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Wrexham 1 - 1 Woking (HT)

Wrexham are currently drawing with Woking in the Conference after a late goal just before the half time whistle.

Woking's Scott Rendell put the visitors in the lead with a goal in the 23rd minute.

Wrexham equalised 15 minutes later after a right footed shot by Louis Moult.

Full time: Dartford 1 - 2 Wrexham

Wrexham enjoyed a dream start to the new Conference Premier season, beating Dartford 2-1 away from home. Despite conceding a second half goal, two Wes York strikes after the break secured the spoils for the Dragons

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Half-time: Dartford 0-1 Wrexham

Wrexham are 1-0 ahead at Dartford at half-time in the Conference Premier.

Wes York put the Welsh side ahead after half an hour, in the first game of the season.

150 years of Wrexham Football Club

The museum will be officially opened by Mayor of Wrexham Cllr Alan Edwards and former Wrexham FC player Dixie McNeil will be guest of honour.

Here are a few facts about the club:

  • Established in 1864, it's Wales' the oldest club and the third oldest in the world
  • The Racecourse is the world's oldest international football ground still in use
  • The first international played there was Wales v Scotland in 1877
  • Wales v Ireland at the Racecourse in 1906 was captured by film pioneers, Mitchell and Kenyon, in the first surviving film of an international football game.

Wrexham FC marks 150th birthday with pop-up museum

Established in 1864, Wrexham is Wales's oldest football club Credit: ITV News

A pop-up museum celebrating Wrexham Football Club's 150th anniversary is being launched today.

The museum will remember iconic club moments including Mickey Thomas's free kick against Arsenal in the 1992 FA Cup third round tie.

The world's first 'playboy footballer' Leigh Rhoose played at the Racecourse in 1906

The Racecourse ground hosted Wales v Ireland on April 2, 1906, which became the first surviving film of an international football game. That game featured the world's first 'playboy footballer' Leigh Rhoose, who is also remembered at the museum.

The museum at the Eagles Meadow Shopping Centre will be open until Saturday. Fans who have any memorabilia they would like to share can ring 07970 318081 or email wrexhamfootball@bakehousefactory.co.uk.

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