ONE OF Wrexham's star players has given fans a glimpse of what it was like to be on the open top bus during last night's (May 2) memorable parade through the city.

Both the men and women's teams for Wrexham AFC were given a heroes welcome when the parade made its way through Wrexham.

That was in recognition of their incredible achievements this season.

The men racked up a record-breaking 111 points as they won the National League title and returned to League Two for the first time since 2008.

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

Over 30,000 people are estimated to have turned out to celebrate on what was an unforgettable night of jubilation for the club.

There was catchy chants and red pyros aplenty as fans celebrated what has been a hugely-successful season for the club after so many years of darkness.

Wrexham's star owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney joined players on the buses, which departed from the Racecourse ground.


And striker Ollie Palmer took to his Instagram page to give fans a taste of what it was like to be on board the bus.

He shared a video of himself, Paul Mullin, Elliot Lee and Ben Tozer having the time of their lives and singing along with fans.

He wrote: "Never could we ever dream of this ..."

Click on the Instagram post below to watch the video ...

The 31-year-old forward was a key player in the Wrexham squad this season as he notched 16 goals.

All in all, he has netted 32 times in 71 appearances since joining the club from Wimbledon in January 2022.