WREXHAM'S heroes partied poolside with bikini-clad beauties watching on as they continued to enjoy their Las Vegas promotion holiday.

Deadpool star and Wrexham owner Ryan Reynolds paid for the National League champs to look dead cool – by revelling Stateside in their promotion to League Two.

And on day of their four-day trip the Red Dragons are beginning to lap up their glimpse of the Hollywood life enjoyed by the club's two famous backers.

The players sipped drinks by the Wet Republic Ultra Pool at the MGM Grand  – as they finally relax after returning to the EFL after 15 years in the fifth tier.

The toned bunch of squad bods milled around as dozens dipped into the water to cool-down.

The Brits did stand out a bit, however – as some of the pasty players were devoid of any sun tan in the 24-degree temperatures.


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English midfielder Elliot Lee drunk his beer from a lime bottle.

And versatile Irishman Thomas O'Connor was seen checking his phone on a lounger.

The Wrexham heroes, including ex-England keeper Ben Foster, have already dined at the exclusive Hakkasan restaurant and partied in Sin City.

The Red Dragons have attracted thousands of fans across the pond, thanks mainly to the pulling power of Reynolds and fellow Hollywood star and co-owner Rob McElhenney.

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And they got a touch of the celebrity treatment themselves when they arrived in Vegas.

The players were welcomed in via a big screen with the club badge on it.

Glamorous girls held up letters spelling out "Wrexham" and Welsh flags were waved.

Fireworks followed plus loud music from DJ James Hype.

It follows a momentous season where the Red Dragons DID live up the Hype.

They amassed a record 111 points, with runners-up Notts County also beating the previous highest total with 107.

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