CHESTER can claim a place in North One's top five tomorrow by extending their magnificent winning run to eight games at Hull.
The men from Humberside are just one place and two points above sixth-placed Chester in the table.
A victory for Steve Dorrington's men - who already have a vastly superior points difference - would see them leapfrog tomorrow's opponents.
Chester go into the game on the back of one of their best results of the season - last Saturday's 50-12 home win over fourth-placed Westoe.
Director of rugby Dorrington was purring with pride after his team clinched their seventh win in seven games.
He said: 'I could not have dreamed that performance, the lads were simply superb. From a coaching point of view, to see the game plan go so perfectly was really pleasing. All of the 18 guys out on the pitch were awesome.'
Chester took an early lead against Westoe. A penalty try was awarded by referee Mark Iddell after the visitors infringed at a powerful driving maul.
Matt Bebbington converted the kick to make it 7-0 and Chester, inspired by the effective half-back pairing of Russ Meadows and Matt Bebbington, dominated, despite the loss of Paul Brett through injury.
Jim Lyle was moved in from the centre and he did not disappoint, finishing off a fine try following a great break by replacement wing Steve Johnson to increase the lead to 14-0.
Westoe pegged Chester back to 14-7 with a converted try but the hosts' response was swift and yet another infringement near the line saw Bebbington secure another three points to make it 17-7.
An unconverted try by Bebbington - his second in as many matches - saw Chester forge further ahead.
Again Chester were at it, forcing their way forward and, from a driving maul, Meadows made a break. He drew the first man and passed perfectly to the inspirational Bebbington for his second try in as many weeks.
A try from the impressive Sean Green, with Bebbington adding the extras, saw Chester go into the half-time break 29-7 up.
In the second half, Chester's Matt Bellamy scored his 11th try of the season and Bebington kicked the conversion before Westoe responded with an unconverted score.
Any chance of a rally from the Geordies was removed after more magic from Bebbington, who set up Ian Brookes for a try and then kicked the extras.
Brookes capitalised on some good linking play by Chester captain Steve Bellis to score the final try of the game and, fittingly, star man Bebbington completed the scoring by kicking the conversion.