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PREVIEW | Wrexham v Wealdstone

A consistently tricky opponent awaits as we return to league action.

10 February 2023

After the heroics of Tuesday night, it's time to return to the important business of chasing the title.

Phil Parkinson rotated his side at Sheffield, so it would be logical to expect a number of changes as we settle back into the league routine. However, a number of players who were given a chance to play at Bramall Lane took that opportunity to give the manager a nudge with confident performance against Championship opoosition. With a frantic four weeks ahead of him, Parkinson will be glad to know that his squad has impressive depth.

Rob Lainton, Harry Lennon, Jacob Mendy and Andy Cannon all got much-needed minutes into their legs, wich could prove crucial in the run-in. It was also good to see Bryce Hosannah back on the bench after injury, and Eoghan O'Connell will be available again against The Stones having been cup-tied on Tuesday.

The injury time defeat to Sheffield United ended our club record unbeaten run, but we still haven't been defeated in theleague since October, and must now look to hit the ground running as a Saturday-Tuesday fixture pattern establishes itself in the short-term.

Having consolidated their National League status with a solid mid-table finish last season, Wealdstone have made an impressive tilt at the play-off spots this time round. They arrive at The Racecourse in 10th place, just one point off the post-season slots, having spent 8 weeks of the season in the coveted top 7 places, briefly holding top spot.

That strong start was followed by an alarming evaporation of form in October, as 6 consecutive defeats were suffered. A succession of injuries was the prime cause of the collapse as they slipped down to mid-table, but since then they've lost just 2 in 12. Consecutive clean sheets have raised them back to the cusp of the play-off places, with an impressive victory over Dagenham & Redbridge, leap-frogging their opponents in the process. 

That win followed on from an annual Wealdstone tradition: a goalless draw at Yeovil. Consecutive clean sheets have given The Stones hope that they are finding stability as they regroup for the run-in, and their defence showed great fortitude as it repelled Dagenham in the second half, with Sam Howes outstanding in goal when a chance was created.

Wealdstone haven't conceded an away goal since December 10th, when they drew 3-3 at Bromley, and have lost just 1 one of their last 6 games on the road. Solidity is the watchword on their travels: outside the bottm 7, only Halifax Town have scored fewer away from home, but only 2 teams below them have better defensive records.


There is a real feel-good factor around the Vale, attendances are up around 20% compared with the same fixtures last season and it was fantastic to break the attendance record when Wrexham visited in November.

-Rory Fitzgerald, Wealdstone chairman.

Having registered their highest league position in 35 years last season, and appearing on track to improve on it this time round, there's a genuine sense of hope around Wealdstone. They certainly have friends in high places as they received support in the negotiation of a lease for Grosvenor Vale from their local MP, Boris Johnson. You can certainly see why chairman Rory Fitzgerald proudly described to his club's website that Wealdstone are "unique...we are a part time football club playing in a full-time league entirely dependent on volunteers to keep the club going."



It seems to be a case of famine of feast where Wealdstone are concerned, as our matches tend to either be stalemates or packed full of goals!

Two of our five clashes have ended goalless, including our match earlier this season and the last time they came to The Racecourse in November 2021. In fact, The Stones ended Wrexham’s run of scoring in every game of the season when they kept a clean sheet, Wrexham having hit the net in their first 17 games under Phil Parkinson. Keeper George Wickens, on loan from Fulham, was the hero of the day, pulling off a remarkable triple save from Aaron Hayden, Ben Tozer and Luke Young to repel the Red Dragons.

We looked to be on course to drop three points against them in the reverse fixture, as we trailed by a penalty kick with 2 minutes left, but Jordan Davies equalised with a brilliant goal which ought to have been disallowed because his initial free kick thundered back to him without touching anyone else, so his successful follow-up shot was a consecutive touch from a set piece.

There was nothing lucky about the winner except that it came in the 5th minute of added time, as Reece Hall-Johnson struck the target for his customary injury-time winner in the south east.

In contrast to those low-scoring affairs, our first two matches yielded 12 goals! If you want to know about the circumstances of our 4-3 defeat when the sides first met in October 2020, ask Jacob Mendy as his remarkable strike was the pick of the goals!

We gained revenge in the home match though, although once again our opponents proved to be a stone in our shoe. We were trailling at half time, but we were in the lead by the 9th minute of the second half and went on to win 4-1 thanks to Luke Young, Dior Angus and two goals from Kwame Thomas.

Those two strikes make Thomas our equal top scorer in this fixture alongside Adi Yussuf, whose first two goals for us came in that 4-3 defeat.



Ollie Palmer’s 525th career appearance.

Ollie Palmer’s 50th league game for Wrexham.

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Match Reports

REPORT | Wrexham 3-1 Wealdstone

Mullin, Mendy and Dalby hand Wrexham all three points

11 February 2023

A performance built on grit and determination saw Wrexham claim maximum points at theRacecourse thanks to goals from Paul Mullin, Jacob Mendy and Sam Dalby.

