The make up of next season's National League has been confirmed after a thrilling weekend of play-off action.
Chester FC now know exactly where they will travelling next season and who they will be facing with Grimsby Town securing a return to the Football League and Maidstone United and North Ferriby United gaining promotion through the National League South and North play-offs respectively.
Grimsby Town made up for last season’s play-off final defeat as they ended a six-year absence from the Football League with victory at Wembley over Forest Green Rovers
Two quick-fire Omar Bogle goals put the Mariners ahead right on the stroke of half-time, before Keanu Marsh-brown pulled one back for the Gloucestershire outfit with a superb effort on the hour mark.
With Rovers pushing for an equaliser, Grimsby hit them on the counter deep into injury time as Nathan Arnold sealed a memorable win for Paul Hurst's men.
The Blues will line up in the same division as North Ferriby United once again after the East Riding club came from behind to see off AFC Fylde in the National League North play-off final.
Sam Finley put the Lancastrians in front but a goal three minutes into first-half added time from Wayne Brooksby saw United level before Danny Hone put the home side ahead five minutes into extra-time.
The National League South promotion race was equally as tense as Maidstone United ensured promotion with a penalty shoot-out win at Ebbsfleet United.
Danny Kedwell put the Fleet ahead from the spot on 20 minutes, before Bobby-Jon Taylor levelled after the interval. Kedwell looked to have won it for the home side with a second penalty of the game in injury time, but Dumebi Dumaka’s last gasp effort ensured the lottery of spot kicks.
Alex Fisher, Jack Paxman, Taylor and Dan Sweeney were all successful for Maidstone, while Kedwell, who had already scored twice from the spot saw his crucial effort saved by Lee Wogan to send Maidstone into the fifth tier.