WREXHAM secured a last gasp victory as they came from behind to beat Halifax Town 2-1 at The Shay.

The home side took the lead midway through the second half but Phil Parkinson's side equalised eight minute from time through midfielder James Jones' first goal for the club.

Parkinson had more attacking bodies on the pitch and it paid off as leading scorer Paul Mullin scored a well taken winner in stoppage time to secure victory which takes Wrexham up to eighth in the National League.

Here's how the players rated:

ROB LAINTON: Did everything asked of him but beaten by Slew for the only goal. 6

REECE HALL-JOHNSON: Always keen to get forward and played in Mullen for a great chance. 6

AARON HAYDEN: Made a superb block in the area at 1-1. 6

BEN TOZER: Wrexham were solid defensively but undone after losing the ball. 6

SHAUN BRISLEY: Back in the side and was taken off after Wrexham fell behind. 6

BRYCE HOSANNAH: Supported attacks down the left flank. 6

JAMES JONES: Wrexham got back on level terms thanks to Jones' shot. 6

LUKE YOUNG: The captain worked hard for the cause. 6

JORDAN DAVIES: Some good touches in midfield. 6

DAN JARVIS: Played at the tip of the diamond on return to side. 6

PAUL MULLIN: The lone striker had one good chance to put Wrexham ahead before scoring winner. 7


JAKE HYDE: Got another 30 minutes and made a difference. 6

CAMERON GREEN: A replacement for Hosannah and threat down the left. 6

JORDAN PONTICELLI: Another attacking body and played his part in win. 6