Date: Mon 13 May 2013

Loanee duo offered new deals by Wrexham

Anthony Stephens in action for Prestatyn v Connahs Quay this season

Anthony Stephens in action for Prestatyn v Connahs Quay this season

Two players who spent the 2012/13 season helping their loan clubs reach Europe have been offered new deals by their parent club Wrexham.

Wrexham player-manager Andy Morrell has offered new contracts to defenders Anthony Stephens and Steve Tomassen.

Stephens helped Prestatyn win a first Welsh Cup in their 103-year history and with it Europa League qualification for the first time.

Tomassen made such an impression at the Airfield for Andy Preece's Airbus UK, that he captained the Wingmakers at times as the Broughton-based side finished in a record second-position to claim European football for the first time.

It remains to be seen whether either will be offered out on loan next season and able to play in the Europa League, which starts on Thursday 4th July.

Another former Wingmaker Leon Clowes who played on loan at the Airfield in the 2010/11 season has also been offered a new deal by the Conference club.

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