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GRAEME MONTGOMERY struck late as the Clarets had nothing to show for a battling performance as the 2014-15 season drew to a close.
Goals from Joe Ward, Mark Hughes & Mason Spence helped Chelmsford secure a 3-1 away win at 10-man Farnborough as the host’s relegation was confirmed.
MARK HAINES’ superb volley handed the Clarets a derby victory as they battled from a goal down to record the three points.
City’s away woes continued after they fell to an undeserved 1-0 defeat away at Sutton United thanks to a 94th minute winner from Kevin Amankwaah.
JONATHAN HOOPER’S winner kept Havant's play-off hopes within reach, as both sides finished the match with ten men.
First half goals from Ed Oshodi and Matty Harriot, and a late strike from Kyle Connolly were enough for Hemel to secure a 3-1 win.
JOE WARD rescued a late point for the Clarets with his eighth goal of the season as they were held by lowly Maidenhead.
MASON SPENCE opened his goal scoring account for the club to dent Gosport’s play-off aspirations.
MANNY WILLIAMS’ last-minute penalty cancelled out Michael Cheek’s 23rd goal of the season to deal a sickening blow to the hosts.
TWO GOALS from Moses Ademola saw off the Clarets, who ended the match with nine men, as Bromley climbed to the top of the league.
The Clarets were made to pay for failing to convert a plethora of chances in front of goal as they fell to a 2-0 defeat at Maidenhead United.
SUBSTITUTE Taylor Miles' long-range strike was just enough for Concord to claim the three points in a hotly contested fixture at the Aspect Arena.
A FORTUITOUS goal from Joe Ward and an own goal by Darren Locke was enough for the Clarets to hold on and record the three points.
MICHAEL CHEEK’S 22nd goal of the season was enough to end a run of two straight defeats against a Whitehawk side who began the day in fourth place.
Two late goals from Sean Cronin and Matt Ball ensured Wealdstone secured a league double over the Clarets with a 4-2 win.
Two from Bradley Ash and one from Dayle Grubb secured Weston-Super-Mare a 3-1 victory over City who left Somerset empty handed.
GOALS from Mark Hughes, Michael Cheek, Rohdell Gordon, Nicky Nicolau and two from Jaanai Gordon helped the Clarets to their first home win of 2015.
MICHAEL CHEEK’S 19th goal of the season in all competitions helped fire the Clarets to their first win of 2015.
A four-goal salvo from Michael Cheek helped Chelmsford come from 2-0 down to defeat basement side Staines Town at Wheatsheaf Park.
GOALS from Kenny Clark, Daryl McMahon, Sean Shields and a Billy Bricknell brace condemned the Clarets to a 5-1 Boxing Day defeat.
Goals from Gary MacDonald and Isaac Layne secured Hayes & Yeading their first league win since September and end City’s three game winning run.
A Jason Williams brace and a header from captain Mark Hughes helped the Clarets into the play-off places.
FOUR SECOND-HALF goals made it back-to-back league wins for Chelmsford City.
A late goal from Tyler Devlin saw Aveley of the Ryman North stun Chelmsford by knocking them out of the Essex Cup.
A BRACE from Ryan Auger and a Sheldon Sellears strike, plus an own goal from City's Christian Smith, condemned Chelmsford City to a 4-3 defeat.
CHELMSFORD CITY ended a winless run of three games as they saw off Bath City 2-1 thanks to a second-half header from substitute Michael Cheek.
GOALS from Wealdstone’s Elliott Godfrey and Shaun Lucien condemned Chelmsford City to back-to-back defeats.
Whitehawk exacted revenge for their FA Cup exit to Chelmsford last month by thumping the Clarets 5-1 in the league at The Enclosed Ground.
TWO wonder strikes saw the points shared in this Conference South encounter as Hayes & Yeading held the Clarets.
Chelmsford end Basingstoke Town’s six week unbeaten run by beating the league leaders 2-1 thanks to goals from Jason Williams and Lee Sawyer.
Three first-half goals from John Akinde, David Stephens and Curtis Weston helped Barnet on their way to setting up a home tie with Wycombe Wanderers.
The Clarets held Conference Premier table-toppers Barnet in the FA Cup, and will contest a replay on Tuesday night at the Hive (8:00pm KO).
Niklas Freund saves all three Barking spot-kicks as Chelmsford advance to the 4th Round of the Essex Senior Cup following a 0-0 draw.
CHELMSFORD CITY claimed a momentous victory over in-form Havant & Waterloovile as the Clarets brought an end to the Hawks’ six game unbeaten run.
Clarets victorious in Cup replay.
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