DULWICH LEAVE THE LEADERS STUNNED
WOKING 1 DULWICH HAMLET 2
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.
STAR MAN: Sanchez Ming (Dulwich) ENTERTAINMENT: ★★★★★