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Chesterfield to play at Proact Stadium
 Women's Football News 6 Mar 2014
Chesterfield to play at Proact Stadium - 6 Mar 2014 - Women's Football News

Chesterfield complete their Sheffield & Hallamshire County League Division One fixtures this Sunday when they host Anston at Chesterfield's Proact Stadium. 
The match kicks off at 3.00pm and admission is £2, while it is free for Under-12s.
Chesterfield go into the game as league leaders, though any one of four teams are still mathematically able to finish top, but Barnsley Development can only do so if all the others drop points (in addition to Barnsley winning their own last two games).
A massive 6-0 home victory over previous leaders Dearne & District in their last home game saw Chesterfield move three points clear and also significantly change the goal difference picture. That victory also avenged Chesterfield's only league defeat to date, 3-0 at Dearne.
Chesterfield are unbeaten at home, while visitors Anston's only points on their travels have come at bottom club Shaw Lane Aquaforce. If the result follows the form book and Chesterfield win, it would give them 25 points, a total Dearne can equal, but they would need two high scoring wins to overtake Chesterfield on goal difference.
Barnsley would then be out of the equation, which leaves Sheffield Wednesday Res, who have four games left with a goal difference of 18. If Wednesday won all four, they would finish champions regardless of other results, while ten points would most likely be enough for top spot on goal difference.
The Proact Stadium hosted four games, including the Final and one of the semi finals, in the 2013 UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship final tournament. The quartet of games included England coming from behind to beat Austria 2-1 in the group stages and Germany, who trailed for much of the final against Spain, equalising a few minutes before the final whistle and then lifting the trophy after a penalty shootout.
Players from both Chesterfield and neighbours Staveley were presented to the crowd by Toby Perkins MP (whose constituency includes both teams) at half time during the Final.

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