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The BBC lead their Wrexham AFC page with a report of Saturday afternoons 3-1 win over Braintree Town at the Racecourse.
The National League Website include Wrexham in their 'crowd pleasers' article. 4,221 people attended the fixture with Braintree on Saturday with 20 making the trip from the south. This put the Dragons in third place behind the National League South promotion encounter between Woking and Torquay United attracting 4,589 and Leyton Orient vs FC Halifax Town attracting 5,458.
The Braintree and Whitham Times went with the headline "Iron are unable to put a spanner in the works of promotion-chasing Wrexham" while the Evening Express said "Defeat at Wrexham condemns Braintree to the drop".
Meanwhile the Barnet & Potters Bar Times carried a report on this coming Saturday's opponents 1-1 draw at FC Halifax Town last night.
Locally, the leader spoke to club legend Dixie McNeil who backed Wrexham to secure a play-off place. Meanwhile, they also spoke to manager Bryan Hughes who told them that losing centre back Jake Lawlor to a shoulder injury is a 'Big Blow'.
The Daily Post also spoke to manager Bryan Hughes who gave them an update on Jake Lawlor's injury. In another article with the manager he told them that the squad has ample defensive cover while Lawlor is on the sidelines.
The Wrexham AFC Media Team covered the Braintree Town win with the final whistle podcast. This weekend Mark Griffiths, Colin Henrys and Lee Milford were on hand to analyise the action.