WREXHAM may have enjoyed a victory at the High Court yesterday, but they couldn't follow it up with another on the pitch.
In fact, Dragons boss Denis Smith admitted last night's 3-2 defeat at Macclesfield had left him feeling as low after a match as at any time during his spell with the club.
He watched his side surrender a 2-0 lead and said: "Once we went 2-0 ahead I thought we were comfortable and we should have taken the three points.
"I know we had a lot of young players out there but they have got to start being men."
Goals from Sam Williams and Andy Holt had put Wrexham in control but the defender then scored an own goal from a disputed corner, described by Smith as the pivotal moment of the match.
"It should have been a goal-kick rather than a corner. And if Matthew Derbyshire had taken his chance to make it 3-1, the game would have been over. From a playing point of view I'm feeling as low as I've ever been at this club."