WREXHAM AFC co-chairman Rob McElhenny has hailed the club's 'unrivaled support' who attended their latest win in snowy conditions.

Snow and ice hit north Wales this week and there were fears that Wrexham's latest match would be called off due to the adverse weather conditions.

But, an 'incredible effort' from club staff and volunteers ensured that the match v Southend United at the Racecourse on Saturday went ahead.

And that hard work was worth it as the Reds went on to win 1-0 and keep their National League title challenge alive.

And 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' star Rob was quick to heap praise on those who braved the weather to go and watch the match.

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An official attendance of 9,770 was recorded by the club.

An incredible 726 of those fans were there to support Southend United.

Rob took to Twitter post-match to praise the level of support on show.

He said: "Wow. In those conditions?? Unrivaled support."

Wrexham's win kept them at the top of the National League table as they go in search of the title and promotion back to the English Football League.