LUKE YOUNG and Luke Summerfield scored their first goals for the club as Wrexham won 2-1 at Dagenham and Redbridge.

It was the last game before Wrexham take a break from their league programme to face Harrogate Town in next Saturday's FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie and the Reds ensured they signed off on a high at Victoria Road.

Sam Ricketts named the same side that started the 1-0 win against Havant and Waterlooville the previous weekend.

The only change was on the substitutes bench with leading scorer Mike Fondop replacing Doug Tharme.

Dagenham made a bright start and put Wrexham under early pressure, Brad Walker making two timely blocks on the edge of the area and an Ollie Harfield header was comfortably saved by Rob Lainton.

Walker shot wide with Wrexham's first sight of goal and the Reds enjoyed a good spell where they created a number of corners, Stuart Beavon's header across goal just needing a touch from a team-mate.

It had been an end to end encounter with Wrexham having the first real chance in the 25th minute but Jordan Maguire-Drew's 20 yard drive was turned behind by keeper Elliott Justham.

Walker's bicycle kick cleared the bar but Rekeil Pyke wasn't far away following good work by Beavon.

Wrexham almost took the lead on 35 minutes as Maguire-Drew latched onto Beavon's flick-on but his shot was tipped behind by Justham.

Ricketts was forced into a change just before the break with Akil Wright replacing the injured Jake Lawlor, meaning Walker switched to centre-back.

Elliott Romain had a header saved by Lainton but Wrexham went ahead after 44 minutes.

Pyke laid the ball off for Young who found the net with a stunning 25-yard strike that gave Justham no chance.

But the lead was shortlived as Dagenham equalised almost immediately, Walker putting through his own net following a mix-up with Lainton from Liam Gordon's cross into the area.

Alex McQueen wasn't far away from putting Dagenham ahead at the start of the second half from Romain's cross but Wrexham came even closer with Wright's effort deflected onto the crossbar.

Beavon also fired wide but Dagenham countered with Lainton getting down well to turn substitute Lamar Reynolds's low drive behind for a corner.

Fondop took over from Maguire-Drew in the 61st minute and Wrexham regained the lead seven minutes later.

Kevin Roberts was brought down in the area by Gordon and Summerfield converted the resulting penalty - Wrexham's first spot-kick of the season.

Pyke was denied by Justham while Shamir Mullings dragged a shot wide for the Daggers.

Paul Rutherford came on for Beavon in Wrexham's final change and Fondop was denied by Justham as the game entered the final 10 minutes.

Dagenham pressed for a leveller and Romain's effort hit the post and was turned behind with the aid of Lainton while Wrexham broke upfield and Rutherford lobbed Justham but Gordon tracked back and cleared the ball off the line in the nick of time.

Rutherford also fired wide in added time but Wrexham had done enough for a third successive win.

Dagenham and Redbridge (4-4-2): Justham; Nunn (Kandi 80),Wright, Pennell, Gordon; McQueen (Reynolds 55), Bellamy, Robinson, Harfield (Munns 55); Mullings, Romain. Subs not used: Moore, Hoyte.

Wrexham (4-3-3): Lainton; Roberts, Lawlor (Wright 41), Pearson, Carrington; Young, Walker, Summerfield; Maguire-Drew (Fondop 61), Beavon (Rutherford 78), Pyke. Subs not used: Dibble, Deverdics.

Referee: David Rock

Attendance: 1,601 (321 from Wrexham).