Wrexham AFC players, supporters and volunteers are all shortlisted for awards in this year’s Non-League Bible Awards and need your votes.
The annual Non-League Bible Awards are open now, and Wrexham have nominees in a wide range of categories, including on and off the pitch at our men’s and women’s first teams.
Jordan Davies and Paul Mullin have both been shortlisted for Best Non-League Footballer and official club photographer, Gemma Thomas, is again shortlisted for Best Non-League Photographer.
On the women’s side, free-scoring Rosie Hughes and teenage superstar Lili Jones are both up for Best Women’s Footballer, while Steve Dale has been nominated for Best Women’s Manager.
Away from the Club, popular podcasts Fearless in Devotion and RobRyanRed are both nominated for Best Podcast.
You can cast your vote via the Non-League Bible’s website here, or by heading to their social media channels. Voting closes on April 28.
Here’s who is after your votes…
Best Non-League Footballer
Wrexham have two nominees for Best Non-League Footballer following the initial nomination stage, with top scorer Paul Mullin and second-top scorer Jordan Davies both nominated.
Mullin took his tally to 26 goals in all competitions this season with his double against Altrincham on Monday, while Davies – who’s new contract was confirmed on New Year’s Day – now has 18 for the season, from midfield.
Best Non-League Photographer
Club photographer Gemma Thomas has been nominated once again for Best Non-League Photographer.
Gemma volunteers as one of our club photographers, home and away – covering both the men’s and women’s teams – snapping some of the excellent shots below, as well as bringing you the best of Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds’ first visit to Wrexham in October.
Two Wrexham podcasts are up for Best Podcast – Fearless in Devotion and RobRyanRed. Both fan-led podcasts are run by Wrexham-supporting journalists – Tim Edwards, Andy Gilpin, Liam Randall and Rhys Williams at Fearless in Devotion, and Nathan Salt and Rich Fay for RobRyanRed.
Best Womens Manager
After two spells in interim charge, Steve Dale was handed the reins of the Wrexham AFC Women team on a permanent basis in November.
The team won ten games in a row under Dale to move from second-bottom to title contenders, with the title in their hands on the final day of the season, before a narrow loss to favourites Llandudno meant their debut season in the Genero Adran North ended with a second-place finish.
Best Women’s Footballer Tier 1-4
Following the excellent debut season as a Welsh Tier 2 team, two of the team’s star players are also up for an award.
Rosie Hughes signed from Denbigh in the summer and smashed an incredible 48 goals in all competitions to finish as the top goalscorer in the Genero Adran North league.
Wales Under-17 international Lili Jones, meanwhile, made her first-team debut just days after her 16th birthday early in the season and became an integral part of the first-team squad. She also captained the Wrexham AFC Women Under-19s team to the inaugural Genero Adran U19s North title.
Cast your votes
Wrexham fans Liam Roberts (Best Youtuber) and TikTok account Fan Wrexham (Best Non-League Content Creator) have also been shortlisted for awards.
As a Club we have also been shortlisted for Non-League Club of the Year and Best Women’s Football Club.
To cast your votes, head to the Non-League Bible website here, or vote on their official social media channels.