CHESTER City's fortunes are on the up after a long period of doom and at the Deva Stadium.

Attendances are increasing and Mark Wright's team has a chance to show the nation what they are made of when Sky Sports screens Tuesday's Conference home match against Nuneaton Borough.

The Chronicle has been critical of former regimes through the bad times, but we are delighted to help the current City board of directors encourage support of the club, particularly youngsters who are the fans of the future.

So, for Tuesday's game The Chronicle has teamed up with the Blues to offer £1 admission for supporters aged 16 or under, who must be accompanied by an adult.

Simply complete the voucher on page 27 of this week's Chronicle (4 October) and hand it in with your £1 at turnstile six or seven in the West Stand.

And that's not all. Chester City are back in the LDV Vans Trophy and in conjunction with LDV dealer, Lex Commercials Wrexham The Chronicle gives you a chance to win tickets to their first round tie against second division Plymouth Argyle at the Deva Stadium on Tuesday, October 22.

This season's LDV Vans Trophy Final will be played on Sunday, April 6 at Cardiff's Sunder-Stadium. To enter the competition, all you have to do is correctly answer the following question:

-Which team won the LDV Vans Trophy in Cardiff last season?

The first two correct entries drawn will win a pair of tickets to the match.

Send your entries, marked LDV, to Sports Desk, Chester Chronicle, Chronicle House, Commonhall Street, Chester CH1 by Monday, October 14. Don't forget to include your name, address and daytime telephone number. The usual Chronicle rules apply.