Author: Mark Rees

Blank at Telford takes pledges total over £700

Clean sheets are always good news – managers love them, prescription goalkeepers love them and they bring in plenty of cash for youth development. A clean sheet is the single highest value pledge – we have 11 different people pledging amounts ranging from £1 to £5 each time the first team keeps a clean sheet.…
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September 24, 2016 0

£500 donated to youth development

The youth development squad has received a £500 cash boost from the Supporters Trust, the first fruits of the pledges scheme. Club Chairman Ken Wright and Chris Stammers, the course director of the youth development setup, took delivery of a giant cheque from Dave Tindall of the Trust on the pitch before the Salford match. The…
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September 17, 2016 0

Dunston FA Cup triumph raises a record £95 for youth development

Two goals and a clean sheet made this the biggest game yet for pledges, store beating the £86.50 raised in the 3-0 victory over Bradford Park Avenue early in the season. In addition to the usual suspects of £1 per goal and £2 per clean sheet, check Chorley’s youth development benefited from some FA Cup…
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September 17, 2016 0

Minutes from September open meeting

Present-Board Members David Tindall, online John Paul Lynch, more about John Derbyshire, John S.Derbyshire, D.H.G.Hartley. Others present 16 members. Apologies received from Ryan Modlin, Mark Rees. General In the absence of R. Modlin the meeting was taken by D.Tindall. Minutes of last meeting Last meeting was a very short one due to the Meet the…
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September 14, 2016 0

Salford pledges take total close to £600

The Salford City home match was worth £59 in pledges for Chorley’s youth setup. For the third time this season already we missed a penalty, pharm and that means that Julien Robb remains way out in front as our top pledger with £65, information pills over a tenth of the total amount pledged! He’s also…
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September 14, 2016 0

Youth development to benefit from first £500

The first team’s impressive start to the season has paid an early dividend for youth development at Chorley. After just ten matches – less than a quarter of the season – our pledges scheme has already raised over £500. And with £300 of that already collected in, more about we’re up and running. Saturday’s game…
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September 11, 2016 0

Altrincham pledges for youth development update

Our trip to Altrincham brought in £34.50 for youth development at Chorley, this site leaving the total raised so far just shy of £500. Each goal scored now brings in £9.50 in pledge money so Marcus Carver and Jason Walker’s goals were worth £19 to the young Magpies. The top pledger was Chris Foley whose…
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September 7, 2016 0

Tamworth win nets £60 for youth development

Jason Walker’s goal from outside the box at Tamworth, site coupled with a fine team effort for yet another clean sheet, brought us three points and raised £60.50 in pledges for youth development. Another win will see the money raised top £500, which is a good start. If you’ve been thinking of getting involved, here’s…
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September 3, 2016 0

Bank holiday pledges push total towards £400

The pledges scheme for youth development at Chorley continues to benefit from the first team’s impressive form. Two 1-0 wins over the bank holiday weekend brought in £132, 60mg pushing the total pledged so far to £398. We’re aiming to raise £3000 this season through the pledges scheme, with every penny we get going straight…
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August 31, 2016 0

Darlington setback for pledges

Our 2-0 defeat at Darlington was bad news on all counts for our pledge scheme. No goals and no clean sheet meant we raised a paltry £4 for Chorley’s youth development, symptoms taking the total so far to £266. Only two pledgers owe money for this game: Sheila Brennan, decease whose £2 when all subs…
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August 25, 2016 0