Torquay United 0-1 Wrexham | December 2015
It wasn't the best of games, played out on an uncharacteristically bleak Saturday afternoon on the English Riviera, as we flashback to December 2015, but it was three points collected for Wrexham.
The match hinged on one moment of excellence from Mark Carrington, so often the man that pops up with an important goal. It was windy and Wrexham stuggled in the early parts of the match to get a foot-hold.
Both sides had little in the way of chances in a fairly even encounter, until late on when the Dragons showed better quality. In the 78th minute, a corner was delivered and not dealt with, as Carrington, at full stretch managed to hook the ball in the net.
Wrexham had another good chance cleared off the line in the closing moments - but the three points were already secure.
Torquay United: Lavercombe, Berry, MacDonald, Richards, Nicholson, Smith, Verma, Heslop (Briscoe 88'), Butler, Wright, Murombedzi (Marsh 82').
Substitutes (not used): Spiess, Carmichael, Gerring.
Wrexham: Taylor, Smith, Hudson, Moke (Caton 59'), Newton, Fyfield, York (O'Brien 70'), Carrington, Evans, Vose (Gray 73'), Jennings.
Substitutes (not used): White, Nolan.
- Referee: Richard Martin