LUKE YOUNG scored a goal worthy of winning any game as Wrexham beat leaders Bromley 1-0 at The Racecourse.

The midfielder's stunning volley from the edge of the area in the 78th minute sealed a first league win in seven outings for the Reds.

It was also Dean Keates' first victory in the National League since returning for a second spell as manager and although Wrexham remain in the relegation zone, it is something for the Reds to build on.

Here's how the players rated:

ROB LAINTON: Kept Wrexham in the game with a brilliant early save and deserved his clean sheet. 7

JAMES HORSFIELD: Had another good game but stretched off late on with what could be a serious injury. 7

JAKE LAWLOR: Solid display as he and Pearson once again linked up to good effect at the back. 7

SHAUN PEARSON: Back after missing three games and the captain led by example, keeping Bromley at bay. 7

JAMES JENNINGS: Bromley had good spells but Jennings held firm and also supported attacks. 7

LUKE SUMMERFIELD: It wasn't a pretty game and it became a battle between the two midfield's. 6

LUKE YOUNG: Did his job as the holding midfielder and scored a stunning goal worthy of winning any game. 6

AKIL WRIGHT: In and out of the game as the midfield's cancelled each other out. 6

PAUL RUTHERFORD: Caused a lot of problems, brought two superb saves of the goalkeeper and set up the winner. 7

BOBBY GRANT: Could not fault his effort as he played as the middle striker in a front three. 6

BEN TOLLITT: Back in the side for a rare start but didn't make the most of his chance and was substituted. 5

MARK HARRIS: Didn't make much of an impact. 5

MARK CARRINGTON: A late replacement for the injured Horsfield. 4