Wrexham 2-0 Kidderminster

Danny Wright's strike was his first for Wrexham following his summer move

Wrexham secured their sixth successive victory in the Blue Square Bet Premier with a deserved win over Kidderminster.

Jamie Tolley scored the home side's opening goal on 24 minutes, converting Curtis Obeng's cross.

Danny Wright opened his Wrexham account with the second goal three minutes after the interval.

Stand-in goalkeeper Joslain Mayebi was forced to make an important save to deny Harriers' Luke Medley in the second half.

But Dean Saunders' side held on to secure victory to stay top of the table on goal difference from Gateshead.


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Wrexham: Mayebi, Obeng, Creighton, Knight-Percival, Ashton, Harris, Fowler, Tolley, Speight (Keates 78), Wright (Pogba 89), Morrell (Cieslewicz 72). Subs Not Used: Taylor, Little.

Goals: Tolley 24, Wright 48.

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Kidderminster: Lewis, Vaughan, Jones, Marshall, Mike Williams, Hankin, Storer (Marc Williams 56), Vincent, Byrne, Guinan (Matt 66), Medley (Gittings 70). Subs Not Used: Lyness, Sharpe.

Booked: Storer.

Att: 4,102

Ref: Darren Handley (Lancashire).

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