A bad start in the National League for Wrexham, they lost away to Bromley 3-1.
It had been a good start for the Dragons, with Wes York securing a goal in the first half, but the home side came back and continue to add to the scoresheet in the second half.
Wrexham recorded a thumping 3-0 win away to Braintree in the Conference this afternoon.
Louis Moult rattled in two goals, with a third from Andy Bishop sealing victory for the Dragons.
Wrexham secured the win against Grimsby, with Joe Clarke scoring the only goal of the match early in the first half.
They now sit 11th in the table behind Gateshead and Halifax.
Wrexham are away to Grimsby in the Football Conference. The visitors are leading at half time after a goal from Joe Clarke. Half time Grimsby 0-1 Wrexham.
A draw for Wrexham in the Conference, after travelling away to Macclesfield Town.
Danny Whittaker opened the scoring for the homeside, but Connor Jennings equalised just before half time.
Lee Bell scored for Macclesfield Town in the second half, before Wrexham responded with a game saving goal in the 90th minute, from Robbie Evans.
Final score 2-2.
Andy Bishop added another goal to his tally in the second half helping to secure the win for Wrexham.
Final score Wrexham 4-0 Alfreton.
Wrexham are at home to Alfreton in the Conference. Goals from Connor Jennings, Andy Bishop and Jay Harris earned the home side a 3-0 lead at half time.
Wrexham football club have issued an advert on their website for a new manager.
The club, which is the only fully professional club in North Wales, say they're looking for 'the right candidate' to be a part of their future growth.
It comes just days after it was announced manager Kevin Wilkin would leave the club, following a 5-4 defeat in the FA trophy final against North Ferriby at Wembley.
Wrexham came from behind to draw 1-1 against Lincoln City in the Conference.
Kyle Storer got the Welsh side's goal at the Racecourse, to leave Wrexham 14th in the table.
FT: 1-1. A fair result in a game devoid of any glorious chances
Wrexham secured a much needed three points by defeating Chester at the Racecourse. Kieron Morris scored the only goal of the game after just 7 minutes as the Dragons sealed an important victory in their bid to move further away from the Conference relegation zone.