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By Oliver Thomas UCFB
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Three matches took place this week in Division K with champions Chester winning along with Hyde United and Stockport County.

Champions Chester managed to go the entire league season unbeaten after a Cain Noble hat-trick inspired Calum McIntyre’s side to a fantastic 5-0 thrashing away at Chorley.

Leighton Kendrick and Stuart Crilly also got themselves onto the scoresheet, helping Chester win their 14th match of the campaign.

Dropping only four points this season, Chester have eased to Division K glory and with a goal difference of +59 – scoring 66 goals and conceding just 7 – the Blues have shown how they are head and shoulders ahead of every side in this division and how they have dominated throughout the campaign. 

Chorley still have three remaining fixtures in Division K, but even if they claim maximum points from those matches, they cannot move above sixth place in the league.

Elsewhere in Division K, Hyde United cruised to a 4-0 victory at home to Stalybridge Celtic.

Hyde finish their campaign with 25 points, winning eight league matches this season.

For Stalybridge, they still have one final match to play in Division K as they will travel to Chorley and a victory in that match could see them leapfrog Crewe Alexandra and move up to seventh spot.

Stockport County secured second place in Division K after beating MMU 3-1.

County’s 11th win of the season moves them on to 31 points with one match to play, meaning that third placed Preston North End (Myerscough) cannot catch Stockport, as they currently have 27 points with one game remaining.

For MMU, they still have one more chance to avoid finishing bottom of the pile if they win their final match of the season at home against Crewe Alexandra.

Next week, there are a number of games scattered across the week, starting on Tuesday 24th April where MMU face Crewe Alexandra.

The following day sees Chorley host Stalybridge Celtic before the home side play again two days later as they face second placed Stockport County.


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