NEIL YOUNG said that if Chester had an off day then his Marine team had a chance of causing an FA Cup upset.

And on his first competitive return to the ground where he led The Blues to promotion glory year after year, Young masterminded a famous 1-0 win for Marine against a shell-shocked Chester side.

James Barrigan scored the winner from the penalty spot nine minutes from time to put The Mariners in the first round proper of the famous competition for the first time in 25 years.

A furious Blues joint boss Bernard Morley said: "We don't kill games off, we just don't do it.

"We were beaten by a side that we more hungry. They were the better side on the day and they deserved it."