JUAN Ugarte was helped back to fitness at a new physiotherapy clinic in the town.
The striker, who, as the Mail was going to press was set to complete his return to Wrexham, had been out with a knee injury he picked up in an earlier loan spell with the Reds.
The knock was proving tricky to shake off, so that's where Total Sports Medicine - based at Fitness First - came in.
Ugarte (pictured) received advice from the clinic's physios, who include Darren Tinson - the Deeside-born defender who was part of the Burton Albion side that held Manchester United to a draw in the FA Cup.
Ugarte is one of a number of players, both professional and non-professional, who make use of the clinic, which boasts the latest equipment and comforts, as well as providing access to the gymnasium for rehabilitation.
To make an appointment with Total Sports Medicine call
07748847593. nNEWI Cefn Druids are showing signs of revival in the Welsh Premier League.
Following the thrashing of Cardiff Grange Quins, they earned a 1-1 draw at Rhyl on Friday thanks to Gareth Barton's late equaliser. Dixie McNeil's Druids, who are now just one point away from the safety zone, take on Rhyl, again, at home on Saturday, in the Welsh Cup. nLex XI proved why they are a match for anyone on their day with a 3-2 victory over Cymru
Alliance leaders Llandudno on Saturday. Gary Penlington scored the winner, with Robbie Nevitt and Mark
Williams getting the others.
Two places above Lex in seventh are neighbours Queens Park, who beat visitors Ruthin Town 1-0 - Lee Phelan deciding it late on, while Gresford Athletic boosted their survival chances with a 2-2 draw at home to Llangefni Town - Craig Williams and Danny Purdie on target.
On Saturday, Gresford have a big game at fellow strugglers Holyhead Hotspur, Queens host Glantraeth, while Lex welcome Ruthin to Stansty Park. nNEWI/Wrexham Ladies secured a 4-3 win at Llangefni on Sunday in the Betty Pickering Cup. Jenna Peters (2), Lowri Edwards and Emma Hazel were the heroes.