For the third season in a row, controversial 'bubble match' travel restrictions were imposed on visiting supporters for the game at the Glyndŵr University Racecourse Stadium.
The safe transport measures meant the 930 Blues fans in attendance had to travel to and from the match on official coaches, which were given a police escort from the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium to Wrexham and back to Chester following the game.
Fans of both clubs argue the arrangements, which were also enforced when Wrexham visited Chester earlier in the season, are unnecessary and restrictive, however North Wales Police and Cheshire Constabulary believe the measures are the best approach to safeguard supporters and the wider public as well as minimise disruption.
Saturday's match, which attracted a crowd of 6,459, finished in a convincing 3-0 victory for Wrexham as the Dragons gained revenge for a 3-2 defeat at Chester back in October .
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Ahead of the game, North Wales Police worked with colleagues in Cheshire, the two clubs, Wrexham Council and businesses and said a 'carefully planned policing strategy' had ensured the match had 'passed off without incident'.
Superintendent Alex Goss said: "I am pleased with the success of the police operation. Our aim had always been to see the game pass peacefully while taking into account the rights of the people of Wrexham to go about their normal business.
"There were no arrests and a number of people have expressed their thanks for the safer transport scheme which they believe helped account for the large attendance and contributed to an enjoyable occasion.
"I would like to thank the public for their patience and understanding for any disruption that was caused. I would also like to thank the fans for their cooperation."