WREXHAM school kids who penned their own rap song for their beloved football club's trip to Wembley are back with another war cry ahead of Saturday's huge play-off match.

Children from St Peter's Church in Wales School in Rossett took social media by storm last week with their very own rap for Wrexham AFC's trip to Wembley for the FA Trophy final.

The video has been viewed thousands of times on Twitter.

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Now the talented bunch are back with some powerful words of encouragement ahead of a massive game for the Reds tomorrow (Saturday, May 28).

Phil Parkinson's side take on Grimsby Town in the National League play-off semi-final at the Racecourse at 12.30pm.

St Peter's kids have sent them these bits of encouragement ahead of their bid to return to the English Football League following a 14-year absence.

A statement from the School read: "Another message of support from St Peter's School, Rossett. Lines have been taken from 'The Raps' to broaden the creative language work from last week. 'Come on Wrexham'!"

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