THERE was no way complacency was going to set in as third-placed Wrexham ended their home Adran Premier League schedule in winning fashion.

The Reds’ final match at The Rock this season was a 3-0 win over Aberystwyth Town, just days after Wrexham had defeated the same opponents away from home.

Rebecca Pritchard, one of the goalscorers, told the club’s YouTube channel: “I think it’s quite easy when you’ve won only just a few days before.

“It’s quite easy to go into a game and be a little bit complacent and sort of just expect to get the result again, but I think we all sort of didn’t expect that.

“We tried really hard and made sure that we were comfortable throughout the game and got our three points and again at the end of like a tough week with three games, I thought we dug in and really got the result that we needed.”

Wrexham got their noses in front inside the opening 10 minutes as TJ Dickens netted with a superb free kick from distance.

Within 10 minutes and the hosts had a two-goal cushion. Lili Jones’ cross to the far post found Amber Lightfoot and she fired into the top corner.

It was game over when the Reds grabbed their third goal after 57 minutes. Pritchard found the target with a brilliant volley from 20 yards out.

“Really pleased. A really good team performance,” said Pritchard.

“I think we controlled the game throughout, sort of, the whole 90 minutes, really, and really good to get three goals and clean sheet.

“Really pleased with the performance and also good to get a goal as well, personally.

“A few tough games leading up to, sort of, this week, but coming out with the six points, I think that’s really given us a good confidence boost going into the next league game we’ve got and also the cup final we’ve got in a month’s time.”

What a spell it has been for Connah’s Quay Nomads.

The club wrapped up this season Adran U19s’ North League crown courtesy of their 5-0 victory versus The New Saints.

Nomads’ seventh success of the season was confirmed by second half goals from Alisha Wright (2), Sophie Rawling, Polly Wild-McGregor (2).

Meanwhile, the club’s senior side has effectively made sure of a runners-up finish in Adran North.

Nomads completed their league campaign with a 9-0 win over Airbus and Y Felinheli need to win their final game by 22 goals to dislodge Quay from the top-two.

Kirstie Kural was on the scoresheet as she made it 50 Adran North goals for the team.

There was a hat-trick from Alisha Wright and a hat-trick of assists from Sophie Rawling, who scored one of the goals.

The remaining efforts came from Alisha Whitehead-Hughes, Megan Andrews, Emily Hughes-Jones and Elana Harley.