How Chester FC's players rated in their 3-0 win over North Ferriby United


Charlie Croasdale

CHESTER secured consecutive 3-0 wins last night with a commanding success against North Ferriby United. Here's how the Blues' rated: 

Alex Lynch: Only had three saves to make but got down well to deny Kendall twice. 7

Sam Hughes: Continues to do a decent job at right-back and shows strength and maturity way beyond his years. 7

Blaine Hudson: Chester's best player at Eastleigh and clearly relishing a run in the team with a commanding display. 7

Ryan Astles: Required to make a superbly brave headed clearance in the second-half, he never lets Chester down. 7

Johnny Hunt: Wasn't required to do as much defensive work and gave Mahon plenty of overlapping options. 6

Ryan Lloyd: Not his best night but as always did lots of good work with and without the ball. 7

Tom Shaw: Calmness personified in the middle of the park, he was unlucky to have an effort cleared off the line. 7

Elliott Durrell: Backed up Saturday's display with another cracking performance in the role behind Alabi. 7

Craig Mahon: The Irish winger was back to his best in the second-half and set up Richards' opener. 7

Kane Richards: Full of running all night, always in prime position to get amongst the goals. 8

James Alabi: Pushed Richards close for the man of the match award and buried both his spot-kick and an 89th minute effort. 8


Jordan Chapell: Came on for Durrell and made some lively inroads down the right wing. 7

Wade Joyce: Kept the ball nicely when making a late introduction. 6

Will Marsh: Made some bright runs when he came on for Richards to make his debut. 6

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