Here's how Chester FC reporter Jim Green rated the Blues' performance at the Impact Arena on Saturday, where Ben Heneghan's late goal earned them a 1-1 draw with Alfreton Town .

Jon Worsnop 7: No chance with Tom Shaw's stunning strike but frustrated his former club with two excellent saves at crucial points of the game. Showed fantastic athleticism to keep out Lathaniel Rowe-Turner's header on six minutes and denied Jake Speight when the substitute had the chance to put the result to bed.

Ryan Higgins 8: Alfreton's lack of width meant the right-back was allowed to surge forward and he made good use of his freedom. Got himself in shooting positions on a few occasions, fizzed a free kick not far wide and forced Jason Mooney into a decent stop towards the end. Another impressive performance from the pick of the mid-season captures.

Ben Heneghan 8: Aside from a weak header in the first-half when Karl Hawley almost got in on goal, the centre back handled himself well under a barrage of long balls. Dominant in the air and chipped in with another important goal. A real asset to the team and a new contract is a must for one of the division's most promising defenders.

Michael Kay 7: Not quite as comfortable in the air as Heneghan but coped well enough and made a couple of vital interventions. Real potential in the partnership between the two of them.

Gareth Roberts 7: A steady return from the veteran, whose consistent presence had been missed in the previous two matches. Withdrawn with 15 minutes remaining for Kieran Charnock.

Brad Abbott 6: Taken off at half-time having struggled to make an impact in the opening 45 minutes. Found himself overpowered in the middle with the ball spending more time in the air than on the floor, which suited Alfreton's Simon Lenighan.

Kingsley James 7: As with Abbott, found the going difficult in the first-half but once the Blues upped the tempo he started to come to the fore as Lenighan and Andi Thanoj became less of an inlfuence.

Craig Mahon 7: Switched positions through the first period as the Blues laboured and a poor final ball let him down a couple of times. Grew into the game after the break, another helped by the quicker tempo.

John Rooney 6: Started on the right of a four man midfield before moving into a more central role but a quiet first-half. Once McConville had been introduced, dropped deeper and began to get on the ball and dictate the game. Replaced with Tom Peers for the closing stages.

Matty Hughes 6: Struggled to find any rhythm in the opening 45 minutes and at times cut a frustrated figure. However, he adapted well in the second-half and worked hard to open up a well organised defence.

Oliver McBurnie 6: Didn't get a lot of joy out of Rowe-Turner and Callum Howe, however always willing to put his body on the line and never goes hiding.

Substitutes

Sean McConville 7: Brought on at half-time to get the side going and did exactly that. Found the space in front of Alfreton's back four and was able to bring his team-mates into the game. Added to his impressive tally of assists with the ball that led to Heneghan's goal.

Tom Peers 6: Earned his chance with a good loan spell at Marine while others have failed to grasp the opportunities afforded to them. Added plenty of energy in the final 15 minutes and made a nuisance of himself.

Kieran Charnock 5: Didn't have much to do after replacing a tiring Roberts for the final quarter of an hour at left-back.

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