A YOUNG Wrexham fan's dreams came true over the weekend as she was given an opportunity to read out the teamsheet to the Racecourse crowd pre-match.

On Saturday, July 30, Wrexham comfortably beat Macclesfield 4-0 at home in front of 4,076 spectators.

The Reds put the visitors, who have former Premier League footballer and Wrexham-born Robbie Savage as a director, to the sword thanks to goals from Ollie Palmer, James Jones, Aaron Hayden and Tom O'Connor.

And it was a day to remember for one young fan in particular who read out the player's names before the match kicked off via the PA system.

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Madi Roberts, 10, first came to the attention of Wrexham fans when she led chants at the Wembley Boxpark ahead of the FA Trophy final back in May.

Madi, who is from Llangefni on Anglesey, bravely got up on stage there to lead the 'Super Paul Mullin' chants among Reds fans.

Her dad Chris has been a Wrexham AFC supporter for over 30 years and Madi got her first season ticket with the club last season.

Ahead of Saturday's match against Macclesfield, she read out the teamsheet. A video of that posted by the club to Twitter can be seen below ...

Dad Chris said: "After seeing the video Wrexham AFC said they wanted to do something for her, they asked Madi to record a video so they could post on their social media channels prior to the Grimsby game and also gave her a signed football from all the players.

"They also said that they would like to get her involved in some way at the beginning of the 2022/23 season and that's how she got the chance to announce the teams on the ground PA system in front of the Wrexham fans. 

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PIC: Wrexham fan Madi Roberts, 10, in the new home shirt.

"For a ten year old, Madi is full of confidence and I am so proud of her.

"Wrexham AFC have been amazing with Madi, to give her this chance really shows how much they value their fans. I would like to say a massive thank you to them for making a little girl beyond happy over the last couple of months."