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PREVIEW | Harrogate Town vs Wrexham

All roads lead east as the Red Dragons are back on their travels.

27 November 2023

Saturday's spectacular performance propelled Wrexham into second place in the table, with Paul Mullin taking the match ball home for the 5th time as a Wrexham player.

The only sour note was struck when Anthony Forde suffered an injury in the 27th minute and had to be replaced, cintinuing our miserable run of luck with our wing-backs this season. However, Jacob Mendy's performance as Forde's replacement capped an amazing week after making his international debut in midweek.

Naturally we shouldn't expect too many changes, but if Phil Parkinson does shuffle the pack he'll have noted that the substitutes on Saturday all made impressive contributions, not least the trio who were dropped from the starting eleven: Jordan Davies; James Jones; and Sam Dalby.



Harrogate's form has been erratic this season: poor at home but terrific away.

The Sulfurites went into last Saturday's match at Crawley on the back of 4 consecutive away league wins, a club record. However, the run ended as the home side prevailed 2-1. 

That spectacular run of form has kept Town within reach of the play-off places, but at Wetherby Road they've been less impressive lately. They're on a 6-match streak without a home win, losing 5, and in the course of that sequence have conceded 3 to Notts County, 4 to Mansfield and 5 to Accrington Stanley in the Bristol Street Motors Trophy.

Injuries have started to accumulate for Harrogate boss Simon Weaver: keeper Mark Oxley is a long-term absentee, full back Toby Simms won't be back for this game, and forward Sam Folarin picked up an injury on Saturday. Levi Sutton and Matty Daly have been on the bench lately but were absent at Crawley and face a race to be fit for Tuesday.

Weaver can rely on veteran striker Jack Muldoon, though. The 35-year old is in fine form, and scored his secon goal in consecutive games on Saturday, albeit in fortunate circumstances.

“It’s hit the side of Ant’s head. I’m sort of stood there and it’s just hit my forehead and gone in so it’s just one of them, but I’ll take them all day, trust me,” he told the Harrogate Advertiser after the Crawley game.

“I think maybe we should have took something from the game but it is what it is, we’ve been brilliant away from home.

 “If you look at the goals and the chances that we created you’d like to think we were probably about level, maybe even take a little bit more.

 “When we got in, it was just a matter of a bit of composure, and then maybe we would have got the equaliser”.

“I’m not bothered about them, I think everyone else wants to meet them.

“I look forward to every game to be honest, more so this one on Tuesday because they’re going to be bringing some fans and we’ll have a bit of atmosphere again.”

-Jack Muldoon on Rob and Ryan

Of course, the elephant in the room is Luke Armstrong. His deadline day move to Wrexham fell through, leaving the striker in an awkward situation. He's made 3 league starts since, and hasn't added to the goal he scored against Morecambe in August. Weaver left him out of the squad for the last two games, and was candid when the Harrogate Advertiser asked him for an explanation:

“There’s no injury. It was me. I pulled him into my office yesterday at training and I just said ‘with six weeks to go until the transfer window, we know what happened last window’.

"Obviously he wants to get his move. I just want to concentrate on playing the players that are going to be available from January onwards.

"I don’t want to be in a situation in January where I go ‘now I need you’. I think that’s fair enough and he said that’s fair enough.

"But he did say he’d give 100 per cent if called upon, so that’s fine. It doesn’t need to be a fallout. It’s just a matter of fact conversation, but he did agree to give 100 per cent if the circumstances dictate. I just want to solely focus on those players now.”

Armstrong might get an unexpected chance to return to action as top scorer Sam Folarin tore his hamstring in the defeat at Crawley,



Harrogate’s artificial turf has gone, which is a shame as we enjoyed success on it with a win and 2 draws. Our most recent match in Harrogate, in the first round of the FA Cup 2 seasons ago, was played on grass and ended in our first defeat at Weatherby Road.

Wrexham arrived as underdogs as Harrogate had been promoted from the National League, but Jordan Ponticelli gave us a lead which we held onto 35 minutes until Town equalised. Six minutes later Danilo Orsi hit the winner.

Two seasons earlier, we pulled off an upset to enjoy our only win at Harrogate. Town were motoring to promotion, while Dean Keates was trying to pull off a rescue act as Wrexham firted with the relegation zone, but it was the visitors who held the lead at the break through a fine James Jennings free kick. After the break Wrexham had to survive a terrific onslaught, and having done so, struck decisively as JJ Hooper drove in from the right flank to score a magnificent solo goal.

