Carter is Moors the mer­rier with late win­ner for Cards

Surrey Advertiser - - Front Page - Steve Porter, WK171777

WOK­ING made it four wins from five home games with a 2-1 vic­tory over Soli­hull Moors on Tues­day night.

The Cards dom­i­nated the first pe­riod and al­most oep­ned the scor­ing in the first minute when Inih Ef­fiong hit the post.

Joe Ward then went close with an au­da­cious ef­fort from range that the Moors keeper did well to turn away for a cor­ner.

It was one-way traf­fic and the home side took the lead on the half hour when Ef­fiong re­leased Ja­son Ban­ton and he made no mis­take.

That was all Wok­ing had to show for their first half dom­i­nance and the ta­bles turned in the sec­ond half.

With the wind in Soli­hull’s favour, the vis­i­tors came more into the game and they were awarded a penalty in the 74th minute that Dar­ren Carter duly dis­patched.

But that gal­vanised the Cards and with eight min­utes re­main­ing they won it. Joe Ward and Louis Ram­say com­bined well with the lat­ter cut­ting the ball back for sub­sti­tute Charlie Carter to score the win­ner.

In added time Ef­fiong had an ex­cel­lent chance to add a third. The ball broke quickly to sub­sti­tute Bob­son Bawl­ing on the right, who sent the front­man clear of the de­fence, but his first touch was far too strong en­abling the Moors keeper to clear.

Ja­son Ban­ton scored Wok­ing’s first goal dur­ing a com­fort­able first half for the Cards against Soli­hull Moors on Tues­day night

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