for this visit to Curzon Ashton.

 

Marcus Carver, Jason Walker and Dale Whitham were moved to the bench in place of Nick Haughton, Josh Wilson (who were both rested for Tuesday’s defeat to Harrogate Town) and Delilal Brewster, who made his first start for the club.

 

Early pressure from the hosts was well dealt with by the Chorley defence before a searching cross from a corner was gathered up by Cameron Mason in the Curzon goal.

 

But Chorley’s long awaited goal came in the 13th minute when Wilson jumped to meet Adam Blakeman’s corner to head past Mason for a deserved lead.

 

Chorley almost grabbed a second two minutes later but the free kick was turned over the bar and the assistant had his flag raised for offside anyway.

 

Curzon had their first real effort on the half hour when Joe Guest forced a good save from Matt Urwin after Nial Cummins had laid him off on the edge of the area.

 

The home side saw another effort go to waste nine minutes before the break when Jonathan Hunt headed over Sam Walker’s free kick.  Andy Teague almost headed into his own net as the half came to a close but the cross bar came to his rescue.

 

15 minutes into the second half Carver was brought on to replace Brewster and almost had an immediate impact – his first attempt sailed narrowly wide before a through ball from Haughton saw him go one-on-one with Mason but he shot straight at the keeper’s legs.

 

Chorley finally doubled their lead, and sealed all three points, on 76 minutes. A short throw-in from Matt Challoner to Haughton saw the midfielder dribble past three Curzon players and fire into the bottom corner for a 2-0 scoreline.

 

Chorley: Urwin, Challoner, Blakeman, Teague (C), Leather, Jordan, Haughton (Whitham 84), O’Keefe, Wilson (Walker 78), Brewster (Carver 61), Cottrell; Subs: Anson, Mooney.

 

HT: 0-1 FT: 0-2

GOAL: Josh Wilson (13), Nick Haughton (76)

YELLOW: Andy Teague (44), Marcus Carver (90+3)

Referee: Paul Brown

Assistants: Daniel Bennett, Alex Clark

PLAYER MOVEMENT | Ashton moves to Ramsbottom

Goalkeeper Sam Ashton has continued his rehabilitation from a serious knee injury, by signing for Evo-Stik Division One North side Ramsbottom United.

 

Ashton signed for Kendal Town over Christmas, and featured twice for the Cumbrian side, but has now moved to Ramsbottom to continue his progression.

 

LATEST NEWS | Club Lottery looking for collecting agents

Do you have a few hours to spare each month to help your local community club and earn yourself some extra cash?

The Club Lottery is looking for collecting agents to call at the homes of lottery players to collect their payments. Collections are carried out every four weeks, and collectors have up to seven days to complete their ‘rounds’.

All of our rounds are well established and are being covered by other members of the lottery team at the moment, but we need additional collectors to help spread the workload.

The role is classed as self-employed, and commission is payable at the rate of 15% of all monies collected. A further 5% is also payable as a quarterly bonus, subject to the meeting of certain criteria. Additional travel expenses may also be covered if you take on rounds out of your own area.

This work would ideally suit someone who has recently retired or works part-time or someone who just wants some regular fresh air and exercise, with the added bonus of meeting some very nice people and earning some extra cash. Whilst a lot of the collecting can be done during the day, there will be a small amount of evening and weekend work involved.

You will ideally need to have your own transport, although some of the rounds could be completed on foot if you live in the area.

If you are interested in joining our lottery team, please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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