Hyde 2-5 Wrexham

Rob Ogleby's hat-trick helped Wrexham come from behind at bottom side Hyde.

The striker scrambled in the visitors' opener, but Hyde hit back when Connor Hughes found the corner of the net and Scott Spencer then put them ahead.

Hyde's hopes of a first win this season lasted just six minutes before Ogleby rose to head in a floated cross.

Joe Clarke's long drive restored Wrexham's lead, before Ogleby's third from a tight angle and David Artell's late header from a corner made it safe.

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Wrexham manager Andy Morrell told BBC Radio Wales: "I thought we were relatively lucky going in at 2-2, but I ripped into a few of them at half-time and we got a bit of a response.

"The third goal sort of killed them a little bit and lifted us and then I thought we were well good for the three points.

"There were some good finishes but we had some good chances as well in there. I think we counted it should have been about 9-6 at the end of it if all the chances had gone in."

As It Stood

TeamPWDLGDPts
1Luton2515823353
2Cambridge2415722752
3Alfreton2615110146
4Grimsby2313461443
5Kidderminster251339442
6Halifax2612591141
7Nuneaton251186341
8Salisbury241248540
9Barnet251096939
10Braintree241158938
11Gateshead241149437
12Macclesfield241059235
13Welling24978234
14Forest Green2410311633
15Wrexham249510432
16Hereford258710-231
17Woking248511-629
18Lincoln City247611-927
19Aldershot241059525
20Southport246513-1723
21Chester2541011-1522
22Tamworth235612-2021
23Dartford265318-2618
24Hyde United240321-443
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