Boreham Wood came from behind to claim a point with a 1-1 National League draw against York City on Saturday.

An evenly contested match could easily have gone either way as both sides struck the woodwork and missed a host of presentable chances.

York have discovered a strong run of form in recent weeks and started brightly to take the lead after just seven minutes.

Some neat build-up play saw an impressive run and pass by Jon Parkin release Amari Morgan-Smith who controlled well before calmly beating Grant Smith in the Wood goal.

The home side responded well and were level before half-time as confusion in the York defence allowed Morgan Ferrier to round the keeper and score.

Wood started the second half in similar fashion as they continued to create chances, with Anthony Jeffrey being particularly productive.

He was unlucky not to grab a winner for Wood as he cut in from the left and fired a low shot against the post.

It was the closest either side came to a winner and Wood were forced to withstand heavy pressure late on, but held on to take a share of the spoils.

The result leaves Boreham Wood 13th in the table ahead of an FA Trophy quarter-final clash with Lincoln City on Saturday and a league meeting with Sutton United next Tuesday.