LLANELLI Scarlets chief Gareth Jenkins has joined the pleas for the Racecourse Ground to be saved after his side ended their losing streak in North Wales.
A second-half comeback saw the reigning Celtic League champions pip Leinster Lions 24-22 in Wrexham to recover from a dismal start to the defence of their crown.
Jenkins paid tribute to the 4,200 crowd that roared on his players, saying it would be a disaster if the North Wales public did not have a premier venue to showcase top-class sport.
'To lose a stadium like this in North Wales is probably unacceptable. There are too many reasons why it shouldn't happen, for the town of Wrexham and the people of North Wales, and I hope common sense is brought to the saga,' he said.
'What was great here tonight was the support, especially because we haven't been having a good time of it. The fans came out and they cheered and they chanted. This is really starting to feel like a second home for us.'