Two goals in the final minute of the first half durned a subdued performance into a winning performance as Chorley recorded back to back league wins for the first time since early February.
Jordan Goddard gave the home side a deserved the lead midway through the first half, the first 44 of which Chorley struggled to find any pattern to their play.
But then a 35 yard rocket from Adam Roscoe was quickly followed by a close range effort from Chris Doyle and the score-line and performance was turned around with the following second half was a comfortable affair.
The first 44 minute from Chorley’s point of view was a non-event, with too many miss placed passed and wayward crosses gifting the home side possession, while the home side, struggling at the wrong end of the table, struggled to convert possession into chances with the exeption of their goal. Goddard stabbing home following a long throw.
With a minute to the break and the players contemplating an ear bashing from Garry and his staff Adam Roscoe stepped forward to slam the ball beyond Jonny Maddison who was unmoved in his goal.
A minute later and Chorley had what looked like and unlikely lead. Harry Winter rattled the crossbar and Doyle was on hand to finish from 5 yards.
Atfer the restart Chorley continued where they started on 44 minutes, playing football and there was no surpise when Andy Teague nodded in at the back post from a Dale Whitham corner on 65 minutes.
Aaron Burns, in for the injured James Dean, was unlucky with three chances to add a fourth goal resulting in a block, a save and a goal line clearance.
The only downside of the result was the injuries to Adam Mather and Andy Teague adding to Dean’s absence; hopefully there will be nothing serious to report.
Starting XI: Sam Ashton, Mark Ross, Adam Mather, Andy Teague, Chris Doyle, Adam Roscoe, Josh Hine, Dale Whitham, Aaron Burns, Jack Dorney, Harry Winter
Subs: Chris Almond (Winter, 87), Matt Flynn (Teague, 80), Jack Lynch, Paul Jarvis (Mather, 33), Adam Dodd
Goals: Jordan Goddard (21), ADAM ROSCOE (44), CHRIS DOYLE (45), ANDY TEAGUE (65)