Wrexham have defeated Barnet 1-0 at the Hive Stadium this evening.
A goal from Rob Evans secured the win.
The mother of Guardsman Jamie Shadrake, who died while serving in Afghanistan in 2012, has paid tribute to him at an inquest into his death.
Catherine Griffiths describes her son as a "dedicated soldier" and a "brilliant son".
Earlier today a coroner found that Guardsman Shadrake had been 'unlawfully killed while on active service'.
Coroner John Gittins ruled that Guardsman Jamie Shadrake was 'unlawfully killed whilst on active service'.
In a statement outside the inquest, his mother said: 'We believed in Jamie and in what he was doing in Afghanistan. We know his selfless sacrifice has helped the people of Afghanistan'
Guardsman Jamie Shadrake of the Reconnaissance Platoon, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards died when his checkpoint was attacked by insurgents in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand Province in 2012.
An inquest into the death of Guardsman Jamie Shadrake, 20, has heard evidence this morning from the medic who tried to save his life.
Lance Corporal Guy Bosher - questioned by coroner John Gittins - agreed that the Guardsman's death, after an attack whilst he was manning a sentry point on his own, would have been instantaneous.
The inquest at Ruthin, before coroner John Gittins, is due to last three days.
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Wrexham have been beaten by Woking in the Conference after a second half goal by the visitors.
Wrexham managed to equalise in the first half with a goal from Louis Moult.
But, Dean Morgan scored Woking's second goal with a left footed shot in the 66th minute.
A decision to merge Wrexham and Flintshire Magistrates' Benches could have 'profound implications' on local people, according to Wrexham MP Ian Lucas.
Mr Lucas has written to the Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling, asking him to reconsider the proposal, because of the impact it would have on the Wrexham area.
The MP has been a long standing opponent of the proposed merger, and has made submissions to consultations ran by the Ministry of Justice.
In his letter to Mr Grayling, he says:
"This could have profound implications for Wrexham people - whether that is the court staff who face uncertainty over their jobs, the cost to all those involved in court cases having to make additional journeys to Flintshire, or indeed the impact upon our town's legal professionals."
"It is little wonder that the possibility of a legal challenge to the proposals is now being seriously discussed in Wrexham."
A spokesperson for the HM Courts & Tribunal Service said the decision was made after consulting local authorities, Criminal Justice System partners and stakeholders, including local MPs.
"Following a local consultation, Flintshire and Wrexham Local Justice Areas were merged into one new Area.
"The merger was to make the best use of judicial, legal and administrative resources to improve the service for court users.
"It will improve the effective delivery of justice by increasing flexibility in dealing with cases and increasing the opportunities for magistrates to retain experience and their competence."
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Problems with EE mobile phone reception in Wrexham have been raised with the company by the town’s MP.
Ian Lucas contacted the company to ask for a meeting after a series of constituents raised issues with mobile services in the town.
Mr Lucas has said he has been told that repair work is underway on a central Wrexham mobile mast – but has asked people to contact him if they find problems persist.
When I met EE, I told them that people in Wrexham were paying them for a service and had every right to expect that service. They told me that there is a problem affecting a mast in central Wrexham which they are working to fix as soon as possible, and that repairs should be made within the next few days.
Mr Lucas says he was pleased with the speed of the response from EE but believed people should be getting the service they are paying for.
“If these issues have not resolved within the next few days, people should get back in touch with me – and I will put their concerns to EE," he said.
Public meetings are being held this week on plans to build a new gas power station on Wrexham Industrial Estate.
The firm behind the plans, Wrexham Power Ltd, says the £300 million scheme would create 30 permanent jobs, and hundreds more whilst it's being built.
But local opposition group WRAPS (Wrexham Residents Against the Power Scheme) say the power station would spoil the rural landscape.
Today sees the final meeting take place at Redwither Business Park.