Saints duo Greg Draper and Jamie Mullan swept the board at the Welsh Premier League awards evening on Saturday, June 2.

Mullan was named the league's Player of the Year at Saturday's awards evening, just pipping team-mate Draper and Aberystwyth's Declan Walker to win the award in a season which saw him score the winner in the League Cup final.

Club owner Mike Harris was on hand to collect his award in his absence.

Draper was also present to collect his golden boot after his 22 league goals put him out front in the league scoring charts.

Scott Ruscoe was pipped to the manager of the season award by Cefn Druids boss Huw Griffiths after the Wrexham outfit qualified for Europe with a thrilling playoff victory over Cardiff Met.

"I've had my A licence for 20 years - not many people know that - and I've been working with elite level footballers for 24 years, so I'm chuffed to have been recognised," he said.

"The hard work of coaching Wrexham Under-10s and going up through the levels has paid off."