Wrexham First Team
Mike Fondop at Maidenhead United: The Magpies' have played twice since our last update, Mike served the final game of a three match ban when they beat Havant & Waterlooville 2-1 in the Vanarama National League on Tuesday evening at York Road. On Saturday they travelled to Halifax Town with Mike installed straight back in to the starting line up by manager Alan Devonshire. Maidenhead staked a claim to stay up this season with a 0-1 win thanks to Ayo Obileye's penalty in the 72nd minute. Mike played for 84 minutes against his former club before being withdrawn. Maidenhead are now up to 17th place a full 11 points clear of the drop zone.
Leo Smith at Caernarfon Town: Caernarfon beat Ynys Mon 8-0 in a friendly on Wednesday evening as they wait to play in the JD Welsh Premier League against Connah's Quay on Friday evening. The following weekend they will take on Newtown at the Oval, but Leo is set to miss both games due to suspension. The lengthy gap between games is due to the Welsh Cup semi-finals that took place this weekend.
Wrexham Youth Team
Lewis Parry at Brickfield Rangers: The football club can confirm that Under 18's striker Lewis Parry has joined Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) club Brickfield Rangers on loan until the end of the season. Brickfield were beaten 6-1 on Saturday afternoon at Saltney Town.
Sam Pilkington at Gresford Athletic: Gresford continued their search for a win in the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance on Saturday afternoon when they travelled Penrhyncoch. Without a win in eight games and on the end of a 6-0 reverse against Porthmadog last weekend they were looking to bounce back, but lost out 3-1. Sam started and played for 78 minutes before making way. Sam and his team mates, although comfortably sitting in mid-table, will be looking to go out on a high next weekend in their final game of the season against Conwy Borough.
Osian Hughes at Bangor City: The Citizens were also on a run of bad results in the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance but managed to beat rivals Rhyl 4-3 at Nantporth on Saturday afternoon. Osian played the full 90 minutes. Bangor have a fixture backlog so will play four more times in order to end their season. Next up they host league champions Airbus UK Broughton tomorrow evening while they will also play Holywell Town, Penrhyncoch and Flint Town United before the 13th of April.