Chester FC continued their assault on the Blue Square North title on Saturday, by overcoming Vauxhall Motors 2-0 in front of a smug-looking Swansway Peugeot South Stand.
The Blues took an early lead when impressive new loan signing Brendon Daniels slotted home from an Iain Howard cross.
"Oh yeah, another signing pays off for Youngy," swaggered Blues manager Neil Young. "Just call me the Loan Ranger. I'm Sylvester Stal-loan. Erm... Loan Rivers?"
Most fans, however, were noting the contribution from Howard on a rare start.
"See? He should be in the eleven every week," said the entire East Stand at the same time, in an odd coincidence.
"Anyone tried a pie, today?", they followed up, in an even odder one.
Both teams spent the next hour apparently locked in an agreement to not really do much, whilst Lee Trundle looked good.
"Trundle looks good," confirmed a few fans.
The second half saw John Danby producing a couple of passable Superman impressions to keep the Motormen at bay, before substitute Nathan Jarman scored, meeting a Tony Gray cross with his right foot and flicking it up to volley in with his left from close range.
"It was just like Gazza in Euro '96," insisted Jarman to an unimpressed Antoni Sarcevic.
Chester now welcome Gainsborough Trinity to the Exacta on Wednesday, with the visitors due a beating for failing to prevent Wrexham getting to Wembley at the weekend.