WREXHAM should have been celebrating another victory but their draw against Boreham Wood felt like a defeat in the end.

The Reds build up a 2-0 lead by the 69th minute with Mark Harris opening his account for the club and fellow striker Bobby Grant getting his second goal in two games.

There had been some great passages of play from Bryan Hughes' side who were on course to make it two wins in a row after beating Barrow 2-1 on the opening day of the season.

However, Boreham Wood, who had been given a good account of themselves and made a game of it, pulled a goal back in the last 10 minutes.

All Wrexham had to do was see the game out but the Wood equalised in added time to pick up an unlikely point.

It was a huge blow for Wrexham who still remain unbeaten after two games but should boast a 100 per cent record.

It wasn't a surprise to see Hughes name an unchanged team at Meadow Park on the back of the opening day win against Barrow.

That meant vice-captain Mark Carrington, who again lined up at right-back and is the longest serving player in the squad, made his 200th league appearance for the club.

Both sides cancelled each other in the opening exchanges but Wrexham then stepped up a gear and had a good spell.

The first Reds' chance came in the 11th minute following a well worked move, which Luke Young was at the heart of, and finished with JJ Hooper's effort saved by keeper David Gregory.

Harris saw a low drive saved by Gregory but Wrexham took a 14th minute lead following another fantastic move.

Devonte Redmond ran onto Carrington's pass down the right flank and sent in a cross that was converted by Harris.

The Wood responded with Adam McDonnell's free-kick which was gathered by Christian Dibble but the Reds goalkeeper pulled off an even better save as he tipped McDonnell's powerful drive over the bar for a corner.

Dibble's next stop from Tyrone Marsh was more routine before Harris got on the end of Hooper's knock down but saw his effort fall wide

It was an entertaining game with both sides giving it a go and Young made a well-timed challenge on Kabongo Tshimanga in the area to deny the striker a scoring chance.

Marsh's drive was smothered by Dibble at the start of the second half and the Reds keeper pulled off an acrobatic save to deny Keiran Murtagh.

Wrexham responded with Hooper scuffing his shot into the ground but it nearly cleared Gregory who had to tip the ball over a corner.

It was end to end as Tshimanga brought another excellent save out of Dibble before Redmond's ball across the face goal was just too far in front of the unmarked Harris.

Tshimanga should have done better but he fired over while Wrexham well upfield and took a 2-0 lead after 69 minutes.

James Jennings slid a neat pass through to Grant who took a touch before slotting past Gregory.

The Wood could have reduced the deficit as Marsh failed to hit target from a good position but Gregory made two crucial saves in quick succession to deny Grant and Jennings as Wrexham sought to build on their lead.

However, the Wood pulled a goal back with eight minutes left as Murtagh converted Marsh's pass.

And Wrexham were denied victory as the Wood scored an equaliser in the third minute of injury time.

Wrexham failed to clear a corner and Murtagh scored as Wrexham were denied three points.

Boreham Wood (5-3-2): Gregory; Smith, Champion, Stephens, Thompson, Ilesanmi (Thomas 73); McDonnell, Murtagh, Mingoia; Tshimanga (Shaibu 68), Marsh. Subs not used: Woodards, Ricketts, Shakes.

Wrexham (4-2-3-1): Dibble; Carrington, Lawlor, Pearson, Jennings; Summerfield, Young; Grant, Redmond (Rutherford 75, Harris; Hooper. Subs: Szczepaniak, Chambers, Oswell, McIntosh.

Attendance: 845 (391 from Wrexham).