Match ratings: How did Hartlepool United's players mark in Wrexham loss?
Save Pools Day was electric off the park, but turned into a damp squib on it.
That's now nine without victory for Craig Harrison's Pools, but how did each of the players rate? Liam Kennedy has his say...
Scott Loach - Could do nothing about either goal. Let down by those in front of him... 6
Carl Magnay - It's time like these we will find out if he really is suitable for the armband. Needs to step up to the plate... 4
Louis Laing - Won his aerial duals. Better... 5
Liam Donnelly - Hit the bar and looked solid enough. It's rare to find him at fault for the goals... 5
Blair Adams - Schoolboy error which ultimately cost the game. Simply not been good enough this season... 3
Nicky Featherstone - Really struggled in a midfield unit that looked much of muchness... 4
Lewis Hawkins - Cannot fault the lad's effort. Always puts in 100%, but has lacked quality... 5
Michael Woods - Looked to be switched off at times. Expect much better... 4
Nicky Deverdics - Ineffectual. Gave very little outside of his delivery from set-pieces...4
Jake Cassidy - One brilliant turn and run after out-muscling defender, but that was about it. Week after week he is left isolated. It needs to change... 5
Devante Rodney - Worked very hard, with little end product. Getting better and better, slowly but surely... 6
Tomi Adeloye (for Featherstone 81) ...N/A
Not used: Ryan Catterick, Scott Harrison, Josh Hawkes, Conor Newton.
Wrexham XI: Chris Dunn, James Jennings, Manny Smith, Shaun Pearson, Sam Wedgbury, Scott Quigley (Akil Wright 77), Chirs Holroyd, Paul Rutherford, Marcus Kelly, Kevin Roberts, Scott Boden (James Hurst 89).
Not used: Jack Mackreth, Christian Dibble, Leo Smith.
Goal(s): Quigley 55 & 72
Attendance: 6, 833
Referee: M Donohue - Very little of controversy to deal with... 6