FA Cup giantkillers Telford hung on for a goalless draw after playing the last
20 minutes of the game with 10 men at Shrewsbury.
Bucks defender Andy Wilkinson was shown a straight red card for a reckless
challenge on Jody Banim at Gay Meadow.
Banim later forced Telford keeper Chris MacKenzie into making a fingertip save with a superb 30-yard drive with 15 minutes to go.
The Shrews should have been in front by half-time as Colin Cramb carved open a couple of decent chances, while Martin O'Connor and Jamie Tolley also missed good opportunities.
But the visitors came out fighting after the break as Lee Mills and Fitzroy
Simpson cleared the bar with rising drives.
However the Bucks were forced onto the back-foot once Wilkinson, on loan from Stoke, was dismissed and were grateful to hang on for a point.
Shrewsbury: Howie, Moss, Tinson, Ridler, Street, Jamie Tolley,
O'Connor, Aiston, Darby, Rodgers, Cramb.
Subs: Banim, Sedgemore,
Potter, Lowe, Dunbavin.
Telford: MacKenzie, Wilkinson, Whitehead, Challis, Clarke,
Simpson, Hulbert, Ricketts, Murphy, Christian Moore, Mills.
Subs: Grant, Lavery, Blackwood, Naylor, Taylor.
Referee: S Brand (Wirral).