ONE OF Wrexham AFC's famous co-chairmen offered a two-word reaction to the news that Rosie Hughes had reached the 100 goals mark.

The prolific Wrexham AFC Women's team striker celebrated the landmark milestone over the weekend.

The women's team claimed a derby day victory over The New Saints at The Rock, as Steve Dale’s side recorded an impressive 3-1 victory which saw Hughes bag her 100th goal in a Wrexham shirt.

Carra Jones also recorded a brace, putting in an impressive performance on the right-flank to secure victory with her goal-scoring threat.

Hughes, a prison officer at HMP Berwyn by day, has managed to score 100 goals in just 46 appearances for the women's team. 

That impressive tally led to co-chairman of the club, Rob McElhenney offering up a two-word reaction via Twitter. 


Following the match, Rob re-tweeted a picture of star striker Hughes with the words: "Absolute boss"

Hughes and her fellow Wrexham Women's team-mates have been a huge focal point of the second series of Welcome to Wrexham so far.

The documentary follows the ladies' journey to winning the Adran North League.

Hughes was pivotal during that success last season, even scoring a late winner against Connah's Quay to ensure that the team won 100% of their league matches during the course of the season.