Lincoln City 2-0 Wrexham
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Ben Tomlinson struck twice as Lincoln City dominated visitors Wrexham.
The striker ran beyond his marker to open the scoring after Andy Boyce flicked on a long free-kick.
Wrexham struggled to cope with the Imps' aerial threat throughout and Tomlinson slid in for a late second after Bohan Dixon helped on a throw-in.
Brett Ormerod came closest to getting a shot on target for the visitors, but defender Nat Brown threw himself in the way to deny the Wrexham front man.
Lincoln had lost for the first time in the league this season at Cambridge United on Saturday but climb to fourth with this victory.
In contrast Wrexham, the losing play-off finalists last season, have now taken just five points from their first five Skrill Premier games of the new season and are winless since the opening day.
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Wrexham player-manager Andy Morrell told BBC Radio Wales:
"We were inept, at best. Nobody doing their jobs, everyone doing their own thing. It looked like we were going to concede from every ball that was put in.
"It was the worst we've been since I've been in charge I think.
"We didn't create anything, there was no movement - just miles away from what we do really. If we're going to be like we're going to have a long season."