Phil Parkinson of Wrexham named as the National League’s Coach of the Year.

    Wrexham boss Phil Parkinson was named Wanaram National League coach for the season.

    But Wrexham striker Paul Mullin, who scored 47 goals in all competitions, conceded to Macaulay Langstaff the award of the best player of the season.

    Notts County forward Langstaff scored 42 goals in the National League – four more than Mullin – as Luke Williams’ team finished four points short of Wrexham’s champion record tally of 111.

    Parkinson took Wrexham over the line amid furious scrutiny of the Welsh club over their Hollywood star owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

    Wrexham missed promotion from the play-offs last season, but this time the Red Dragons ended a 15-year absence from the English Football League on the penultimate weekend of the season.

    Notts County, who have pushed Wrexham all the way in an exciting title race, will play in the play-off final on Saturday against Chesterfield for second place in the promotion.

    The top two dominate the eight-man National League Team of the Year. Notts County are supplying five players, two more than Wrexham.

    National League Team of the Year: N. Ashmore (Borham Wood), Jay King (Chesterfield), A. Cheeksen (Notts County), B. Tozer (Wrexham), C. Cameron (Notts County) ”), E. Lee (“Wrexham”), M. Palmer, R. Rodriguez, M. Langstaff (all districts of Notts), P. Mullin (Wrexham), R. Colclough (Chesterfield).

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