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Wrexham 2-0 Weymouth

Wrexham ended their season on a high by ending a run of four straight defeats against already-relegated Weymouth.

Michael Proctor broke the deadlock after 30 minutes when he collected the ball from Jamie McCluskey and smashed it home from close range.

Ryan Flynn doubled the lead three minutes later, receiving Sam Aiston's pass and tucking the ball under Weymouth goalkeeper Adam Legzdins.

Stephen Cooke had a chance for Weymouth late on but Chris Maxwell saved well.


Wrexham manager Dean Saunders:

"I wanted the three points for the supporters first of all and for my own sanity as well throughout the summer.

"It was also for the players because I don't think it's lack of effort that we never got there [promotion].

"We've taken a few punches on the chin. At least we can go away for the summer with some positive vibes."


Wrexham: Maxwell, Curtis (Edwards 58), Westwood, Kempson, Williamson, McCluskey, Kearney, Fleming (Fairhurst 81), Aiston, Proctor (Brown 90), Flynn.
Subs Not Used: Taylor, Anoruo.

Booked: Aiston.

Goals: Proctor 30, Flynn 33.

Weymouth: Legzdins, Frampton, Hoyte, Gwinnett, Gill (Agera 66), Merella, Browning, Coutts, Cutler, Akurang, Onibuje (Joseph-Dubois 46), Joseph-Dubois (Cooke 55).
Subs Not Used: Reiffer, Richardson.

Booked: Browning.

Att: 2,756

Ref: P Curry (England).



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