WREXHAM are still looking for their first away win of the season as Woking came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw at The Kingfield Stadium.

Interim manager Brian Flynn took charge for a third time and saw James Jennings put the lowly Reds ahead early in the second half.

Both teams created chances throughout the contest and high-flying Woking came up with an equaliser.

Wrexham, set to appoint a new boss next week, remain outside the relegation zone on goal difference.

The starting line-up showed two changes from the side that lost 3-1 at Solihull Moors on Tuesday.

Centre-back Michael Chambers took over in place of suspended skipper Shaun Pearson and Adam Barton, also brought into the back three, was preferred to Jazzi Barnum-Bobb as Flynn stuck with a 3-4-3 formation.

But there was no place in the squad for striker JJ Hooper who has made two substitute appearances since recovering from injury but was rested.

Wrexham made a lively start and Chambers put a free header wide from Luke Young's free-kick after three minutes.

Woking had an even better chance with their first sight of goal as Jamar Loza shook off Jake Lawlor and was denied by Christian Dibble, who retained his place in the Reds side despite making errors in recent games.

A neat Woking move finished with Dave Tarpey's shot taking a deflection over the bar while Wrexham counter-attacked and captain Mark Carrington's effort was charged down by a defender and gathered by keeper Craig Ross.

Wrexham leading scorer Bobby Grant failed to hit the target with an audacious long range effort, and it looked as though Young had given the Reds the lead but the midfielder's volley was brilliantly tipped over the bar by Ross.

Back came Woking and Jake Hyde's header was cleared off the line by Jake Lawlor, while Dibble twice thwarted Tarpey.

Dibble pulled off a superb save to keep out Moussa Diarra's header after the defender got a touch to Shaun Donnellan's drive.

Wrexham responded with James Jennings pulling back Grant's cross for Jason Oswell who was denied by Ross, and Diarra beat Paul Rutherford to the loose ball, but it remained goalless at the break.

But that changed three minutes into the second half as Wrexham took the lead.

Young threaded a pass through for Jennings who scored with a well taken finish.

Luke Summerfield fired wide while Oswell's header lacked power and was saved by Ross as Wrexham continued to press.

Kane Ferdinand's shot was blocked at the other end but Wrexham came close to a second goal as Ross scrambled to keep out Oswell's header from Young cross.

It should have been 2-0 in the next attack as Jennings was put through on goal by Oswell but saw his effort saved with only the keeper to beat.

There was a let-off for Wrexham as Tarpey's shot across goal just needed a touch while Dibble pulled off a fantastic save to deny Loza.

But Woking equalised on 76 minutes.

Donnellan crossed into the area and Lawlor found the back of his own net as he attempted to clear.

Wrexham went back on the offensive and substitute Mark Harris headed against the post while Grant's low drive was dealt with by Ross.

Neither side could find a winner and it finished all square.

Woking (4-3-3): Ross; Cook, Parry, Diarra, Casey; Donnellan, Ferdinand, Loza; Tarpey (Kretschmar 86), Hyde (Meite 63), Edser (Hodges 63). Subs not used: Howes, Collier.

Wrexham (3-4-3): Dibble; Barton, Lawlor, Chambers; Carrington (Harris 64), Summerfield, Young, Jennings; Grant, Oswell, Rutherford. Subs: Szczepaniak, Tollitt, Redmond, Wright.

Referee: Garreth Rhodes.

Attendance: 2,061 (159 from Wrexham).