The Isthmian League title was clinched on April 4th at Windsor & Eton, with seven games still to be played. Nearest rivals, Enfield, had been swept aside 5-0 in a scintillating display of flowing, attacking football and the season ended with the Club 18 points clear of the Londoners.
Woking cruised to a 5-0 victory against Enfield infront of a crowd of 3125.
Woking pick up a 4-0 away win at Aylesbury over the Christmas period, Goalkeeper Laurence Batty getting amoungst the scorers with a penalty.
Martin O'Neill's Wycombe Wanderers ended the Cards' FA Trophy campaign in the 2nd Round. A record crowd of 5801 were packed into Adams Park, including around a thousand from Surrey, who had paid the princely sum of £4 to watch the game through the fog in the Hillbottom Terrace.
The Isthmian League Premier Division title was secured on Saturday 4th April 1992 with a 3-0 win at Windsor & Eton.
A crowd of 3073 watched the new league champions at Kingfield a few days later, with Woking defeating Kingstonian 3-1.
The official presentation of the trophy was made at Kingfield on Saturday 11th April 1992, Bishop's Stortford were defeated 3-0 on the day.
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