MARK CARRINGTON was delighted to reach another milestone but the Wrexham vice-captain's latest feat was tinged with disappointment after only drawing 2-2 with Boreham Wood.

Carrington made his 200th league appearance for the club at Meadow Park and he helped the Reds build-up a 2-0 lead by the 69th minute with Mark Harris opening his Wrexham account and fellow striker Bobby Grant grabbing his second goal in two games.

However, Boreham Wood reduced the deficit late-on and scored an injury time equaliser to pick up an unlikely point and ruin Carrington's big-day.

"Obviously I knew I'd made 200 appearances last season at some point and to make it 200 league games is a great little milestone to get to," said Carrington, the longest serving player in the squad now in his seventh season at The Racecourse.

"Just disappointed with the result but we go again on Saturday."

It was bitter-sweet for Carrington but the right-back hailed Wrexham's attacking play.

"We have got to take a lot of positives from it," said Carrington.

"We dominated the game and other than the two goals, it was almost a perfect away performance.

"We looked really good going forward, we have got some good firepower and we can't get disappointed with it.

"More disappointed with the result but we look at the performance on a whole and it stands us in good stead for the rest of the season."

Carrington had a hand in the opening goal, playing a pass down the right flank for Devonte Redmond whose cross was converted by Harris.

"We worked on them patterns in pre-season and getting the number 10 into the channel," said Carrington.

"A bit of rotation and it worked really well."

Wrexham, who beat Barrow 2-1 on the opening day of the season, remain unbeaten going into Saturday's clash at Dover and Carrington remains upbeat.

"We won't get too downhearted in there," said Carrington. "It has gone now.

"We will learn from our mistakes, go to Dover and try and pick up the three points.

"If you are picking up points on your travels it is good; it is just because of how well we played on Tuesday that I thought we deserved all three.

"If we'd have nicked a goal last minute we would have said it was a good point, it is just because of the circumstances that you are a bit disappointed but I think we are looking in good shape.

"We are still unbeaten, two points a game is the target and if you get that, you win the league and hopefully that's what we will do."

Reds boss Bryan Hughes praised utility man Carrington after reaching his latest milestone.

"It is a great accolade for Carra to have," said Hughes.

"That commitment to the club for all them years and he gets 200 games which is fantastic for the player.

"He played really well, he is very consistent in his performances and a stalwart for the club."