Match ends, Wrexham 1, Maidstone United 0.
Wrexham bounced back from defeat to Barrow with a vital 1-0 win over Maidstone United to all but relegate the visitors from the National League.
Ben Tollitt scored the vital goal in his last game with the Dragons who needed a win to keep alive their automatic promotion hopes.
The hosts made the breakthrough on 49 minutes as Tranmere loanee Tollitt found the bottom corner.
Wrexham remain third with Maidstone adrift in the relegation places.
Wrexham manager Bryan Hughes told BBC Sport Wales:
"I take the result over the performance, it could be the most important win of the season.
"At this crucial stage it is the results that matter and hopefully we can start another run now.
"It gives us a chance, it gives us something to build on. We are just concentrating on what we are doing.
"We will see what the teams around us do. But we will take 1-0 wins every week at this stage."
- 3JenningsBooked at 67mins
- 10HolroydSubstituted forBeavonat 71'minutes
- 17DeverdicsBooked at 52minsSubstituted forGrantat 53'minutes
- 29TollittSubstituted forMcGlashanat 88'minutes
- 16WishartBooked at 89mins
- 5De Havilland
- 20WaltonBooked at 40mins
- 14AmaluzorSubstituted forEmberyat 59'minutes
- Matthew Dicicco
Second Half ends, Wrexham 1, Maidstone United 0.
Dan Wishart (Maidstone United) is shown the yellow card.
Substitution, Wrexham. Jermaine McGlashan replaces Ben Tollitt.
Substitution, Wrexham. Stuart Beavon replaces Chris Holroyd.
James Jennings (Wrexham) is shown the yellow card.
Substitution, Maidstone United. Jake Embery replaces Justin Amaluzor.
Substitution, Wrexham. Bobby Grant replaces Nicky Deverdics.
Nicky Deverdics (Wrexham) is shown the yellow card.
Goal! Wrexham 1, Maidstone United 0. Ben Tollitt (Wrexham).
Second Half begins Wrexham 0, Maidstone United 0.
First Half ends, Wrexham 0, Maidstone United 0.
Simon Walton (Maidstone United) is shown the yellow card.
First Half begins.
Lineups are announced and players are warming up.