On a day when Chasetown needed a win to guarantee their play-off place, a draw was enough thanks to a last minute penalty at Sutton Coldfield.
A late goal from Nick Wellecomme maintained Chasetown’s advantage in the race for the play off places, writes Paul Mullins.
Chasetown moved two points clear of Halesowen and three clear of Sutton Coldfield (for 24-hours at least) with a convincing second half display.
Chasetown ended their home fixtures with an emphatic performance to destroy the world’s oldest football club and to move into the top five.
Craig Harris’ 50th match in charge of The Scholars finished goalless but keeps Chasetown in the play-off hunt overtaking Halesowen Town.
A dour game was won by a goal of individual brilliance from Chasetown substitute Paul Sullivan four minutes from full time.
The Chasetown promotion play-off push keeps its momentum with an emphatic win over Carlton Town, writes Paul Mullins.
The momentum is well and truly with Chasetown as they are coming up on the rails for a possible play off place.
Chasetown were good value for the three points in Derbyshire, to set up a crunch match in the battle for the play offs with Halesowen Town.
For the second time in three days, Chasetown were pitted against the team that occupied second position in the league table.
Chasetown were deserved winners, completing the double over second placed Stamford, in a dramatic game to keep their impressive winning run going.
Whether it’s too late for a play-off push this season remains to be seen, but the seeds for a promotion push next season are being truly sowed.
Nick Wellecomme ended a 6-match goal drought with a superb first half strike to earn Chasetown their third consecutive victory.
A goal in each half from Chasetown’s young guns saw The Scholars keep back-to-back clean sheets in league games for the first time this season.
Paul Sullivan smashed a sensational hat trick to earn Chasetown an emphatic win over Loughborough Dynamo.
Northwich pocketed the three points in controversial circumstances at The Scholars Ground, writes Paul Mullins.
Chasetown recorded a vital away win with the winning goal coming inside just two minutes, writes Paul Mullins.
The two teams on the field had to thank two other teams that this game even went ahead in the first place.
The scoreline was harsh on 9-man Chasetown as they put in some strong periods of play in a tough away encounter at promotion chasing Belper.
Visiting keeper Alex Mallong was the hero for the league’s basement club with a string of fine saves to keep the scoreline respectable.
On FA Cup Third Round weekend it was apt that three men so prominent in Chasetown’s victory over Port Vale in December 2007 were heavily involved.
New Year’s honours were even as Chasetown came from behind to draw at Halesowen on the opening day of 2013.
Only ten non-league games went ahead on Saturday, and this was the only game in the Evo-Stik Division 1 South on this final Saturday before Christmas.
Chasetown’s last home league game before Christmas had a bit of everything, but ultimately the Scholars left themselves with too much to do.
Chasetown’s four-match winning run came to an end with a bump, with a 4-0 reverse at their Staffordshire rivals.
Chasetown – watched on by a group of supporters from Cardiff City – survived the concession of an early goal to come back in fine style.
Chasetown’s first ever visit to Kirklington Road ended in a well-deserved victory, writes Paul Mullins.
Chasetown took a good point back from Yorkshire, but it could easily have been 3 points in an entertaining game.
Chasetown returned to winning ways with an emphatic victory over their Staffordshire rivals, writes Paul Mullins.
The hardy 30 or so Chasetown fans that made the Halloween trip to Nottinghamshire saw the best and worst of Chasetown in this game.
On an evening of Champions League football, Market Drayton’s winning goal would have graced both Old Trafford and the Nou Camp.
With Chasetown drawing 2 of the last 3 matches and Belper 6 out of their opening 9 league fixtures, it was hardly surprising that this finished level.
Chasetown slumped to their second three-goal margin defeat of the league season, with a below par performance in Leicestershire.
Goalkeeper Ryan Price was the hero with a string of fine second half saves to deny Mickleover victory.
An injury time equaliser from Tim Grice was no more than Leek Town deserved on the balance of play.
After the highs of an impressive win in the FA Trophy last weekend, Chasetown slumped to the low of a highly disappointing league defeat.
With so many games postponed locally due to the weather, it was credit to the Chasetown ground staff’s hard work that this game even went ahead.
League leaders Coalville Town were good value for their 4-1 win at The Scholars Ground extending their lead at the top.
Chasetown notched their fourth consecutive win with their best performance of the season so far, writes Paul Mullins.
Chasetown were good value for the three points at a sun-baked Scholars Ground, writes Paul Mullins.
Manager Craig Harris’ first game in charge at The Scholars Ground saw a 2-0 win in the Staffordshire derby.
Kings Lynn edged a closely fought game with a 66th minute winner from Russell Dunkley.
Sutton Coldfield needed to win this game and hope other results went their way to stand any chance of reaching the play-offs but Blues denied them with a late equaliser from the spot at Coles Lane on Saturday.
Blues crashed to defeat in their final home game of the season against promotion chasing Coalville on Tuesday.
Leek Town should have won this game against Belper Harrison Park on Saturday after dominating the second half against a Nailers’ side already assured of a play-off place.
Leek Town completed the double over a dogged Mickleover side at Harrison Park on Saturday but it wasn’t a great spectacle.
The latest statement from the FA regarding the 2020/21 season.
Basford United’s preparations for next season have already began after six players agreed new contracts.
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