Wrexham have confirmed that both Shaun Harrad and Gerry McDonagh have left the Racecourse Ground.
Harrad was on a short-term contract having arrived in the summer from Torquay United.
He made his debut in the goalless draw with Dover Athletic on the opening day of the season.
The former Burton Albion striker scored twice in eighteen league games, both goals coming in wins over Bromley and Forest Green Rovers respectively.
In addition, there were two more strikes in the two Emirates FA Cup ties with Stamford AFC and he also came on as a substitute against Tranmere Rovers in the Buildbase FA Trophy, which was to prove to be his last appearance.
Meanwhile, Irish under-19 international McDonagh was on a youth loan from Championship side Nottingham Forest and returns to the City having gained valuable first-team experience with the Dragons.
In all, he played in twenty-one league games, starting fifteen times and scoring 5 goals – including one on his debut at Guiseley AFC and two more against the then league leaders Forest Green.
He also had two further substitute appearances in the FA Cup and Trophy.
The big centre forward was well received by the Racecourse faithful and at only 18 years of age, he returns to the City Ground to fight for a new contract.