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UNDEFEATED RECORD

UNDEFEATED RECORD

There was a jubilant celebration in the Chichester Arms, Kop 58's headquarters, after Kop broke Liver's undefeated record by scoring a 3-2 victory. In a game of clean, good football, Kop opened the scoring. Micky Fennel, dubbed "man of the match" by Kop manager Ted Wolfe, droppe
January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Blacon "A

Blacon "A

733 1 9 Ellesmere Port 'As' 6 2 1 2 6 Black Diamond "A" 8 1 3 4 5
January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
GIVE SUNDAY GAMES A TRIAL, SAYS CHAIRMAN

GIVE SUNDAY GAMES A TRIAL, SAYS CHAIRMAN

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January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
City win praise for a gallant performance at Villa Park

City win praise for a gallant performance at Villa Park

Chester courageously ssid goodbye to this season's FA Cup Competition after a stirring third round tie at Vila Park on Saturday. It was honour in defeat all the way for Chester. who must have surprised Second Division Aston Villa with some soccer the highest gustily—particularly
January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Rugby

Rugby

January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER 3 POINTS

CHESTER 3 POINTS

HAVING travelled across the country to Hull, Chester were beaten by two second half tries to a Pickering penalty goal, but no one could say that their journey was not worthwhile, writes D.O.D. Andy Lewis had a very good first game, and it was good to see that Brian Hayes was sti
January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
STRUGGLE

STRUGGLE

Sunday's match proved a dour affair as anglers struggled against a high and coloured Trent and the added handicap of a gusty wind. But on a day when weights were predictably low, Chester
January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MR. FL R. WETTER AND MISS C. P. FIDLER

MR. FL R. WETTER AND MISS C. P. FIDLER

A honeymoon on the West Coast followed the wedding, at Christleton Methodist Church, on Saturday, of Miss Cheryl Peta Fidler, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fidler, of Rylstone, St. George's Crescent, R o w t on, and Mr. Michael Richard Witter, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Wi
January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SOCIETY OF FRIENDS

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS

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January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
estimates £325,000

estimates £325,000

REPORTING an increase of £325,000 in the revised estimates for the Cheshire Police Service for 1973/74, Mr. R. H. A. Chisholm, treasurer to the Cheshire Police Authority, said that the revised estimates were very much in line with national inflationary trends. In his report to t
January 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England