SCOTT QUIGLEY scored a brace but Wrexham were held to another draw by promotion rivals Aldershot Town at The Racecourse.

On loan striker Quigley twice gave Wrexham the lead, taking his tally to six goals in seven games, but Aldershot hit back to earn a deserved share of the spoils as it finished 2-2.

Wrexham are now unbeaten in 12 games but this was a ninth stalemate in that spell, meaning Dean Keates' side have lost ground on leaders Macclesfield Town.

Aldershot started well and should have gone ahead after creating some good chances but Wrexham took the lead against the run of play after 22 minutes.

Jonathan Franks, in for his first Wrexham start, delivered a corner which goalkeeper Jake Cole flapped at and Quigley turned the ball over the line.

But Aldershot had been a threat going forward and deservedly equalised three minutes before the break.

A promising break led to James Rowe crossing from the right and Shamir Fenelon headed home from close range.

Aldershot picked up where they left off at the start of the second half but the Reds made it 2-1 on 58 minutes.

Chris Holroyd flicked the ball on for Quigley who raced clear and slotted past Cole.

However, the Shots were back on level terms after 75 minutes.

Callum Reynolds' glancing header from Rowe's corner was adjudged to have crossed the line despite the efforts of Marcus Kelly.

Quigley should have made it 3-2 in the closing minutes, the striker firing wide with only Cole to beat after the ball fell to him in the box, and Wrexham had to settle for another draw.

Wrexham (4-2-3-1): Dunn; Roberts, Manny Smith, Pearson, Jennings; Wedgbury, Kelly; Franks, Deverdics, Holroyd (Ainge 87); Quigley. Subs not used: Raven, Wright, Rutherford, Mackreth.