WREXHAM AFC's co-chairmen have once again shown their class by supporting a Notts County player who saw a crucial penalty saved in a clash against the Reds.

The battle between the two clubs for the 2022/23 National League title is one which will go down in the history books.

Both teams earned over 100pts in a record-breaking campaign and fought it out all the way to the end.

One of the defining moments of the season was when Cedwyn Scott saw his last-gasp spot-kick saved brilliantly by Ben Foster at the STok Cae Ras on April 10.

Wrexham won 3-2 that day and went on to be crowned National League champions.

Notts County subsequently had to go through the play-offs - but won the final at Wembley with Scott's redemption complete as he scored the vital penalty as they beat Chesterfield 4-3 on spot-kicks.

A few of the County stars, including Scott, John Bostock, Macaulay Langstaff and manager Luke Williams were interviewed in the gripping final episode of the second season of Welcome to Wrexham.


And Scott's moment to send Notts County back into the English Football League (EFL) was also shown at the end of the episode.

Taking to X (formerly Twitter) to react to that, the attacker wrote: "Just finished watching the #WelcometoWrexham finale and credit where it’s due, it was a nice touch to include the Wembley penalty in there.

"Even more motivation to get back on that Meadow Lane pitch to contribute to hopefully another successful season. Missing it!"

Wrexham AFC's Rob McElhenney responded by saying: "That moment irl (in real life) had my entire family screaming with joy. You earned all the respect in the world. Good luck Cedwyn!"

Scott responded with: "Thank you mate, really appreciate the kind words!"

Fellow Wrexham chairman Ryan added: "What a moment!"

Wrexham AFC and Notts County are currently among the title/promotion-chasers in EFL League Two after promotion back to the 'big time'.

The Reds are second in the table with 33pts, while Notts County are fifth with 30pts.