Wrexham struck first after 40 minutes through an unmarked Paul Mullin who planted his header into the net following a great delivery from Elliot Lee.

It was the away side who came flying out the traps early in the second half, Tarryn Allarakhia levelled the match as he broke clear of the Wrexham defence, rounding Mark Howard and finishing into the net on 50 minutes.

The home side were not to be denied though, Jacob Mendy on as a second half substitute rifled his shot past Sam Howes from the edge of the penalty area, giving Wrexham the advantage once again just 2 minutes later.

Sam Dalby entered the fray late on in the match and after just 60 seconds he had his goal, coolly stroking home from inside the penalty area and giving Wrexham a well-deserved win.

Manager Phil Parkinson named 6 changes following Wrexham’s midweek FA Cup defeat. 

Mark Howard returned in goal, Eoghan O’Connell, Tom O’Connor and Callum McFadzean came into the defence, Elliot Lee slotted into midfield, while Ollie Palmer took his place alongside Paul Mullin upfront. 

The opening 10 minutes offered little in terms of chances created, with both teams enjoying periods of possession and probing the opposition defence.

On 14 minutes Paul Mullin thought he’d beaten the offside trap as he ran through one-on-one from a defence splitting pass by Ollie Palmer, only for the linesman’s flag to halt Wrexham’s early advances.

It took until the 33rd minute for the first shot on goal, neat interplay through midfield by Wealdstone allowed for Tarryn Allarakhia to find space but his low shot from 25 yard’s was a comfortable save for Mark Howard.

The breakthrough came on the 40th minute mark, Wrexham took the lead via Elliot Lee’s curling cross which was met by an unmarked Paul Mullin who nodded his effort goalbound, despite the best efforts of Sam Howes in the Stones goal he couldn’t keep it out. 

Minutes later a short corner by the home side made space for Luke Young, who drove a low shot on target but this time Wealdstone were able to repel Wrexham’s attack through a combination of Ashley Charles and Sam Howes putting the ball past their own post for a Wrexham corner.

Just 5 minutes after the restart Wealdstone found an equaliser, a counter attack from a Wrexham corner allowed Tarryn Allarakhia to run clear before rounding a helpless Mark Howard and finishing into the back of the net.

Wrexham hit back with an almost instant reply, Jacob Mendy regained the hosts lead in the 54th minute, as he found space on the edge of away sides penalty area before shifting the ball onto his right foot and whipping it into the side netting past Sam Howes.

The Stones then looked for a second response, a square pass found Tarrelle Whittaker on 71 minutes but his left footed attempt from range was straight down the throat of Wrexham’s Mark Howard.

One of the best chances of the game for Wealdstone again came through Tarryn Allarakhia, on 76 minutes he fizzed the ball across the face of the Wrexham six yard box but no one in blue could prod home.

The away side were then reduced to 10 men in the 83rd minute as Max Kretzschmar was given a second yellow card after returning onto the pitch too quickly after injury. 

To cap off the victory for Wrexham in the 89th minute, it took Sam Dalby 60 seconds to make his impact as he steered the ball home from a rebound following a good initial stop by Sam Howes. 

Wrexham then saw the game out with a string of late attacks on the Wealdstone goal but failed to add to their winning margin.


Wrexham: Howard, Forde, Tozer, O’Connor (46’ Cleworth), O’Connell, McFadzean (46’ Mendy), Young, J.Jones, Lee, Palmer, Mullin (88’ Dalby)

Subs: Lainton, Cannon

Wealdstone: Howes, Cook, Charles, Freckleton, Allarakhia, Andrews, Obiero (64’ Whittaker), Dyer, Ilunga, Kretzschmar, Barker (82’ Ferguson)

Subs: Barrett, Olomola, Hutchinson

Referee: Elliot Swallow

Attendance: 10,091


Wrexham: O’Connell (20, foul)

Wealdstone : Obiero (18, foul), Allarakhia (36, foul), Cook (59, dissent), Andrews (61, foul)

Red card: Kretzschmar (83, second yellow)

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Ticket News

TICKET NEWS | Wealdstone (H) on sale to members from Friday January 20

Home league game on sale this week

18 January 2023

Tickets for our home game against Wealdstone on Saturday February 11 will go on sale to members from 10am on Friday (January 20).

The match will take place at the Racecourse Ground with a 3pm kick-off.

Members can purchase one ticket per account, and the members priority window will remain open until 10am on Monday February 6, when any remaining tickets will go on general sale.

Tickets can be bought in store or via our eTicketing website, at the below prices – supporters are reminded that online purchases are charged at a lower price to in-person purchases.

For instructions on how to ensure you have activated your eTicketing account and have the correct privileges attached, please see these instructions.

Tickets can be purchased as eTickets/print-at-home or as paper tickets. As ever, the Club would encourage supporters to use the eTicket/print-at-home option wherever possible.



Macron Stand & Wrexham Lager Stand

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