A POLICE Inspector has thanked members of the public for their patience and conduct during Wrexham AFC's open top bus parade celebration.

The event was held in the city centre on Tuesday to celebrate the club's men and women's teams winning their respective league titles.

Following the parade, Wrexham Inspector Luke Hughes said: "Despite all the planning, we couldn’t have predicted the sheer volume of people that took to the streets last night to celebrate the success of both the men’s and ladies’ teams on this record breaking year for the club.

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"It was a fantastic night, enjoyed by so many on the ground but also watched around the world.

"If you live in Wrexham you really do have good reason to be proud.

"I want to thank everyone who attended for their patience as it was a slower procession than we anticipated and people had to wait for quite some time, but I hope it was worth it.

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"See you at the next one."

Yesterday's parade capped off an incredible season for both Wrexham AFC's men's and women's teams. 

The men racked up an amazing 111 points - breaking the English professional football record for most points in a single season. 

The women also enjoyed a fantastic season. They won the Genero Adran North league in front of a record-breaking crowd of over 9,500 at The Racecourse.