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Tonbridge Angels 3 Woking 6

Frannie Collin
Frannie Collin

Tonbridge Angels were hit for six as they were handed a Bank Holiday Monday drubbing by Blue Square Bet South title-chasers Woking at Longmead.

Jack King gave the visitors the lead from the penalty spot just four minutes in after Lee Worgan had felled Moses Ademola and Joe McNerney made it 2-0 on 17 minutes after Elvis Hammond's shot had been blocked.

Frannie Collin (pictured) halved the deficit five minutes before half-time from the spot after Sonny Miles was fouled but Ademola restored the Cards' two-goal lead before the interval after the Angels failed to clear the ball from the six yard box.

Hammond made the points safe with a fourth just after the hour before Ben Andrews reduced the deficit 15 minutes from time when he powered a header into the bottom corner from Jake Beecroft's corner.

Wayne Gray grabbed two in four minutes to make it 6-2 before the close, but there was still time for Collin to snatch his second, and seventh of the campaign, a minute from time with a long-range blast into the top corner.

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