Chester picked up a valuable point this afternoon on the road against Play-Off chasing Bromley.
Both of the games goals were in the space of a minute – with Ross Hannah’s effort being quickly cancelled out by Louis Dennis.
It was a slow start to the game – which came to life as the Blues took the lead on 14 minutes.
Lucas Dawson picked up the ball in midfield, skipped a tackle and supplied the pass to Hannah – who brilliantly finished after twisting and turning inside the area.
However, within 60 seconds, the hosts were level. Luke Wanadio’s effort was parried by Alex Lynch – and Dennis tapped home the rebound.
Chester were more than a match – and had chances before the break. Jordan Gough’s header was parried away by the keeper Gregory – before Harry White looked to be in behind but his shot was excellently blocked by Dunne.
The hosts applied real pressure in the second half – with Paul Turnbull and then Hannah clearing shots off the line.
But Chester hit back – and Hannah struck the post from John McCombe’s flick on.
Sub Nyal Bell then got himself involved – a deflected effort was well stopped by Gregory before another shot rolled inches wide of the post.
The home side continued to threaten but Chester held firm for a deserved point.
Chester FC: Lynch, James, Halls, McCombe, Rowe-Turner, Gough, Turnbull, Dawson, Hannah, Akintunde, White (Bell 65).
Subs Not Used: Vaughan, Anderson, Rainey, Joyce.
Scorers: Dennis 15; Hannah 14.
Attendance: 1,129 (125 Chester fans)