RYAN REYNOLDS and Rob McElhenney have praised Dorking Wanderers for their classy approach to the game versus Wrexham AFC. 

On Friday night, Dorking manager and club co-founder, Marc White, praised the work of the Reds' Hollywood owners in his pre-match interview.

"I don't know why anyone would begrudge meaningful owners that want to take the club forward," he said. 

"They want to take the town forward and I really hope they do it. What these boys (Rob and Ryan) have done in coming in as real credit and they've been embraced by the whole place and it's good to see."

And before the game, he even put £300 behind the bar for travelling Wrexham fans. 



Forming in 1999 by Marc White and his group of friends, Dorking started playing football in a local park. Since then, they have enjoyed a meteoric rise - gaining 12 promotions in 23 years. 

On Saturday, Wrexham ran out comfortable 5-0 winners at the Meadowbank Stadium

This was the fourth victory in a row where Wrexham scored 16 goals and the in-form Reds remain second in the National League, just one point behind leaders Chesterfield.

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Following the game, Rob and Ryan heaped praise on Dorking. 

Ryan Reynolds tweeted: "Thank you Marc White and @DorkingWDRS for being incredible hosts to our @Wrexham_AFC away supporters.

"Looking forward to returning the favour."


Rob McElhenney added: "Marc White and the@DorkingWDRS are all class. Thank you for your hospitality and generosity.

"We shall be returning the favor in February!"