WREXHAM beat Woking 1-0 at a packed Racecourse to continue their unbeaten start to the National League season but the Reds had to did deep to secure three points.

Phil Parkinson's side failed to take some good chances in the first half before Jordan Davies gave Wrexham a 40th minute lead after heading home Paul Mullin's cross.

Davies was forced off with an injury early in the second half and his replacement, David Jones, was sent off after 75 minutes.

Ten-man Wrexham saw Woking push for a late equaliser and goalkeeper Rob Lainton made a brilliant stoppage time save to ensure his side picked up victory.

Here's how the players rated:

ROB LAINTON: Not really tested until he produced a fantastic injury time save to guarantee three points. 7

AARON HAYDEN: Had a hand in the goal but was unusually shaky at times in defensive role. 7

BEN TOZER: Solid and was never flustered even when Woking went in search of an equaliser. 7

HARRY LENNON: A very assured performance at the back and was comfortable on the ball. 8

TYLER FRENCH: Another fantastic display as French made a lot of headway down the right flank. 7

JAMIE JONES: Linked up well with French and covered a lot of ground. 7

LUKE YOUNG: Put in a good shift as the holding midfielder. 6

JORDAN DAVIES: Took his goal well but was forced off early in the second half with a calf injury. 7

JAMIE RECKORD: Like French, Reckord also made an impact and was always keen to attack. 7

JAKE HYDE: Worked hard in attack with little reward. 6

PAUL MULLIN: Was a real livewire and brilliant cross to pick out Davies for the goal 7


DAVID JONES: Picked up two yellow cards in quick succession to leave Wrexham with 10 men. 3

LIAM MCALINDEN: Made one superb run that could have led to a goal. 5