JETS re-established their four-point lead at the summit of the BBL Championship table with a win over the Scottish Rocks in Glasgow on Sunday.
Neither team could establish much of a lead in the first half until an 8-0 burst from the home side saw them take a 48-42 lead into the locker room.
Chester began to turn the game around after the break as they outscored the Rocks 26-16 in the third before maintaining a slender lead in the final period.
It was two former Rocks players who set up the win for the league leaders in the fourth quarter. Shawn Myers made three shots from three-point range and Billy Singleton made two baskets to see the Jets lead 91-79.
After a brief Rocks' revival, Trey Moore scored 10 consecutive points to settle the game.
Trey Moore scored 27 points for the victors but it was Tony Windless who led all scorers with 28 points for the home team.
Jets are at Sheffield Sharks this Thursday, but have no game this weekend.
See this Friday's Chester Chronicle for more news of the Jets.