PICTURES have revealed the lengths volunteers, staff and fans of Wrexham AFC went to to clear the Racecourse pitch of snow and ensure the game went ahead on Saturday (March 11).

Fears had been growing that the game v Southend United would be called off due to the adverse weather which had hit the region this week.

But, an 'incredible' community effort saw the covers on the pitch cleared of snow and ice and the match went ahead. 

Club officials like CEO Fleur Robinson, board advisor Shaun Harvey and even manager Phil Parkinson joined other club staff and members of the community for the clean-up.

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And the effort was more than worth it as the Reds won 1-0 in their latest National League match.

The victory - courtesy of an own goal - kept Wrexham top of the table in their quest for the title and/or promotion back to the English Football League.

And there was even praise from the club's star owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds for the efforts shown by all involved in the morning cleap up.

The duo stated that they 'love Wrexham with all their hearts' following the latest showing of brilliant community spirit.

Tractors were even spotted at the Racecourse to help ensure that the match went ahead.

Club photographer Gemma Thomas was on hand to take some pictures of the process taking place.

You can take a look at the pics in the gallery we have put together above!