Here's an assessment of how Simon Weaver's players performed on a wet and windy afternoon in Wales. PICTURES: MATT KIRKHAM.
Joe Cracknell 6. Did well in difficult conditions for a keeper, not at fault for either goal and almost set Jack Muldoon up on a couple of occasions.
Toby Lees 7. His first start of the season, but didnt look out of his depth or flustered at all. Read the game well and made some clever interceptions.
Kelvin Langmead 7. ADVERTISER STAR MAN. The Town skipper for the day made some crucial tackles, including a particularly impressive challenge on Paul Rutherford with 20 to play.
Liam Kitching 6. Started very well bringing the ball forward into midfield to start attacks and made some good tackles. Caught out of position for the Dragons' winner, however.
George Thomson 7. Performed well both attacking and defending in the right wing-back role with some good tackles and deliveries into the box.
Liam Agnew 7. Covered plenty of ground in the middle of the park.
Michael Woods 6. Looked less comfortable in a deeper midfield two. Put himself about and picked up a couple of knocks. Did threaten late in the first half when further forward
Joe Leesley 7. Worked hard down the left all afternoon and delivered quality crosses into the box. Went close with two long-range shots.
Jack Muldoon 7. Looked Towns most dangerous attacker at times, carrying the ball forward from a new role behind the strikers, but, like at Braintree, it wouldnt drop for him in front of goal. Missed a penalty to put Town 2-1 up before half-time.
Mark Beck 7. Took his goal well, threatened to add to that tally and brought others into play up front.
Aaron Williams 6. Worked hard up front, not giving the Wrexham defence a moment's peace and almost created Towns second with a wicked cross.