Chorley


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Chorley

(ˈtʃɔːlɪ)
n
(Placename) a town in NW England, in S Lancashire: cotton textiles. Pop: 33 424 (2001)
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DARLINGTON 2 CHORLEY 2 DARLINGTON rewarded their hard-working fans with a point from a 2-2 draw at home to Chorley, writes RAY SIMPSON.
CHORLEY 1 MARINE 3 MARINE secured a brilliant 3-1 win against Chorley in the FA Trophy first round yesterday.
FOOTBALL FLEETWOOD have seen off three non-league opponents (Bromley, Gloucester and Southport) since joining the Football League ranks in 2012 and can sidestep another potential banana skin when taking on Chorley in front of the BT Sport cameras, writes Dan Childs.
BLYTH Spartans go in search of a fourth straight win when they take on another in-form side Chorley at Croft Park tonight.
BLYTH Spartans will look to consolidate their top-four place in Vanarama National League North tonight against Chorley.
KEVIN Wilson doesn't think his team got what they deserved as they slipped to a defeat away at high-riding Chorley.
David Mark Edwards, 51, was found with a stab wound to his chest at his home in Chorley, Lancs on Sunday evening.
Conference North CHORLEY 0 COLWYN BAY 0 By TIM CHANNON COLWYN Bay boss Frank Sinclair was disappointed his side didn't turn an excellent away point at top-four side Chorley into three.
Chorley continued to dictate play after the break but again Bay had chances with Hopley the provider for Marc Williams who had his header saved and a second header cleared off the line.
TOWN Ladies chalKed up a victory at Chorley for the second weeK running - this time in the Northern Women's Combination.
Officers say her son, who has not been named, then boarded another bus, bound for Chorley, a further 11 miles away, with his dead mum still in her wheelchair.