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1 year ago
CHELMSFORD CITY ended the 2015/16 campaign with a 2-0 defeat at the hands of relegated Basingstoke Town.
SUTTON sealed promotion to Non-League’s top flight after clinching the title with a game to go, condemning the Clarets to a 2-0 defeat.
FOUR GOALS from Billy Bricknell – including a first-half hat-trick - secured City's National League South status, condemning Gosport to a 6-1 defeat.
EBBSFLEET came from behind to keep their title hopes alive after a poor second-half from Chelmsford meant the Essex side returned home pointless.
CHELMSFORD CITY all but secured their National League South status as Reece Prestedge’s first-half header sealed the three points at Havant.
BILLY BRICKNELL’S 11th League goal of the season helped Chelmsford City on their way to three points over fellow strugglers Bath City.
MAIDSTONE failed to close the gap on leaders Ebbsfleet as two goals from Jason Williams helped Chelmsford gain an important three points.
CONCORD RANGERS responded to their 5-1 midweek drubbing by Oxford City as Steve Cawley’s solitary goal gave them a derby win over Chelmsford City.
CHELMSFORD CITY failed to make possession count at Priory Lane as goals from Nathaniel Pinney and Darren Lok give Eastbourne Borough maximum points.
A 94th-minute equaliser from James Potton meant that City had to share the points against Hemel Hempstead Town at Vauxhall Road.
CHELMSFORD CITY recorded an emphatic home win over in-form Maidenhead, ending their run of four League games without defeat.
Craig Duff’s second half header was enough to help 10-man-Truro maintain their playoff push and send Chelmsford City on the long trip home pointless.
CITY extended their unbeaten League run over ten-man Stortford to 10 matches with goals from Mark Haines, Jack Bridge, Jason Williams and Mark Hughes.
SOUTHEND LOANEES Jason Williams and Jack Bridge struck to sink ten-man Weston-super-Mare in what will prove to be three vital away points.
MARGATE extended their unbeaten run to seven matches after leading twice against a Chelmsford City side who finished the game with nine men.
SUTTON extended their unbeaten run to nine league games with Dan Fitchett’s brace the difference in what was a frustrating afternoon for Chelmsford.
CHELMSFORD CITY recorded their first home win since mid-September as Kevin Maher's spell in interim charge succumbed Whitehawk to a 4-3 defeat.
CHELMSFORD CITY crashed out of the Essex Senior Cup at the Quarter Final stage at the hands of current holders Concord Rangers.
A LEWIS TAYLOR hat-trick left the Clarets still searching for a first league win since mid-November as they shipped four at Margate.
CHELMSFORD CITY’S HOME WOES CONTINUED as Jacob Crane and Dayle Grubb goals meant the three points went back to Somerset.
TOM BRADBROOK rose off the substitutes’ bench to claim Dartford a point against the Clarets on Saturday with a 94th minute equaliser.
BILLY BRICKNELL’S eleventh goal of the season rescued a point for the Clarets on Bank Holiday Monday, cancelling out Eddie Oshodi’s first-half opener.
Andy Pugh’s strike on the hour succumbed the Clarets to a Boxing Day defeat as Dartford extended their unbeaten run to eight league games.
2 years ago
WESLEY PARKER and Bradley Hudson-Odoi condemned the Clarets to a third straight league defeat as lowly Wealdstone claimed all three points.
A Rob Dickie hat-trick ended Chelmsford City’s Wembley dreams as they were knocked out of the FA Trophy at the First Round Proper stage.
George Barker's 84th minute winner sent the Clarets home pointless as they lost 2-1 to Gosport Borough on Mark Hawkes' 100th game as manager.
CHELMSFORD CITY will face National League Premier leaders Cheltenham Town after Michael Thalassitis' goal was enough to beat Gloucester City.
RORY MCAULEY’S 87th-minute header saved the Clarets’ FA Trophy campaign as the sides will have to battle it out again on Tuesday night.
CHELMSFORD CITY were punished for a below-par performance as Nathaniel Pinney’s brace helped seal the win for visiting Eastbourne Borough.
Hugo Skepelhorn, Matty Whichelow, Luke Daley and Billy Bricknell combined to sink ten-man Hayes & Yeading.
A strong City line-up had to rely on penalties to make it passed Barkingside in the Essex Senior Cup after drawing 1-1 in 90 minutes.
TRURO extended their unbeaten run to nine matches after coming from behind to beat Chelmsford with first-half goals from Jamie Reid and Ryan Brett.
City’s dismal record at Twerton Park continued as first half goals from Ben Adelsbury and Kaid Mohamed condemned the Clarets to a 2-0 defeat.
CHELMSFORD CITY held current National League South leaders Ebbsfleet to a 0-0 stalemate to keep their play-off aspirations alive.
MATTY WHICHELOW got his Chelmsford City spell off to a flying start with two goals against Basingstoke.
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