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By Oliver Thomas UCFB
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This week saw only two fixtures played in Division K, with two home victories and one in particular being a very convincing win.

Chorley win back-to-back matches as they demolished Crewe Alexandra 10-1, which gave the home side only their third league win of the season.

After a great win last week which saw Chorley beat MMU 4-1, they managed to better that result by scoring another six goals this time out against Crewe.

That win for Chorley saw them leapfrog their opponents and go into 6th place on nine points, while Crewe Alexandra drop down one place to 7th. Despite Crewe also being on nine points - as their goal difference has been hampered by this week’s defeat - they sit just behind Chorley.

Elsewhere, Stockport County beat Stalybridge Celtic 3-0, which – like Chorley – meant that they also won back-to-back matches in Division K.

County are now only one point behind second placed Preston North End (Myerscough), as they go on to 16 points, recording their fifth league win of the season.

For Stalybridge, that result sees them remain in 8th place on four points, five points away from their nearest rivals Crewe Alexandra.

Due to the weather, there were three League Cup matches involving Division K sides that were unfortunately postponed.

AFC Fylde’s tie with FC Halifax Town, as well as Preston North End (Myerscough) versus Mansfield Town and Chester’s away trip to Mansfield Town Brooksby, were all called off.

Now as Christmas is just round the corner, fixtures are beginning to dry up over the festive period, however there is one match that is scheduled for next week that will hopefully avoid the wintery conditions.

AFC Fylde’s League Cup fixture with FC Halifax Town is the only match scheduled for next week which involves a Division K side.

The groundsmen at Kellamergh Park will do everything they can to beat off the weather as they attempt to salvage this fixture once again.

This match is set to be played next week on Wednesday 20th December.

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