Let's find out how the loaned out Dragons' are getting on...
Wrexham First Team
Hamza Bencherif at York City: Hamza continued in the centre-back berth for York City on Good Friday when they traveled to Solihull Moors where they picked up a vital three points. He played the full 90 minutes in this 1-2 win with Vadaine Oliver scoring the two goals for City. Obviously, on Bank Holiday Monday Hamza wasn't eligible to play in the game against us, which Wrexham convincingly won 1-3 thanks to goals from Jordan White (2) and Leo Smith. Former red Sean Newton filled in at centre-half in his absence and did well, but Gary Mills will be pleased to have Hamza back for the final two games, which are now both must win contests for York if they are to avoid the drop down to the National League North.
Callum Powell at Tamworth: Two bank holiday weekend games to tell you about for Callum in the Vanarama National League North where he continues his loan with former Wrexham manager Andy Morrell's Tamworth. First on Saturday they played out a 0-0 draw at Bradford Park Avenue where Callum played the full 90 minutes and was unlucky not to add a couple of assists to his record. On Easter Monday it was a different story at home against Alfreton Town though. Callum came on with 20 minutes to play and notched up an assist with Tamworth coming out 4-1 winners.
Khaellem Bailey-Nicholls at Redditch United: Khaellem has been at Redditch for around a month now in the Evo-Stik Southern League and continued his spell at the club on bank holiday Monday. It was a trip to Welsh side Merthyr Town this week. He came off the bench on 68 minutes and almost had an impact on proceedings four minutes from time. His free-kick was heading for the top corner but Town keeper Oliver Davies pulled off a spectacular save. This result see's Merthyr take a step closer to the Vanarama National League South next season as they finally secure a play-off place.
Kieran Wolland at Colwyn Bay: Another two games to talk about this time in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier. On Saturday the Seagulls came from behind twice to take a point at league leaders Farsley Celtic during this 2-2 result with Kieran between the sticks for the full 90 minutes. On Monday Kieran was an unused substitute when the Bay lost 2-1 at play-off chasing side Trafford.
Joe Newton at Gresford Athletic: There was no bank holiday weekend football for Gresford in the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance.
Corey Roper at Cefn Druids: Druids played host to Llandudno on Good Friday at the Rock in the Dafabet Welsh Premier League. Corey completed 90 minutes and Druids won the match 3-2. This result see's Druids pull away to lead the 'top half' of the league table split and with a game to play see's them in 7th place overall.
Dan Collins at Colwyn Bay: Dan competed 90 minutes on Saturday in the 2-2 draw with league leaders Farsley Celtic in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier. He also completed the full 90 minutes in Easter Monday's 2-1 defeat at Trafford.
Liam Walsh at Gresford Athletic: No game for Gresford this weekend in the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance.