Lewes 0 V Wrexham 2

Last updated : 19 February 2009 By Gvred
Two second half goals saw Wrexham improve to fifth in the table after this hard fought encounter.

In a game of few chances, Lewes made things difficult for Wrexham.Kieron St Amie who scored earlier in the season against Wrexham when on loan at Grays Athletic, wasted the home sides best opportunity when his weak lob failed to trouble Ward.

Wrexham's best chance of the first half fell to Marc Williams, failing from seven yards. The pattern continued in the second half, with chances at a premium.

Louis'header was cleared off the line, while at the other end St Amie failed to connect from six yards.

Marc Williams finally broke the deadlock after 68 minutes, heading in a Brown cross from close range.

Ward almost gifted lewes an equaliser when he was dispossesed by Charles After dribbling around the striker.

Wes Baynes settled matters on 82 minutes with a left foot strike from 18 yards only minutes after coming on for Brown.

Wrexham's first away clean sheet since beating Chester City in March 2008 puts them into a play-off position with games in hand on most of the teams around them.