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The BBC lead their Wrexham AFC page with the 1-1 draw against FC Halifax Town on Saturday at the Racecourse.
The National League Website ran an article confriming the top attended games of the weekend, with Wrexham's 4,998 coming out on top of the list. Leyton Orient vs Tranmere Rovers is second attracting a simular crowd of 4,631. There is also a handy round-up of all the Vanarama National League action from Saturday afternoon.
Locally, the Leader spoke to loanee Scott Quigley who wants Wrexham to get back to winning ways on Saturday when we travel to promotion rivals Sutton United. They also spoke to midfielder Sam Wedgbury who's contract runs out at the end of the season - he said he would love to stay at the club longer.
The Daily Post spoke with manager Dean Keates who said he will not rush back injured utility man Mark Carrington. The talented 30-year-old is Wrexham's longest serving player having signed under player/manager Andy Morrell on 11th Septemeber 2013 from then EFL League Two side Bury. He has been suffering with a back injury since just before Christmas and while Keates confirms Carrington isn't far away from a return to fitness, he want's to ensure he is right before including him in the sqaud. In a seperate article Keates confirms he is preparing for a "massive game" against Sutton United on Saturday.
The Wrexham AFC Media Team uploaded the final whistle podcast after the 1-1 draw with FC Halifax Town to our YouTube channel. This week it features Mark Griffiths and Ollie Williams who look at the game in depth.