Chester FC will be playing National League football once again next season! How sweet was that?!
A superb 2-1 win for the Blues today thanks to goals from John Rooney and Ryan Astles means they have avoided a potentially nail-biting final day next weekend.
Thanks for joining our coverage of the Blues this afternoon, we hope you enjoyed it.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
National League final scores
A win for the Blues means they avoid a potentially nail-biting final day after Boreham Wood and Halifax both picked up wins today.
Nobody cares, mate
Blues fans are pretty happy.
...OH CHESTER WE LOVE YOU!!
FT Grimsby Town 1 Chester FC 2
What a performance. what a result. The Blues are safe!
See you next season....we hope
Just. Hold. On.
Four minutes to be added on
Come on you Blues, hold out.
Neither do we!
What a miss!
Amond with the chance to level it as he gets behind Heneghan and Astles but he puts it over from six yards.
Final change for the Blues as Luke George replaces Chapell on 89 minutes
Tony Thompson booked
Keeper Tony Thompson goes into the book for time-wasting.
James McKeown races out of goal to clear but the ball finds Hannah who tries a shot from 40 yards but it’s deflected behind.
Goal! Grimsby Town 1 Chester FC 2
The evergreen Craig Disley rifles into the net from eight yards after a scramble. Game on.
Last 10 minutes
Into the final 10 minutes and it remains 2-0 to the Blues.
Halifax take the lead
The Blues are doing their job, though.
Hobson on for Alabi
Second sub for the Blues as Craig Hobson comes on for James Alabi, who’s been a real handful.
This afternoon’s crowd is 4,575.
Final Grimsby sub
Third and final sub for the hosts as Robertson replaces Nsials on 76 minutes
Away day, anyone?
With the Blues leading 2-0 at Grimsby and looking good for survival, York City are on the brink of relegation today. Sad for them but a decent away trek for the Blues next season.
Mariners double change
Grimsby bring on Ryan Jennings for Andy Monkhouse and Jon-Paul Pittman for Omar Bogle after 71 minutes.
Andy Monkhouse stoops to head wide from eight yards.
Ross Hannah replaces Kane Richards on 68 minutes. Warm applause for Hannah on his return to Blundell Park.
What a stop!
Chester race down the other end and James Alabi has a crack from 25 yards that McKeown saves acrobatically.
Tom to the rescue
Big chance for the home side as the ball falls for Bogle but Tom Shaw blocks his shot.