DUL­WICH LEAVE THE LEAD­ERS STUNNED

WOK­ING 1 DUL­WICH HAM­LET 2

The Non-League Football Paper - - NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH - By Mark Fran­cis

WOK­ING lost their un­beaten home record af­ter be­ing beaten by Dul­wich Ham­let.

The vis­i­tors took the lead af­ter just three min­utes when Michael Cham­bers header looped over Wok­ing stop­per Berti Schot­terl, leav­ing Dan Spence on the line de­fence­less.

Wok­ing took their time to re­spond, with a sea of chances fall­ing their way just be­fore half time, but not mak­ing a dif­fer­ence to the score-line.

Debu­tant Har­vey Brad­bury, saw his lobbed ef­fort clear the Dul­wich goal­keeper Pre­ston Ed­wards as well as the cross­bar.

A minute later, Kane Fer­di­nand put his ef­fort past one post, be­fore Paul Hodges put it past the other.

Af­ter the break, Wok­ing’s pres­sure paid off when Brad­bury was played through sim­i­lar to the way he was in the first half, but this time he brought it down and smashed it home.

Many would have pre­dicted the Cards would push for the win, but were made to re­gret their missed op­por­tu­ni­ties in the first half.

Four­teen min­utes from time, Iffy Allen – once of Alder­shot – fi­nessed a right foot ef­fort past Wok­ing’s goal­keeper and that’s how it re­mained as Ham­let se­cured just their third win to leave the lead­ers stunned in de­feat.

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