Wrecsam's co-chairman has taken to social media to blast the decision to postpone the club's game at Aldershot. 

The Reds were 2-0 to the good in the early stages of the second half when referee Sunny Gill brought the game to an end in the 52nd minute due to a waterlogged pitch. 

Amazingly, Wrecsam's players were then seen acting as groundsmen as they tried to clear the standing water from the pitch.

Rob McElhenney, the club's co-chairman, took to social media to react in amazement at the scenes.

He tweeted: "I’m watching our PLAYERS MOP THE FIELD to continue the game.

"I’ve never seen anything like it.

"Official statement from the co-chairman: 'We need to get out of this ******* league.'"

The National League match will now be replayed at a later date.

Wrexham manager Phil Parkinson told BBC Sport Wales: "Can't do anything about the conditions but I would have liked to have seen more effort at half-time by the ground staff at Aldershot to clear the water off the pitch.

"They were 2-0 down, there was not going to be a great deal of effort to get it on even when the ref gave it another 10 minutes, we were searching for the ground staff but they were nowhere to be seen.

"It was a magnificent first half performance by us."

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