CHESTER CITY recorded their second Coca-Cola League Two victory in four days at rainswept Gigg Lane last night.

City were full value for their win, and with a little more fortune in front of goal, they could easily have doubled their winning margin.

In the second period the home keeper Alan Fettis was in stunning form, making a string of excellent saves to deny the visiting strikers.

Chester had the better of the opening exchanges, with Fettis making good saves to deny Wilson and Broughton.

City took their well deserved lead after 36 minutes through their Spanish midfield player, Roberto Martinez.

A Wilson corner on the right went to the far post where Artell headed across goal, Martinez got a shot in and as the ball took a deflection off former City defender, Colin Woodthorpe, it looped over Fettis.

Bury scored an undeserved equaliser in injury time in the first period through Jon-Paul Pittman.

A mistake in midfield allowed Pittman a free run on goal, the striker then shot from 15 yards and while Danby got a hand to it the ball went into the net.

Three minutes into the second period, City recovered their lead through the tireless Jon Walters.

A dreadful mix-up in the area between Fettis and Challinor saw the ball squirm free where Walters like a flash nipped in and scrambled it over the line.

Fettis then made a string of excellent saves to deny Broughton, Artell and Walters.

However, a more realistic and true reflection of the game came in injury time, when Walters made the score 3-1.

A break by Wilson saw the youngster slip the ball to the ex-Wrexham striker, who hammered it home from 15 yards.

After the match a delighted Chester assistant manager, Graham Barrow, said: "I thought we were full value for the win, particularly in the second half."

CHESTER CITY: Danby, Vaughan (Marples 80), Linwood, Westwood, Artell, Bennett, Martinez (Ravenhill 68), Hand, Wilson, Broughton, Walters. Subs: Blundell, Allen, McSporran.