Brig’s run comes to a halt

Ossett Town 1 Bamber Bridge 0

Bamber Bridge’s long NPL First Division North unbeaten run came to an end at the hands of Ossett Town after defeat at Infield.

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Chorley players celebrate Nick Haughton's winner

Magpies battle past FC United

Chorley 1 FC United 0

In a gruelling contest, Chorley overcame not only FC United but also horrendous weather conditions to hand manager Matt Jansen a 40th birthday present of three very valuable National League North points.

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Chorley skipper Andrew Teague

‘Tin-man’ Teague has his focus on Magpies’ league form

Andrew Teague will attempt to get his body in some semblance of order just in time to take his place in the Chorley team this weekend.

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New Lancaster City signing Sam Hibbert is a doubt of Saturday's trip to Halesowen.

Boss Phil Brown pleased with Lancaster City’s progress

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown is pleased with how his side are developing after a promising start to life in the Evo-Stik Premier Division.

Kevin Davies in action for PNE

Kevin Davies appointed Southport boss

Former Preston North End striker Kevin Davies has been named as Southport's new manager.
Chorleys Scott Leather challenges for the ball during Saturdays FA Cup clash with Boston (photo: Josh Vosper)

Cod Army incentive for Magpies in cup

A mouth-watering Lancashire derby clash against Fleetwood Town at Victory Park awaits Chorley in the first round proper of the FA Cup.

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Chris Marlow (photo: Ruth Hornby)

Renno urges Brig men to enjoy top spot

Bamber Bridge boss Neil Reynolds has urged his players to enjoy the moment after they soared to the top of the table on Tuesday night.

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Mathew Davison in action for Charnock Richard

Late Woods strike keeps Charnock Richard’s unbeaten run going

Charnock Richard’s unbeaten run rolled on as they clinched a last-gasp 1-1 with Winsford United.

Alistair Waddecar hit the winner for Brig in a dramatic 3-2 victory over Brighouse Town last month

Reynolds eyes full house of Brig wins

Bamber Bridge boss Neil Reynolds might get himself wired up to a heart monitor in the dug-out at the Sir Tom Finney Stadium tomorrow.

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Phil Brown (Photo: Tony North)

Brown’s get back to basics Dolly Blues call

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown has urged his side to get back to basics after a difficult week.

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Phil Brown, pictured with Ryan Winder has urged his side to get back to basics.

Lancaster City boss challenges side to get back to basics

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown has urged his side to get back to basics after a difficult week.

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Non-league round-up

In the NPL First Division North, Bamber Bridge made it seven games without defeat – six of them in the league – with a 1-0 win at Ramsbottom United.

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Nick Haughton celebrates scoring the winning goal in front of the Chorley supporters (photo: Josh Vosper)

Magpies one step from FA Cup first round

Ashton Athletic 0 Chorley 1

A stunning strike in front of the BBC TV cameras by man-of-the-match Nick Haughton seven minutes from time booked Chorley’s ticket to the FA Cup fourth qualifying round.

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Phil Brown (photo: Tony North)

Blues bid to move closer to big boys

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown is ready for his side to be the underdogs for the first time in this season’s FA Cup on Saturday.

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Chorley celebrate with goalscorer Marcus Carver against AFC Telford United (photo: Josh Vosper)

Magpies moment in FA Cup’s limelight

Chorley will be hoping to make the most of their moment in the national spotlight this weekend when they take on Ashton Athletic in the FA Cup.

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Brad Carsley should be back this weekend

Reynolds wants even more from free-scoring Brig

Neil Reynolds wants to end an exciting week on a high note when Bamber Bridge face Ramsbottom tomorrow.

Lancaster City beat Shaw Lane 3-0 at Giant Axe earlier in the season.

Lancaster City bid to move step closer to FA Cup first round

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown is ready for his side to be the underdogs for the first time in this season’s FA Cup on Saturday.

Tom Kilifin took home the match ball after a fine hat-trick in Lancaster Citys win over Witton Albion at Giant Axe on Tuesday night.

Lancaster City 4-0 Witton Albion

Another dazzling attacking display from Lancaster City on Tuesday night saw them score four goals for the third consecutive home game, this time comfortably beating Witton Albion.

Alistair Waddecar got the dramatic stoppage-time winner

Non-league round-up: Brig win in ‘Renno time’

Bamber Brigde repeated the 3-2 come-from-behind victory against Brighouse that they recorded in an FA Cup preliminary-round tie last month.

Marcus Carver after scoring the second (photo: Josh Vosper)

Magpies almost let it slip but Carver delivers

Chorley 3 AFC Telford Utd 2

High drama at Victory Park kept a crowd of 1,125 on tenterhooks in a second half accurately described by Chorley boss Matt Jansen as ‘frenetic’.

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