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No Christmas Number One, but progress has been made

It may be argued that Chatteris Town could have improved on their season so far heading into the festive break, but it’s safe to say they have already confirmed their status as a top-flight team. 799 more words

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Lilies back on track, but there is still room for complacency

Chatteris Town manager Ashley Taylor believes his side’s current form needs improvement after a mixed run of results.

Since their narrow cup exit to fellow league outfit Fulbourn Institute on 12th October, the Lilies have won and lost twice, the latest victory coming in a comfortable 4-0 win at Sawston United in the Kershaw Premier League. 348 more words

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Confidence all-round ahead of a testing week of fixtures

A weekend of potentially challenging fixtures are ahead for Chatteris Town. The 1st Team, Reserve Team and the ‘A’ Team are all in action tomorrow, but each are not guaranteed an easy ride for what could be a testing time for Ashley Taylor’s, Benji Brittin’s and Roger Manchett’s sides. 615 more words

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Introducing the Class of 2019 University Scholars

The Honors Welcome on Friday, August 26, recognized twelve new students joining the University Scholars program. University Scholars is a personal and professional development program for high-achieving students who serve as ambassadors for the University Honors program. 1,443 more words

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Taylor optimistic against the champions after mixed friendly campaign

Chatteris Town manager Ashley Taylor feels his side are ready for the visit of last year’s Kershaw Premier Division winners Great Shelford after coming off the back of a hard-fought pre-season. 470 more words

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Lilies begin preparations ahead of the new campaign

Coming off the back of one of the most fruitful years in the club’s history, it may be difficult to predict that Chatteris Town will repeat last season’s heroic success. 517 more words

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Ultimate Warrior

You’ve come here for a preview of Saturday’s game, and I won’t keep you long. Let me sum things up for you in two words: 575 more words

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