Both sides were flying high when Wrexham trvelled to Harrogate for the first time in September 2018, and fought out a goalless draw.

Less than a month later we were there again, in the FA Cup, and once more the outcome was a goalless draw. Wrexham would break the deadlock in the replay, winning 2-0 through goals from Akil Wright and Luke Young.



The remarkable difference between Harrogate's home and away performances is reflected in the data, as they tend to occupy the extremes of the spectrum. For example, they're the lowest home scorers in the division, but in away games only AFC Wimbledon and Wrexham have conceded fewer. And there's more: only Forest Green have ost more home games, but only Mansfield have won more on the road.



Liam McAlinden's 325th career appearance.

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Match Reports

REPORT | Harrogate Town 2-2 Wrexham AFC

Red Dragons claim battling point on the road

28 November 2023

Wrexham AFC were forced to settle for a point in Yorkshire, as Harrogate Town came back from a two-goal deficit at the Envirovent Stadium.

Andy Cannon opened the scoring with his first-ever competitive goal for Wrexham AFC, having broken the deadlock after 36 minutes.

Just four minutes later, Elliot Lee doubled the advantage, poking home from Paul Mullin’s acute flick-on at the back-post.

The Red Dragons were eventually dragged back level, as a late goal in the 45th minute from Dean Cornelius was followed up by Anthony O’Connor’s early second half goal to force a draw.

Following the injury to Anthony Forde at the weekend, Phil Parkinson needed to make one change to the starting XI that faced Morecambe at the weekend, as Jacob Mendy returned to the line-up.

The visitors started brightly at the Envirovent Stadium, with some bright moments coming from Elliot Lee and Ollie Palmer in the opening stages of the match.

In fact, it was Palmer’s hard work that won an important free-kick on the edge of the Sulphirtes’ box after just seven minutes. Paul Mullin stepped up to take and forced Jonathan Mitchell into a smart stop from distance, but it fell to Andy Cannon from just inside the box.

Cannon set up well, and unleashed a powerful effort on the half volley, but the alert reflexes of Mitchell denied Wrexham yet again with Parkinson’s side on top.

Parkinson’s side continued to dominate proceedings, with George Evans integral to everything good that Wrexham produced, calmly ensuring that Wrexham kept control of the midfield battle.

Aaron Hayden rose highest after 32 minutes to head into the bottom corner, but Mitchell produced another solid save to keep the scores level.

Eventually, the efforts of the Red Dragons were rewarded, as the deadlock was eventually broken in the 36th minute. The combination of Palmer and Mullin grew increasingly into the game and put the hosts’ backline under tangible pressure.

That pressure allowed Cannon sufficient space to fire home at the back post on the edge of the box to record his first-ever competitive Wrexham AFC goal since joining the Club in December 2022.

Just four minutes later, Wrexham doubled their advantage in Yorkshire. Mullin yet again caused problems for Town’s backline, and it was his smart flick that found Elliot Lee at the back post.

Lee, who has made a name for himself of popping up from close-range in the closing minutes, followed the script perfectly as he tapped home from six-yards-out to increase his side’s advantage.

Although Wrexham largely dominated the opening half, Harrogate scored in the 45th minute to slightly dampen the mood as Dean Cornelius scored an important goal for the hosts.

The hosts quickly followed that up after the interval with an early leveller that shocked Parkinson’s side.

Arthur Okonkwo suffered a knock which he nursed throughout the first half, but the young keeper was brought off at half time and replaced by Mark Howard.

Having been second best for most of the opening 45, Anthony O’Connor was in the right place to fire past Howard and dragged his side level just two minutes after the restart.

Wrexham struggled to ascertain the same heights which were reached in the first half, with the Sulphirites finding their rhythm at the Envirovent Stadium.

Mullin had a few half chances, as Parkinson’s side looked for the necessary reaction in their efforts to claim victory.

It wasn’t to be though, as the hosts stepped up their game and managed to hold on to a point in Yorkshire to deny Wrexham a second successive victory.

Harrogate Town: Mitchell, Thompson (C), Cornelius, Odoh, O’Connor, McDonald (Burrell 46’), Muldoon, Ramsay, Dooley, Foulds, March (Sivi 83’).

