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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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It remained goalless at the break, but Chorley performed well at the start of the secondhalf, with Stockport forced to defend deep to prevent the visitors finding the net.
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.
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.
Chorley were National League North play-off finalists last season but that counted for nothing as the visitors, cheered on by a sizeable travelling support, raced into a two-goal lead.
THE Seagulls produced a battling performance to earn an impressive point at Conference North rivals Chorley, who boast one of the best home records in the division.
Stroke victim Colin Farmer, 61, collapsed to the ground in shock after he was hit in the back with the gun while walking down the street in Chorley, Lancs.
Gritton will go straight into the squad to face Chorley at Victory Park, where an all-ticket crowd of around 3,000 will watch today's showdown between Division One North leaders Chester and their second-placed rivals.
The fabulous vase sold at auction on march 25 at Chorley's, Prinknash abbey Park.
Some are despised, while others - including Labour's hardworking Hoyle in Chorley - have earned respect.
Unibond League COLWYN BAY...............................3 CHORLEY........................................1 STRIKERS Adriano Rigoglioso and Neil Black shared the goals as Colwyn Bay ended a run of four straight home defeats by seeing off Chorley and moving up to third in Unibond Division One North.
The second half-hour belonged to Chorley, but wayward shooting let them down.
Willenhall Town ended with nine men after John Quilt and Mark Creighton were red-carded but they still defeated Chorley 3-2 at Noose Lane to move into the quarter-finals of the UniBond Challenge Cup.