Bad day at the office as Scholars comfortably beaten.
Scholars miss late penalty too to compound the misery.
Chasetown were soundly beaten and, in truth, had to thank Curtis Pond too for keeping the score down.
Frickley thought they had a penalty in the opening ten minutes after a foul by Pond. Luckily for Chasetown, the assistant referee had awarded an earlier offside.
Athletic took the lead in the 15th minute. Luke Davies conceded a spot kick and Gavin Allott sent Pond the wrong way from 12 yards.
The Yorkshire men doubled the lead in the 25th minute. Chasetown lost the ball in midfield and Tom Dugdale fed Allott who drilled it past Pond.
Pond made a good save to deny Jacob Hazel low to his right and then Steve Hopewell forced an even better save from Pond high to the top corner.
A minute before the break, Chasetown gave the ball away and this time it was brother Grant Allott who smashed beyond Pond from long range.
Chasetown started the second half with Nick Wellecomme inches wide of the post with Muzzy Nduna a boot lace away from connecting too.
Frickley countered quickly though and Allott completed his hat trick from close range.
The hosts were in total control and a fifth goal was no surprise with substitute Carl Stewart getting in on the act.
Chasetown substitute Jake Lovatt forced home keeper Seb Malkowski into his first real save of the match with a low one to his left.
Then Chasetown had a potential consolation goal when Lovatt was pushed to the floor. Malkowski guessed the right way to keep out Lovatt’s kick.
Chasetown: Pond, Williams, Mzungwana, Flattley, Davies (Degville, 55 mins), C Lovatt, Nduna, Cater, (J Lovatt, 53 mins), Wellecomme (Ryan, 53 mins), Whieldon, Craddock