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NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Taylor vows for consistency as Lilies extend unbeaten run

Chatteris Town must be more consistent if they are to progress.

Manager Ashley Taylor saw his side earn a point at Cambridge City Development last Saturday, extending their unbeaten run to four games thanks to Gary Smith’s 87th-minute equaliser. 378 more words


Galactic Fashion, Episode 27: Ashley Taylor

Galactic Fashion is a monthly podcast dedicated to Star Wars and geek fashion, hosted by Johnamarie Macias and Teresa Delgado and part of the Jedi News Network. 332 more words


OPINION: Lilies' search for supremacy back on track

Before the season began, Ashley Taylor stated that promotion was the standout objective come April.

And judging by how his Chatteris Town side have started, it seems their true capabilities are beginning to shine through, not just to their opponents, but to the rest of the competition. 500 more words


NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Derby success, regaining fitness and new recruits just some of the ideas on Taylor's pre-season wish list

Chatteris Town boss Ashley Taylor believes his side can reign victorious on rival territory as they begin their pre-season campaign tomorrow.

The Lilies tackle March Town at The GER on Thursday (7.45pm kick-off) in the annual Bill Salisbury Memorial Cup fixture, their first test of a five-match friendly programme, in which they seek to reclaim the prestigious trophy back from the Hares after losing 1-2 at West Street last summer. 331 more words


Maria Yakovleva, Robert Gabdullin and Andrey Teterin

Maria Yakovleva Мария Яковлева as “Odette / Odile”, Robert Gabdullin Роберт Габдуллин as “Prince Siegfried” and Andrey Teterin Андрей Тетерин as “Von Rothbart”, “Swan Lake… 76 more words


Maria Yakovleva and Eno Peçi

Maria Yakovleva Мария Яковлева as “Tatiana” and Eno Peçi as “Onegin”, “Onegin” choreography by John Cranko, music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Das Wiener Staatsballett Vienna State Ballet (March 1, 2017) 20 more words


END-OF-SEASON REVIEW: Top-four spots just out of reach, but a solid return to Step Seven football for Taylor's Lilies

Perhaps not a season to remember compared to last, but it has been a solid return to the Cambridgeshire top flight for Chatteris Town.

The Lilies finished fifth in the Kershaw Premier Division after spending much of the season in the top four spots, having not enjoyed the successes of the 2015-16 promotion-winning campaign. 728 more words