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Chasetown FC suffer fourth straight defeat

Chasetown FC suffered their fourth straight defeat as they failed to hang on to their lead at Mossley.

The Scholars made a great start to the game though with a goal after just four minutes. Josh Ollerenshaw presented the ball straight to striker Tom Hill who finished comfortably for his fifth strike of the season.

The visitors were dominating the game and had the hosts very much on the back foot.

But Mossley levelled after an underhit knock back to the keeper saw Curtis Pond needing to concede a spot which Max Leonard fired home from 12 yards.

The home side took the lead just before half time as Ben Halfacre had a shot deflected past Pond – a lead Mossley barely deserved.

The hosts confirmed the points midway through the half. Chasetown gave the ball away and Mike Fish ran through and netted just after the hour mark.

Mossley came close to a fourth but Pond repelled several attacks. 

Late on, Chasetown were close to a consolation goal but George Cater was unable to find a way past Ollerenshaw.

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