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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 14:12 UK time, Monday, 21 April 2008

What a difference a game makes. First it was all but over and Wrexham FC were resigned to start next season in non league football.

And then, joy of joys, Wrexham managed three points against Notts County and now there is some hope the team maybe, possibly, hopefully could do enough to save themselves and stay in the League.

Here's a quick trawl of the web and stories and blogs about Wrexham which has been keeping my news reader busy:

Wrexham win brings faint hope as Reds battle - Evening Leader

Stick with the younger ones, says Roberts - Daily Post

Wrexham FC - Blog, Cllr Gareth Griffiths
They thought it was all over - but it's not quite the end for Wrexham AFC as a football league club yet. So Hereford on Tuesday night. The club threw themselves a last-gasp lifeline in their struggle to stay in the Football League...

So, could Wrexham earn another vital three points tomorrow at Hereford?

A Hereford fan's blog site, Bulls' News, points out: 'Anything but a win will relegate Wrexham who have not won a League match at Edgar Street in seven attempts. Their last triumph was in February 1988.'

Fingers crossed.

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