Wrexham kept hold of third place in the Blue Square Bet Premier as Jay Harris set them on the way to a comfortable home win over Barrow.
Midfielder Harris gave the hosts the lead with a stunning 35-yard drive.
Adam Boyes had the visitors' best chance just before the break but could not direct his header on goal.
Andy Bishop doubled Wrexham's advantage in the 71st minute after Dean Keates' free-kick was not cleared, before Rob Ogleby finished from close range.
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Wrexham assistant manager Billy Barr told BBC Radio Wales:
"After being frustrated on Saturday we've bounced back in the right manner tonight.
"I thought the backline were magnificent... it was difficult conditions, especially in the second half where they kept sticking it on the edge of our box, but we were brave, started high and defended well.
"I doubt there will be a better goal scored at the Racecourse this season than Jay Harris's. As soon as the ball left his foot - we were right behind it - you could see it's going top corner."