Billy Russell made three changes to the side that lost 2-0 to Doncaster Rovers a week earlier. Max Clark returned from international duty to partner Ben Clappison in the centre of defence with Henry Gill dropping out. Joe Cracknell took over from Rory Watson in goal and Leon Dawson came in on the left side of midfield at the expense of Jack Barlow.
The Tigers created an early chance when Sam O’Connor did well on the right and from his cross Dawson’s left foot strike was blocked by the Chesterfield defence.
However, City were still ahead by the 4th minute of the game. Matty Dixon played a corner low to the edge of the box, Brad Ricketts dummied and although Danny Chambers shot was blocked Joel Sutton was ideally placed to fire in the rebound.
Chambers could have added a second when O’Connor flicked on a Cracknell kick but the City striker was off target with a right foot shot.
Chambers and Sutton then combined well but the latter dragged a right foot shot wide of the post.
City continued to have the better of the play and Dawson’s cross from the left was met by Dixon but the Spireites keeper Cameron Mason blocked the City skipper’s effort from close range.
The Tigers doubled their lead in the 39th minute with a superb 30 yard strike from Chambers that flew over the keeper and clipped the underside of the bar on its way into the net.
Half Time: Chesterfield Juniors 0 Hull City Juniors 2
Chesterfield had not managed a shot at goal in the first period but they almost pulled a goal back at the start of the second period. Josh Scully drove in a free kick from out on the left and Cracknell had to be alert to push the ball over the bar. From the corner Tim Whittaker headed wide at the far post.
Chambers fired high and wide for the Tigers and then narrowly headed over from a Jack Barlow corner.
City increased their lead in the 63rd minute when a corner was cleared only as far as Dawson and from his cross Clappison was left totally unmarked to head past Mason.
Chambers was unlucky not to add a fourth when he met a Barlow corner but his header came back off the crossbar and when the City striker then lifted a shot over the keeper Whittaker cleared his shot off the line.
The hosts pulled a goal back in the 89th minute when Ross Goodwin broke down the right and pulled the ball back for Fabian Johnson to fire into the top corner. However, it proved only to be a consolation as the young Tigers chalked up their second away win of the season.
Chesterfield: Cameron Mason, Jordan Slack, Matthew Clarke, Josh Scully, Jack Broadhead, Tim Whittaker, Ross Goodwin, Ben Partridge, Brad Bowland, Mark Fereday (Fabian Johnson 66), Joe Mathers (Regan Edridge 86).
Subs Not Used: Tom Colton, Mitchell Mullins.
Hull City: Joe Cracknell, Sam Topliss, Tom Davie, Brad Ricketts, Ben Clappison, Max Clark (Eoghan McCawl 80), Joel Sutton (Will Annan 72), Matty Dixon (Jack Barlow 53), Danny Chambers, Sam O’Connor, Leon Dawson.
Subs Not Used: Rory Watson, Harry Cardwell.