Chester have raised some problems with referees this season and hopefully Premiership official Mike Dean noted in his assessment report another major mistake by Lee Probert which let Hereford escape with a point.
Wright sent his troops out win an unfamiliar 3-4-3 formation and it generated some attacking plays.
Hereford, managed by former Chester player Graham Turner, knew what they were in for and gave Chester no time or space.
In the second half Wright swapped experience for pace as Lee Steele made way for Chris Holroyd and this pushed the Hereford defence back, giving Kearney more space in midfield which he used well when he slid a pass through for Yeo to latch on to for the first goal. Then came the error. From a Hereford corner Williams fell out of play. When he got back on he was offside but a ball was played to him which he flicked for Connell to score and Probert, who gave a dubious penalty against Chester at Shrewsbury, awarded the goal. Star Man: Alan Kearney.