WREXHAM used up all their goals on their travels as supporters were once again starved of excitement at The Racecourse.

Phil Parkinson's men went into Saturday's game with Wealdstone on the back of successive big away wins at lowly King's Lynn and Aldershot Town.

The Reds scored 11 goals in those two matches but struggled back on home territory against a Stones side they just could not break down.

Wrexham had the better chances but Wealdstone goalkeeper George Wickens kept his side in the contest with a couple of decent first half saves.

After the break, Wrexham were short of ideas and were unable to put Wealdstone under sustained pressure as the visitors secured a deserved point.

Here's how the players rated.

ROB LAINTON: Did what was asked of him but not really troubled all game. 6

REECE HALL-JOHNSON: Has been much more of an attacking threat for Wrexham. 5

AARON HAYDEN: Close to breaking the deadlock and solid at the other end. 7

BEN TOZER: Coped well with Wealdstone's front two as Wrexham defended well. 7

HARRY LENNON: Another composed display from Lennon in the centre of defence. 7

BRYCE HOSANNAH: A cheekbone injury meant he didn't appear for the second half. 5

JAMES JONES: Never really got into the game. 5

LUKE YOUNG: Got into some good goal scoring positions when he got forward. 6

JORDAN DAVIES: Wrexham's midfield did not click on a disappointing afternoon. 5

PAUL MULLIN: Fed off scraps at times but also had a good chance to win it. 6

JORDAN PONTICELLI: Worked hard for the cause. 6


CAMERON GREEN: An attacking outlet when he came on. 6

JAKE HYDE: Had one chance to break the deadlock. 5

DAN JARVIS: A late substitution. 5