CHESTER retained their 12 point at the top of the league table in style.
Wes Baynes put Chester 1-0 up after just 80 seconds with a superbly struck free kick that arrowed its way into the top right corner of the net.
Antoni Sarcevic doubled the Blues lead in the 19th minute when he rifled a first time shot from Baynes' free kick through a crowded penalty area to find the target from 25 yards.
And Marc Williams extended Chester's lead in the 36th minute with a lob over Droylsden keeper Dale Latham after meeting a pass from Sarcevic.
Ben Mills headed Chester 4-0 up in the 64th minute from a Baynes cross that was parried by visiting keeper Dale Latham.
Craig Curran made it 5-0 in the 76th minute with a fine finish after a neat build up between Marc Williams and substitute Nathan Jarman.
CHESTER (4-4-2): Danby; Baynes, Horan, Linwood, McGinn; D Williams, Sarcevic (Howard 80), A Williams (Brown 52), Curran; M Williams, Mills (Jarman 65). Subs (not used): Collins, Hankin.
DROYLSDEN (4-4-2): Latham; Derbyshire, Holden (Jacombs 89), Palmer, Kerr; Sissons, Hall, Bryan (O'Neill 60), Logan; Killeen (Rick 60), Ellison. Subs (not used): Langford, Smith.
REFEREE: Simon Bennett (Stoke).
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