Barnet 1 Wrexham 2
TWO goals from striker Lee McEvilly in three minutes earned Wrexham a valuable and much needed three points are Barnet this afternoon.
It was only their second away win of the season and came in manager Brian Carey's 10th game after taking over from former boss Denis Smith.
What's more it was the first win of the year for the North Wales club who hung on for their victory.
Playing up the notorious Underhill slope in the first half Wrexham were forced to defend for long spells and recalled goalkeeper Michael Ingham had to make a smart save from Jason Puncheon in the eighth minute.
As the home side dominated Oliver Allen was denied by the Northern Ireland international mid way through the first half but Barnet finally broke through on 27 minutes when Liam Hatch raced clear and although his effort was blocked it fell kindly for Allen to score.
Wrexham's best chance of the half came on 34 minutes when McEvilly's well struck free kick was turned onto the bar and behind by Ross Flitney.
The visitors hit back strongly after the break will McEvilly doing the damage.
Welsh international Chris Llewellyn was heavily involved in both goals. Firstly setting up the striker for a fine shot from 25 yards. And he followed that two minutes later with an accurate header into the roof of the net following Llewellyn's cross.