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04 March 2023 Venue York Road Attendance

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PREVIEW | Maidenhead United vs Wrexham

Tricky opponents await as we look to build on three home wins.

2 March 2023

Tuesday's excellent performance completed a trio of home wins, and now we go back on the road hoping to defend top spot.

The 2-1 win over Chesterfield sent us back to the top of the table, and we go into the weekend a point ahead of Notts County with a game in hand. Phil Parkinson named an unchanged side in the league for the first time since the first game of 2023, and it will be interesting to see if he will return to the light rotation which has characterise this congested start to the year or stick with a winning formula.

Certainly, Jordan Davies' recent cameos of the bench were promising, and the Coedpoeth Assassin will be eager to get back into the starting eleven, but there are plenty of players who will feel the same as our squad depth has really come into play in the last few weeks. 

Jordan Tunnicliffe took a bt of a battering, needing the physio on twice, but completed the 90 minutes. If his name is added to our worrying list of injured defenders, at least Parkinson now has Eoghan O'Connell available again.

Wrexham must beware, though, as on Tuesday Maidenhead registered an impressive third win on the spin and approach this match with their confidence high. Dagenham and Redbridge arrived at York Road off the back of their terrific win at Notts County on Saturday evening, but were no match for Alan Devonshire's side in a 2-1 home win.

What a difference a week can make. Just over a week before that win, The Magpies were struggling. With just one win in 11 league matches, they were a mere four points outside the relegatin zone, but a confident 2-0 win over Yeovil Town was followed by a 1-0 win at Halifax Town, thanks to a fine strike by Ashley Nathaniel-George.

“Ash adds a little bit of quality to our game", assistent manager Ryan Peters explained to the Maidenhead Advertiser..

“He spoke to us before the game about trying to get more advanced and into positions to score a goal and then he popped up with a goal.

“The mood is good, really strong. I’m sure if you went back into the changing room now, you’d hear the music blazing. It’s amazing what a win can do and we’ll carry on in the same vein.”

“Performances are strong we’ve turned a corner so please come down and support.”

-Ryan Peters, assistent manager 


Maidenhead have established themselves as the ultimate party-poopers, as Rob and Ryan know only too well. We won our first two games at York Road, but haven’t managed a victory in the subsequent three games there, conceding at least 2 goals on each occasion.

Our owners' first live experience of a Wrexham match was last season’s tumultuous affair as a broiling crowd packed into the oldest football ground in the world. We fell 2-0 down, Paul Mullin pulled one back but was then sent off – although the ref mistakenly sent Bryce Hosannah off instead! – and Jordan Davies scored a screamer as we dominated with ten men. However, United struck again to earn a 3-2 win.


We enjoyed a memorable win at Maidenhead in 2018. Mike Fondop and Jordan Maguire-Drew scored the goals, the latter hitting an absolute beauty from outside the box, which sent us to the top of the table.

Our first match at York Road was also Maidenhead's first home game in the fifth tier. Manny Smith was the match winner with both goals in a 2-1 win.

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Match Reports

REPORT | Maidenhead United 2-2 Wrexham AFC

Mullin’s headers cancelled out by late equaliser

4 March 2023

Paul Mullin scored a header in each half for Wrexham away to Maidenhead, only for Shawn McCoulsky to snatch a late equaliser for the hosts.

Mullin’s first header gave Wrexham the lead at the break, before Reece Smith’s spectacular equaliser in the second-half.

Mullin scored again just two minutes later, but substitute McCoulsky beat Mark Howard to a long ball to snatch a point in the final minute.

With Notts County also drawing, it means the Red Dragons stay top by one point, missing the chance to go three clear.

Phil Parkinson was forced into two changes, with Rob Lainton and Anthony Forde ruled out following some illness in the Wrexham camp.

It meant a return in goal for Howard, while Ryan Barnett came in for his Wrexham debut at right wing-back.

Barnett was into the action early on too, slicing a right-footed shot wide from 18 yards after Ben Tozer’s throw-in was only half-cleared on two minutes.

Mullin then went to ground in the area on three minutes, clutching his face and requiring treatment from physio Kevin Mulholland, but referee Alan Dale turned down his penalty shout.

At the other end, Charlee Adams’ wasted a good free-kick opportunity on seven minutes, shooting low and into the Wrexham wall, and Sam Barratt’s follow-up was blocked.

Elliot Lee then cleared a low cross off the line, after Ashley Nathaniel-George’s jinking run into the Wrexham area in the 12th minute.

Lee was guilty of giving the ball away moments later, allowing Kane Ferdinand to attack, but Tozer blocked his low shot.

Mullin broke the deadlock against the run of play on 29 minutes, however, heading in at the back post after Dalby and Lee had combined to release Mendy, who stood an inviting cross up.

The goal lifted Wrexham, who set the tempo better from there on, and Andre saved from Mullin’s shot – to the right of the goal, in the area, with his legs on 37 minutes.

Mullin went close again in the 41st minute, shooting early on his left foot from 20 yards, but the effort flashed just wide.

Maidenhead levelled after the break, however, in stunning style – Reece Smith arrowing a shot into the top corner from 25 yards on 57 minutes, which gave Mark Howard no chance.

Parity lasted less than two minutes, however, before Luke Young’s looping right-wing corner was met at the back post by Mullin, who headed in across goal.

Mendy battled his way inside and shot low on his right foot on 67 minutes, but Andre saved comfortably.

Wrexham then went route on in the 71st minute – Dalby heading Howard’s clearance on to Mullin, who volleyed wildly over.

At the other end, Emile Acquah’s near post header was claimed by Mark Howard on 73 minutes and Barratt curled over on his left foot in the 78th minute.

Mullin was just inches away from completing a hat-trick of headers in the 86th minute, meanwhile, but this time his effort – after Tunnicliffe flicked Tozer’s throw-in on – hit the bar.

And Wrexham rued the miss too, when McCoulsky – only on in the 85th minute – beat Howard to a long ball over the top, to poke in a late, last-minute equaliser.


Maidenhead: Andre, Asare, Clerima, Massey, Odutayo, Nathaniel-George, Smith (Panayiotou 78), Adams, Ferdinand, Barratt, Acquah (McCoulsky 85)

Subs: Beckwith, Leathers, Walsh

Wrexham: Howard, Cleworth, Tozer, Tunnicliffe, Barnett, Young, Cannon, Mendy, Lee (Davies 84), Mullin, Dalby (Palmer 75)

Subs: Watson, McFadzean, O’Connell

Referee: Alan Dale

Attendance: 3,534

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Ticket News

TICKET COLLECTIONS | Maidenhead United vs Wrexham AFC

Don’t forget to collect your ticket for trip to York Road

3 March 2023

Wrexham AFC supporters with tickets for Saturday’s match at York Road are reminded that all tickets must be collected in advance from the Racecourse Ground.

If you did not select the postage option when purchasing, then tickets must be collected from the Wrexham AFC Ticket Office.

We are unable to send any tickets to York Road on the day, as Maidenhead United do not have the facility to allow ticket collections on the day.

Please bring your proof of purchase and valid ID to the Wrexham AFC Ticket Office, which is open from 9am-5pm tomorrow (Friday March 3) and from 9am-12pm on Saturday March 4.

For all ticketing enquiries, please contact

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