Chesterfield ended a run of four consecutive defeats with an impressive performance to defeat Fleetwood Town 3-0 on Saturday 28th February 2015.
Goals from Caolan Lavery and Sam Hird gave the Spireites a commanding lead at half time.
Sam Morsy’s strike just after the hour mark then sealed the victory for the home side; who gave an excellent performance on the back of a poor run to keep their play off hopes alive.
Chesterfield fell to a second defeat in the space of a week as bottom-placed Leyton Orient earned a shock victory at the Proact Stadium on Valentines Day 2015.
The Spireites led 1-0 and 2-1, but were pegged back on both occasions. Dean Cox then made it 3-2 in the 11th minute of additional time to grab a dramatic victory.
Chesterfield fell to their first home defeat in nearly two months on Tuesday 10th February 2015, as Preston North End ran out 2-0 winners at the Proact Stadium.
The Spireites were forced to play almost the entire game with ten men after Sam Hird saw red in the second minute. And the visitors took full advantage, earning a third consecutive win courtesy of a brace from the returning Joe Garner.
Sheffield’s ‘Inherit The Stars’ celebrated the latest chapter of their exciting career with an explosive performance at Corporation on Saturday 7th February to celebrate the release of their new EP.
Sheffield band ‘The Carousel’ launched their debut EP ‘Extra Pedestrians’ at The Rocking Chair on Friday 6th February 2015 in front of a lively Steel City audience.
There was late drama at the Proact Stadium as Chesterfield fought back from 2-0 down to salvage a point against Doncaster Rovers on 31st January 2015.
The visitors got off to the perfect start as they raced into a 2-0 lead after just nine minutes courtesy of strikes from James Coppinger and Andy Butler.
But a spirited Spireites fightback saw Eoin Doyle pull one back on the stroke of half time. Jimmy Ryan’s 87th equaliser then earned Chesterfield a good point and ensured they remained in fifth place at the end of January.
Chesterfield comfortably swept aside struggling Crawley Town to move up to fifth in the League 1 table on Tuesday 27th January 2015.
After a tight opening, Eoin Doyle brought the game to life with a neat finish that put the home side ahead.
A beautiful curling strike from Jay O’Shea put distant between the Spireites and their bottom-placed opposition, before Doyle’s 24th goal of the season just moments later wrapped up the 3-0 win.