Chester FC overcame Tranmere Rovers last night to propel themselves into the semi finals of the Cheshire Senior Cup. The Blues took until extra time to secure the result, leaving stayaways feeling very smug.
The match was also notable for people talking excitedly about how Michael Owen was at the Exacta, even though it's the also-present Terry that's the Chester legend.
"Terry who?", scoffed Harry Mac regular Henry Popculture. "And when's John Bishop gonna come down the Deva again?"
George Horan scored the winning goal for Chester, stating that he "really couldn't be bothered with pennos". Meanwhile, Neil Young spent the whole game heckling his opposite number Shaun Garnett.
"You're not even FROM Cheshire," Young was heard to roar, having consulted his old Merseyrail rail map.
The Blues squandered a number of decent chances, but Blues manager Young later confirmed that this was deliberate.
"There was no-one in the end stands, so it was a chance to make the stewards do a bit of dashing about," explained the King Seal.
The victory sets up a home semi-final against Witton, and Chester fans are concerned by the number of matches left on their side's calendar.
"There's still a bunch of league games, which'll get in the way," bemoaned Main Stand burger-swerver Gary Printscreen. "We don't want George getting injured against Harrogate. Two more wins and the trophy's ours. It has to take priority now."
Young has confirmed that he shares this viewpoint.
"Yeah, we need to make sure we take in a cup final," nodded The Big Blue Cheese. "Wrexham are off to Wembley, so we need to make sure we are too. What do you mean the final's not at Wembley? Where's the Cheshire Wembley?"
Following a frantic Google search, it was confirmed by Chronicle pen-twiddler The Tall Peacock that the final will take place at Westminster Park, with the for-sale Danebank Stand being flown in specially for the occasion.