Kosylo in at double to ease drop fears
NATIONAL LEAGUE: FC Halifax Town moved eight points clear of the drop zone thanks to a 3-1 win at Woking, Jamie Fullarton’s first victory in charge.
Matty Kosylo scored twice and winger Connor Thomson marked his debut with a goal to seal Halifax’s fourth away league win of the campaign.
Combined with Solihull’s defeat at high-flying Sutton, the result puts Halifax in a commanding position to go on and secure their fifth-tier status with 10 games remaining.
Just after half-an-hour Kosylo scored from the spot after a dazzling run was brought to a premature end.
Woking forced FondopTalom into a goalline clearance five minutes before half-time after Sam Johnson had missed claiming a corner.
Regan Charles-Cook’s cross-shot was diverted in by substitute Charlie Carter just after half-time, but Halifax regained the lead in magnificent fashion when Kosylo rifled in a stunning shot.
Halifax put the game out of reach as Michael Duckworth’s cross was nodded in by substitute Thomson.