It was a day to remember in Wrexham as international football was back in the town.

For the first time in over 10 years, the Welsh senior side ran out in Wrexham and there was a packed house at the Racecourse to witness the national side's 1-0 win over Trinidad & Tobago.

It perhaps wasn't a great game - and fans didn't get to see Gareth Bale - but Ben Woodburn's late, late goal gave a raucous and expectant 10,326 crowd a night to remember.

It capped off a memorable day for the town.

Earlier, Wrexham town centre was flooded with residents and visitors soaking up the sun and enjoying a number of activities.

The Continental Street Market returned to the high street, while Wrexham Museum got in the mood with an exhibition showing a selection of Welsh football memorability including a retro Wales shirt worn by Wrexham assistant manager Bryan Flynn.

Much of this was captured by Leader photographer Craig Colville. Check out all of his pictures by clicking the main image above.