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REACTION | Jerry Gill following Chelmsford City v Bath City 4/2/23
REACTION | Jerry Gill following Chelmsford City v Bath City 4/2/23

BathCity #Romans #KickOffYourOwnTradition Club Website | https://www.bathcityfc.com YouTube ...



Robbie Simpson Post Bath City (H)
Robbie Simpson Post Bath City (H)

Robbie Simpson spoke to ClaretsTV after Chelmsford's 0-2 defeat to Bath in the Vanarama National League South. Official ...



🟑 π‹π’π―πž | Chelmsford  vs Bath  ((Saturday, February 4, 2023))
🟑 π‹π’π―πž | Chelmsford vs Bath ((Saturday, February 4, 2023))

Live broadcast β˜› https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&q=https://is.gd/UATe4W R Live ...



BATH CITY to play Chelmsford City: Harris Dyer Batten Parsele (C) Hayfield Cooke Frear Lines Spokes Wilson Morton SUBSTITUTES: Clarke Smith Mannings Rose Cox #CCFCvBCFC



CHELMSFORD CITY to play Bath City: Marsden James Barnum-Bobb Winfield (C) Yearn Jackson Jones Ochieng Grant A Krasniqi E Krasniqi SUBSTITUTES: Lodovica Blackwell Da Costa Alfa Hockey #CCFCvBCFC



KICK-OFF: Chelmsford City 0-0 Bath City #NationalLeagueSouth #CCFCvBCFC



GOAL: Chelmsford City 0-1 BATH CITY

GOAL: Chelmsford City 0-1 BATH CITY




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