(FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round Replay)
To put this result in perspective this was only the sixth time the Bluebirds had won an FA Cup replay on away soil, having first entered the competition in 1898 (120 years ago).
Chippenham went down to two second half goals from a physical home side who made the most of their chances whilst the Bluebirds failed to take advantage when they had the upper hand in the opening half.
Plainmoor has proved to be a happy hunting ground for the Bluebirds this season as they recorded another three points against full time Torquay United following the three earned against Truro City (tenants) last month.
After defeating top of the table Billericay last Saturday the Bluebirds came from behind to topple third-placed Concord Rangers with a sparking second half show in front of watching FA chairman Greg Clarke as they scored four goals in the final half hour.