In pictures: Our ground record breaking day at home to Wrexham



More than 2,800 fans packed into The Vale on Saturday for the National League game – and two of our dedicated photographers, the long-serving Jon Taffel and enthusiastic newcomer Darren Campbell, were there to capture every moment. 📸


Here is the story of the day in their pictures...


The Wrexham fans were at the ground nice and early after their long drive...



The Wealdstone players arrived soon after following a much shorter journey...


The Wrexham players were off the team bus soon after...


The Stones dressing room had been prepared the night before...


It was a proud day for our kitman and member of the Armed Forces, Brett Aherne...


The award-winning Wealdstone programme won rave reviews from fans of our Welsh visitors...


The Raider was in the house...


The players were put through their paces before the game against the league leaders...


The teams were lead out by Chief Petty Officer Andy Gibbs from HMS Collingwood, Corporal Mark Lount from RAF Northolt, Simon Brown, a wounded veteran from the British Army, and bugler Jane Anderson...


Bugler Jane Anderson played the Last Post...


There was an immaculate observed minute's silence ahead of Remembrance Sunday...


It was a memorable day for the mascots...


Sam Howes made the save of the match to deny Ollie Palmer...


There were more than 1,800 home fans in the ground..


The 1000+ away fans made plenty of noise...


Honours ended even and there were handshakes at full-time...


The players thanked the fans at full-time...


Manager Stuart Maynard told his players in the huddle afterwards they had "set themselves a standard."


Sam Howes was named man of the match....


Debutant Miguel Freckleton was interviewed after the game...


Our proud sponsors enjoyed a good day....


And the police make sure the big event passed off without incident...


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