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Chorley

(chôr`lē), town (1991 pop. 33,465) and district, Lancashire, NW England. Chorley's manufactures include cotton items and cotton mill machinery, rayon goods, rubber products, and shoes.

Chorley

a town in NW England, in S Lancashire: cotton textiles. Pop.: 33 424 (2001)
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The Boro deserved their interval lead but the second half was a different story as Chorley relentlessly piled on the pressure and visiting keeper Jordan Smith was forced into a number of saves as his defence struggled to keep the Lancastrians at bay.
Police described the incident as "domestic related," and said a 42-year-old woman from Chorley, had been arrested on suspicion of murder and remained in custody.
Chorley named their keeper Sam Ashton as man of the match.
TOMMY LAWSON can't wait for today's top-of-the-table clash at Chorley today.
Chorley started the brighter and the returning Faye ChadwicK made two excellent early clearances.
The Croft Park club beat league leaders and title favourites Chorley 3-1 in their last outing, a result which left them eighth in Evo-Stik Premier and helped clinch the division's team of the month award.
The defeat prevented Chorley from moving to the top of the table, but rubber-stamped Blyth's play-off credentials after another win at fortress Croft Park.
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This is a sensational result which shows the power of the internet," said Simon Chorley of Chorley's.