Our home game vs Maidstone United (Saturday, 16th March, kick off 3.00pm) will be our annual ‘Junior and Youth Dragon Day’.
For this match, Junior and Youth Dragon members can claim a free ticket for all areas of the stadium if purchased with an accompanying adult ticket.
This special ticket deal is available to purchase at the club shop in person or by phoning them on 01978 891864 between 10am - 5pm on weekdays. Please ensure that have your child’s membership card with you as membership numbers will be required.
As attendances at recent games have been so high, we would strongly recommend purchasing your tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Our Directors for the Day at the Chesterfield match on Saturday were Francesca Merola and Wendy Evans and were hosted by WST Board member Bryan Still and his wife Sharon.
Our guests had the following to say;
My dad ‘jack’ has been a supporter since the 60’s so-its always been in the house but, my first game was in 1985, and we went home and away until my children were born in 1995, due to this i didnt attend many games until my nephew Cameron started to show an interest and the passion stirred back for me
I am now a season ticket holder and I love following Wrexham with my family. I am a member of Mold and district reds and love the passion we all have
Started supporting Wrexham at 1 year old back in 1984. Season ticket holder for many years. I’m Chair of Mold and District Reds for the last few years. My brother Tony used to play for Wrexham. I go to the game with my Dad and my brother. My fav player is Manny Smith. Wendy’s fab player is Paul Rutherford
Junior and Youth Dragon members enjoyed a half term Bowling Bash alongside members of the first team squad at Tenpin, Eagles Meadow.
Nearly 50 members attended this year's event alongside first team players Leo Smith, Nicky Deverdics and Akil Wright.
With a trophy to be won for both the highest scoring Junior and Youth Dragon player, there was a competitive edge to the bowling. Congratulations to Aled Jones, aged 10, for claiming the Junior Dragon trophy and to Lydia Horner, aged 12, for winning the Youth Dragon trophy. The players were no less competitive but were playing purely for personal pride, we’ll leave it to them to reveal who won that battle!
Our thanks go to all of our members for attending, to Tenpin for being fantastic hosts and to the players who kindly gave up their day off to support the event.
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