CHRISTIAN DIBBLE: Kept Wrexham in the game with two crucial saves but could do nothing about Michael Cheek’s winner. 7

LIAM McALINDEN: Worked hard in defence but didn’t offer much going forward as Wrexham struggled to deliver quality final balls. 6

BEN TOZER: For once his long throws didn’t come off as Bromley dealt with everything that was thrown at them. 6

MAX CLEWORTH: Wrexham’s best defender again. Had a great first half but won’t be happy with Bromley’s winner. 7

TOM O’CONNOR: Played in a strange role but didn’t look out of place on his return to the starting line up. 6

LUKE YOUNG : Quiet game from the workaholic midfielder as Bromley won the key battles in the engine room. 6

JAMES JONES: Like Young, Jones didn’t really give Wrexham the push they needed in the middle of the park. 6

CALUM McFADZEAN: Solid enough defensively but again Wrexham lacked any real width to provide ammo for the strikers. 6

JORDAN DAVIES: Had a great chance in the first half but for once the Wrexham-born midfielder couldn’t grab a goal. 6

PAUL MULLIN: The same can be said of the Reds’ top scorer. Mullin worked hard, running the channels but couldn’t find a way past the Bromley keeper. 8

OLLIE PALMER: Put himself about like he normally does but tired in the second half. 6


REECE HALL-JOHNSON: Did his best to get forward after replacing McAlinden and had a couple of crosses blocked. 6

DAN JARVIS: Didn’t have much time to make an impact. 5

JAKE HYDE: Was a handful when he came on late on, had a goal controversially ruled out and could have had a hat-trick. 7