Marcus Bignot hailed his talented Chester youngsters after they ended a nine-game wait for victory against Bromley.

Having seen National League relegation confirmed after defeat to rivals Tranmere Rovers last weekend, the Blues raised some much-needed cheer at the Deva with a thrilling 3-2 win over the Ravens, teenage winger Nathan Brown bagging his first senior goal in spectacular fashion to seal three points in the final minutes.

Fellow teenagers Tom Crawford and Shaun Hobson also impressed, with Bignot admitting his players felt the ‘pressure’ had been lifted since relegation was mathematically confirmed.

“After Saturday, the boys came out and you saw the way they played first-half,” he said.

“No pressure. They’ve been in an environment where they’ve had pressure but with that pressure gone, and the environment not quite the same, there’s some good players in there and with time and experience they’ll only get better.”

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