WREXHAM came so close to ending their wait for a first away win of the season against high-flying Woking.

The lowly Reds, again led by interim manager Brian Flynn, produced a much improved performance and had chances to break the deadlock before wing-back back James Jennings opened the scoring three minutes into the second half.

Wrexham pushed for a second goal but Woking also had opportunities and equalised after Jake Lawlor appeared to get the final touch following a ball into the area.

Here's how the players rated:

CHRISTIAN DIBBLE: Under pressure following recent errors but kept Wrexham in the game with some important saves. 7

ADAM BARTON: Back in the side as a centre-back and did a good job on the whole. 6

JAKE LAWLOR: Made a key goalline clearance and was unfortunate to put through his own goal. 6

MICHAEL CHAMBERS: Got his head to a lot of balls into the area and was solid on his recall. 6

MARK CARRINGTON: The captain was as dependable as ever after switching from centre to wing-back. 6

LUKE SUMMERFIELD: Good on the ball and did his best to get things going through the midfield. 6

LUKE YOUNG: Set up Jennings for his goal and was involved in a lot of good things for the Reds. 7

JAMES JENNINGS: A big attacking threat and took his goal well but should have scored another. 7

BOBBY GRANT: Lively display but the leading scorer didn't have chances to add to his goals tally. 6

JASON OSWELL: Up against a giant defender but worked hard, set up chances and almost scored. 7

PAUL RUTHERFORD: Put in a good shift but unable to effect proceedings too much. 6

MARK HARRIS: The only substitute to come on and he saw a header come back off the post. 5