IT wasn't pretty viewing and losing a penalty shoot-out completed an embarrassing afternoon for Wrexham.

Dean Keates' side were knocked out of the FA Trophy by National League North outfit Leamington who won 6-5 on penalties in the third round tie at The Racecourse.

A forgettable 90 minutes saw a much-changed Wrexham side squander a couple of half-chances in the first period but the Brakes were the better side after the break without creating too many opportunities.

A shoot-out was the least Leamington deserved and both teams converted their first five spot-kicks.

Wrexham had a chance to win it when the Brakes missed the first sudden death penalty but goalkeeper Jake Weaver saved James Horsfield's effort.

And after Jack Edwards scored the next spot-kick, Anthony Jeffrey saw his attempt saved by Weaver as Leamington progressed to round four.

Here's how the players rated:

CHRISTIAN DIBBLE: Leamington caused problems second half but Dibble didn't have a lot to do. 4

MAX CLEWORTH: The teenager deserves more credit than some more experienced team-mates. 4

SHAUN PEARSON: Still finding his feet as the Reds' captain continued his comeback from surgery. 5

MARK CARRINGTON: First appearance of the season following injury and was solid enough. 5

PAUL RUTHERFORD: Didn't impose himself on the game and taken off after an hour. 3

ELLIOTT DURRELL: Failed to have an impact as Wrexham lacked a cutting edge in the final third. 3

JAMES HORSFIELD: Did the dirty work but needed more creativity around him in midfield. 4

DAN JARVIS: Showed some glimpses first half but dropped off after the break. Missed a good chance. 4

JORDAN DAVIES: Was the biggest attacking threat first half but tailed off in second period. 4

KWAME THOMAS: Squandered a couple of half chances in the opening period. 3

ADI YUSSUF: Unable to take one half-chance that came his way before the break. 3

ANTHONY JEFFREY: Lacked quality with crosses and missed final penalty. 3

JAKE BICKERSTAFF: Came on for the final 10 minutes. 3