THIS week's "Geraint Parry unswerving loyalty to Wrexham FC's cause award" goes to Andy Holt.
After getting a bump on his head so large Big Dennis wanted to play basketball with it, the man mountain got back up, dusted himself down and played the rest of the extraordinary match against TNS.
Holty, surely another shoo-in for player of the season, spent the rest of the match lurching down the left wing like a mummy and no one could blame him for our shortcomings on Wednesday.
That award belongs to the defence.
On an admittedly terrible pitch they let TNS through again and again. Ken McKenna's side have a harder job breaking down Caersws.
Luckily we were bailed out (once again) by the brilliance of Mark Jones, who's fantastic strike got us back into a match that few would have been surprised if we'd lost.
As the defence parted like the Red Sea, we had enough firepower to (eventually) see off Saints in a game we seemed destined to lose.
We didn't get at least two clear-cut penalties, Dean Bennett and Jon Walters both got injured and we had to keep playing Holt because we'd run out of subs.
The one bright spot was the return of Juan Ugarte.
For a man who hasn't had a lot of football I thought the Basque striker played extremely well in attempting to forge a partnership with makeshift striker Dennis Lawrence.
He also took his goal extremely well, but you'd expect that from Juan.
But his return does worry me a little.
Crewe have only let us take him for a month and I've got a terrible feeling that we're just getting him fit and sharp before they take him back.
The Railwaymen are going down, no question. In League One they'll need a proven goalscorer to get back up - enter Mr Ugarte.
They'll take him before the end of the campaign and look to build for next season.
But until then I'm off to put Darren Ferguson's picture on some milk cartons.