WREXHAM are looking for a new boss after Mari Edwards stepped down only months after taking on the job.

A statement released by the club read: “Wrexham AFC can confirm women’s first-team manager Mari Edwards has stepped down from her role at the club with immediate effect.

“Mari – who took over the role in the summer – has overseen success during her short stint which includes guiding the club to the first round proper of the FAW Cup for the first time and reaching the knockout stages of the Adran Trophy.

“The club will now look to appoint a new women’s first-team manager with the process beginning immediately.”

Assistant manager Steve Dale has been placed in temporary charge and took charge of yesterday’s Adran North match at Llanfair United where he was assisted by Gemma Owen and former Wrexham midfielder, Gareth Owen.

And it turned out to be a decent day for Wrexham, who ran out comfortable 3-1 winners.

All of the goals arrived in the second half, with Rebecca Pritchard breaking the deadlock on 52 minutes.

Pritchard turned provider to set up Lauren Reese for the second goal, before Amber Lightfoot made it 3-0.

Tonicha Lloyd grabbed a stoppage time consolation for Llanfair.