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WEYMOUTH 2 WOKING 3

21st March 2007

7.45pm on Tuesday 20 March 2007
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The Cards came from behind to secure a vital win and the double over Conference rivals Weymouth last night.

Weymouth took the lead on just 15 minutes through ex-Card Rapahel Nade with a header in from an Ishmael Welsh cross. The home side doubled their advantage some 12 minutes before the break with a Simon Weatherstone goal.

Half time: Weymouth 2 Woking 0

With most Cards fans thinking it was all over for the visiting side, Woking came out strong in the second half. Neil Smith came close early on but it was Tom Hutchinson that began the fightback with a lob over the goalkeeper for the Cards first of the night.

Craig McAllister drilled home a 15-yard shot to draw the scores level on 76 minutes. Some three minutes later, Woking took the lead. Giuseppe Sole stepped up and curled in a superb free-kick from some 25 yards out.

A poor first half performance was totally overshadowed by a superb comeback in the second half. Three well-earned points to lift the Cards up to 13th in the table and 5 points clear of Cambridge United in the relegation zone. Let's hope for another three points against Southport at home on Saturday.

Woking: Bittner, MacDonald (Berquez 78), Osano, Hutchinson, Pearce, Smith, Murray, Green, Sole, McAllister, Webb

Subs Not Used: Gindre, Bunce, Marum, Lambu

Booked: Sole, Pearce, Smith

Goals: Hutchinson 61, McAllister 76, Sole 79

Att: 1,257
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