Chester got back to winning ways this afternoon against ten-man Blyth Spartans.
Akwasi Asante fired the Blues in front after 12 minutes with a drilled finish after Zach Hemming had spilled Man of the Match Joel Taylor’s corner – before Taylor assisted again as James Jones nodded home his third of the season.
The second came after Spartans were reduced to ten men – debutant Shane Blaney with a reckless challenge on George Glendon.
Olly Scott bundled home after Russ Griffiths had made an excellent initial save – but Bern and Jonno’s side held on for a pivotal three points.
On CFC Junior Blues Takeover Day, our Junior Joint-Media Officer Rohan McPartland put together his own match report!
Start off with minute of applause kick off at 3 oclock shot of target for chester and corner for chester another shot of target for chester another shot on target shot on target by akwasi asante another corner for chester free kick for chester another free kick for chester another corner for chester goal for chester by akwasi asante corner by glendon keeper didn’t get there in time and asante kicked it In to the back of the net another free kick for chester shot on target for chester defender blocked the shot shot blocked and another corner for the blues save from russ Griffiths 2 minutes in the 2nd half blyth player sent off for a bad foul corner for chester attendance 1751 a header by james jones keeper didn’t have a chance to save it at all 1 goal for blyth Spartans save by Spartans keeper corner for chester 5 minutes of added time and a corner for chester full time 2-1 chester vs spartans.