Mark Carrington plays his 250th match for Wrexham today. He’s the 36th player to pass the milestone in the club’s 155-year history, and the first since the man who brought him to the club, Andy Morrell in 2013.
Morrell and Carrington will be the only Wrexham players to have reached this milestone who have appeared in the National League, and Carrington is the first Wrexham player who has made all his appearances for the club since we dropped out of the Football League.
Just two other players have made over 200 appearances for the club since we joined the National League: Neil Ashton (244) and Jay Harris (219).
After Carrington, the players who have managed the most appearances for Wrexham in the current squad are James Jennings and Paul Rutherford, who are both on 162 at the moment.