Jay Harris joined an exclusive club on Monday when he made his 250th appearance for Wrexham.
Harris is the 37th player to reach this landmark in our long history, and is only the third to do so this century.
Most appearances for Wrexham in the 21st Century.
Only Darren Ferguson and Mark Carrington have played more games for Wrexham than Harris in the 21st Century, and only Carrington has made more National League appearances for the club.
Appearances for Wrexham in the National League.
Harris and Carrington’s longevity is all the more remarkable when you consider the amount of turnover our squad has seen since we started playing in the National League.
Wrexham players since 2008, arranged by the number of seasons they stayed at the club.
Including them, only 4 players have spent 6 or more seasons with the club in 13 seasons in the National League.
This season he’s overtaken 12 players on the all-time appearance list, including Dennis Lawrence, Alan Dwyer, Barry Jones, Martyn Chalk, ex-team mates Neil Ashton and legendary goal scorer Tommy Bamford.
A few more appearances will see Harris leapfrog some more notable names in the list of our all-time appearances. Another 4 games will equal Tommy Bannan, one of just 6 players who’ve scored 100 goal for us, 5 more appearances will match Tony Humes, and just beyond them is Harris’ former team mate and manager, Andy Morrell.