CHESTER City manager Mark Wright declared himself satisfied with his team's performance, following victory in their first preseason friendly of the new campaign.
"It was a good workout," said the City boss. "The team spirit is extremely good and, whilst we need more games, this was an ideal way to start our pre-season campaign.
"I was impressed by Buckley. They weren't a bad outfit at all.
"We now will try some new formations in the forthcoming friendly games, and of course it must be remembered that the main objective of these matches is to ensure that you are ready for the start of the new season on August 17."
Chester played virtually all of their squad during the 90 minutes, making nine changes at half-time against their Cymru Alliance hosts.
City took the lead after 10 minutes when ex-Lincoln City striker Dave Cameron scored from the penalty spot after Ryan Sugden had been upended in the area by Kevin Rae.
In the second period the Welshman looked a more potent force, and Darren Williams registered a deserved equaliser when he took advantage of defensive hesitancy after 63 minutes.
City then settled down and came forward strongly, and it came as no surprise when the dangerous Michael Twiss beat two players before being upended by a crude lunge from Harrison.
Leading scorer Mark Beesley converted the resulting spot-kick. Twiss got his name onto the scoresheet after 74 minutes, and another new signing, Steve Brodie, headed the fourth three minutes from time.