Subs not used: Thomas (GK), Falkringham, Gibson, Ilesanmi, O’Boyle.

Wrexham AFC: Okonkwo (Howard 46’), Hayden, Tozer (C), O’Connor, Mendy, Cannon (Jones 69’), Evans, Lee (J. Davies 84’), McClean, Mullin, Palmer (Dalby 69’).

Subs not used: Boyle, McAlinden, Bickerstaff.

Match attendance: 3,767.

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Ticket News

TICKET NEWS | Harrogate Town (A) on sale from 10am

Limited allocation for trip to Envirovent Stadium

9 November 2023

Tickets for our away fixture on Tuesday, November 28 against Harrogate Town will go on sale to Season Ticket holders and Club members on Thursday 9 November.

As in line with our previous away fixtures, Season Ticket holders will have the opportunity to purchase tickets from 10am, followed by Club members at 2pm.

Due to our limited allocation, no tickets will be sold in-person and all sales will be through our eTicketing site.

We have been given an initial allocation of 450 tickets, limited due to ongoing building works at the Envirovent Stadium, which are yet to be completed.

Should all building work be completed prior to matchday, then additional tickets may become available to supporters.

There will be very limited seated tickets in the Barclays LED Solutions stand – with most tickets located on the terrace.

There will be no online queuing system in place for supporters purchasing tickets, so all you will need to do is log on to the e-ticketing website at the appropriate time.

How To Purchase Tickets

Tickets can be bought via our eTicketing website, at the below prices, with both Season Ticket Holders and Members being limited to one ticket per account, and a maximum of six tickets in one transaction.

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

While we appreciate our fans wish to support the team, we urge supporters without a ticket to not attend the game. 

Anyone who attempts to buy tickets in the home end will be ejected, and no refund will be given.

Ticket Collections

Harrogate have very kindly offered a collection facility for our supporters from the Envirovent Stadium; however, this should only be used as a last resort.

Once you have got your ticket, please note that there are NO reprints under any circumstances and that supporters are reminded to take care of their ticket once collected.

To avoid lengthy queues on the day of the game and ensure that you can make it into the stadium for kick-off, we strongly advise fans to collect from the STōK Cae Ras in advance.

Tickets can be collected from the STōK Cae Ras, where you will have to provide proof of purchase through your booking reference. We cannot accept postcodes or any other information for collections.

Should anyone wish to collect on behalf of another supporter, as outlined above a booking reference will be required.

Tickets cannot be collected from 90 minutes before kick-off on a matchday.

Ticket Pricing

Barclay LED Solutions Stand (Seated)

Adult - £23

65+ - £19

Under-18 - £11

Under-12 - £9

Under-5 – Free of charge*

Barclay LED Solutions Stand (Standing)

Adult - £20

65+ - £16

Under-18 - £8

Under-12 - £6

Under-5 - Free of charge*

*With full paying adult.

Accessible Tickets

The Club have been allocated a small number of Accessible and Wheelchair tickets for the fixture at the Envirovent Stadium.

Wheelchair tickets will be situated in the home end.

Accessible tickets can now be purchased online for this game, speeding up the ticketing process for supporters.

All users who are eligible have already had their ticketing accounts updated with the required information and required number of companions.

As such, users will simply need to login to their accounts and it will automatically pick-up whether they are an ambulant disabled customer, or wheelchair user and allow them access to select the area which meets their requirements.

Users will only be able to select the number of companion tickets required in accordance with their eligibility criteria (i.e. a user eligible for one companion ticket will only be able to select one companion ticket).

Companion tickets will be auto-allocated to their own "companion" account which has already been created for each eligible user, will not affect the “one ticket per member” policy, and must be purchased with an accessible ticket (companion tickets cannot be purchased on their own).

Supporters requiring additional support with accessible tickets should contact Wrexham AFC Disability Liaison Officer Kerry Evans, on

Away Travel

Official supporter travel will also be available for this game, via our eTicketing website. Coaches will depart from Mold Road at 3:45pm and be priced at £25 for Adults, and £23 for Under 16’s.

Away travel will go on sale at 10:00am, in-line with the ticket policy.

Please note, the buses will depart at 3:45pm, and there will be no provisions for those who arrive late.

Supporters must make note of their designated coach on the ticket and only board the coach they’ve been allocated to.

All under-14s must be accompanied on official supporter travel, and alcohol is strictly prohibited by law.

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