CHESTER FC prospects Lloyd Marsh-Hughes and Cain Noble have signed senior terms with the club as the Blues continue their post season manoeuvres.

Marsh-Hughes and Noble both featured in the first team during the latest campaign and sign their terms after turning 18 this year.

Noble, a central midfielder from Lache, scored on his senior debut last April in a home defeat to Maidstone in the National League.

He went on to make seven National League North appearances this term, and also scored in the Emirates FA Cup victory over City of Liverpool in September.

Welsh teenager, Marsh-Hughes scored, aged 16, for the first team in a pre-season win over Bala Town in 2017 and has impressed as a powerful and pacy striker.

He went on to make his first senior start in the home game against Curzon Ashton in January in the National League North and made 12 substitute appearances across the season.

A spokesperson for the club said: "Chester Football Club would like to place on record their thanks and recognise the fantastic continued support from Swettenham Chemists for their financial support in these deals."

Chester FC has also confirmed that first team coach Derek Egan and goalkeeper coach James Longdin have departed the club.

The announcement comes following the restructure to a hybrid model for the 2019-2020 campaign.

A spokesperson added: "We would like to place on record our thanks to Derek and Jimmy for all of their time and efforts whilst at the Swansway Chester Stadium.We wish them both all the very best for the future."