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Luke Wynne


Luke first took charge of the Dragons in 2018 and in his short spell has won Wrexham AFC Women its first trophy, beating Rhyl Development in the 2019 final of the NWWFL Division 2 League Cup.

Luke holds his UEFA C certificate and is currently close to achieving his B licence. Luke is also the coach of the girls U12s side.

Steven Jones

Goalkeeping Coach

Steven has previously been involved with Wrexham AFC through the Performance Centre and Centre of Excellence. He is a FAW/UEFA B Goalkeeper License holder and a former Assistant Manager of Cefn Druids Reserves.
Steve is also a current Goalkeeper coach for North Wales regional boys. Steve is a highly experienced goalkeeper specific coach.

Gemma Owen

Club Secretary

Gemma will be acting as the clubs secretary. Her role will be to manage the off field running of the club.
Gemma has played a big role in promoting the women’s game in Wexham and alongside this role manages the Girls Performance Centre which also forms part of our female playing pathway at the club.

Gaynor Davies

Sports Therapist

Gaynor joins the set up as first team sports therapist. Her role will see her leading pre-training/game activation as well as care for and treat injured players.

Gaynor is currently also involved at Holywell FC men’s and North Wales Netball under 17s. Her qualifications include a Level 3 PT and GP referral and a diploma in Sports Injury.

Steven Dale

Assistant Manager

Assisting Luke with training and playing operations will be Steven Dale. Steve holds a Level 2 FA qualification and has previously worked with Gresford Athletic FC, Wrexham AFC Boys Centre of Excellence, and Liverpool FC Girls.

Away from the Womens team Steve also coaches the RCF girls U8s and U16s. Therefore has a sound knowledge of the female game.


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Wrexham AFC Women were re-established in 2018 and although in their infancy, have achieved real success on the pitch, and are aiming to bring a sustainable pathway for women’s footballers at Wrexham.

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