It was another good weekend for Chester FC as they stretched their unbeaten run in the National League to seven games with a 1-0 home success over Torquay United.
While it may not have been the resounding success of the previous weekend when the Blues hammered Dover Athletic, this was a victory built on hard work and determination.
Here's how the players rated.
Liam Roberts - 8/10 STAR MAN
It wasn't plain sailing for Chester today and Roberts demonstrated just how much he had come on with an excellent display. Vocal and commanding, Roberts pulled off two superb saves to keep out the Gulls.
Johnny Hunt - 6/10
Been excellent of late and worked hard against Torquay to limit their attacking threat down the flanks. Did his best to get forward and support at the other end too.
Ryan Astles - 7/10
Wins headers and dominates opposing strikers. He had another solid game.
Sam Hughes - 7/10
Another impressive display. He was up against a tough competitor in Nathan Blissett and he came out on top. Continues to shine at this level.
Theo Vassell - 6/10
A solid enough game from the right back. Caught out once or twice but he gave their wingers little change otherwise.
Luke George - 5/10
Missed quite a bit of football of late and looked a little off the pace but did try to break up play in the centre of the park.
Ryan Lloyd - 6/10
Started well and grabbed himself a goal but didn't have the kind of impact he has had in recent weeks. Faded slightly in the second.
Craig Mahon - 7/10
Another good performance from the diminutive Irishman. Looked to be creative and worked tirelessly when not in possession.
Elliott Durrell - 6/10
Threatened with some of his deliveries in the first half and went close with a free-kick. Missed his penalty and fell away in the second half.
Oluwaseun Akintunde - 6/10
Bright spells for the striker and could have found himself on the scoresheet. More to come from the young striker.
James Alabi - 6/10
Comes in for a lot of criticism at times, Alabi isn't a natural target man. He occupied the Gulls defence well in the first half and did well to create a chance for himself in the second. Guilty of a bad miss late on.
Jordan Chapell (on for Elliott Durrell - 66 minutes)
Looks a different player to last season. Has been a big impact player off the bench this season and did well when he came on. Provided much-needed energy and went close to adding to the scoreline.
Kane Richards (on for Oluwaseun Akintunde - 60 minutes)
Gave a spark up front when he came on and helped alleviate some of the pressure by getting the ball upfield with his pace.
Wade Joyce (on for Ryan Lloyd - 81 minutes)
Another sleeves-rolled-up performance off the bench for Joyce. Works hard to break up play and did his job.