Chester FC cruised to a 5-0 win over a strong Dover Athletic side at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium on Saturday and there were plenty of eye catching displays.
There were superb performances from the likes of Craig Mahon, Sam Hughes Johnny Hunt, but who scored highest?
Here's our ratings from today.
Liam Roberts - 7/10
Another strong display, Roberts pulled off a number of key saves and kept the run of clean sheets going.
Johnny Hunt - 8/10
His best display of the season. Given the task of snuffing out the dangerous Ricky Miller, Hunt was superb and linked up well with Craig Mahon. A goal to cap it off.
Ryan Astles - 7/10
Another towering display at the back, Astles won all that came his way in the first half. Forced off with a suspected broken wrist at the break.
Sam Hughes - 9/10
This lad has a huge future in the game. At 19 years of age he looked like a seasoned pro of 10 years and provided the steel that allowed Chester to push forward.
Theo Vassell - 7/10
He's really coming on. Was never beaten on the right flank and produced a superb last-ditch tackle to deny what seemed a certain Moses Emmanuel goal.
Tom Shaw - 7/10
A different player to last season. Kept things moving, winning headers, breaking up play and linking with the forwards. Forced off with cramp.
Ryan Lloyd - 8/10
Energetic as ever, his move to the centre of midfield has been the catalyst for good things. He was superb again.
Craig Mahon - 9/10
When he is on his game there are few better wingers in the National League. He was simply excellent today and his goal was the icing on the cake.
Elliott Durrell - 8/10
Tricky as ever, Durrell was a menacing presence on the right and created many opportunities. Capped it with a goal from the spot.
James Alabi - 7/10
Started slowly but came to life in the second half and scored an excellent goal to make it 2-0. His best performance of the season.
Kane Richards - 7/10
He worked hard for the cause and looked to create opportunities for his team mates. Played a key role in stretching the Dover back line with his pace.
Luke George (on for Ryan Astles, 46 minutes) - 8/10
Was excellent in the heart of defence in the second half alongside Hughes. His best display of the season.
Wade Joyce (on for Tom Shaw, 75 minutes) - 7/10
Did well to help Chester keep driving forward and kept it solid, tracking back to snuff out danger.
Oluwaseun Akintunde (on for Kane Richards, 76 minutes) - 7/10
An assist and a goal for Akintunde in 14 minutes. He's had worse Saturdays. Looked a threat from the moment he came on.