DOVER Sole was the catch of the day on a wet Woking August Bank Holiday Monday, as a Giuseppe Sole double cast the bait for a resounding 6-1 trawl.
A fantastic four goals from Scott Rendell followed as Woking provided a Bank Holiday carnival at Kingfield, despite the traditional inclement conditions.
Those two goals from Sole in a sodden opening 20 minutes saw Woking sail away from their coastal rivals, going in three goals to one up at the break, after Rendell had also netted his first.
The second period saw the visitors completely cast adrift, as three more from Rendell – including one from the penalty spot – completed the scoring downpour to net a comprehensive win.
Hungry for success gaffer Garry Hill, speaking after the resounding win, said Woking can feel confident looking out across the horizon up the Conference table.
“We’re a club that I believe has got to be looking to push on and get in an area looking at the play-offs,” said Hill.
“I’ve got to say that otherwise I’d be telling you a load of pork pies. I’m not getting carried away, football can turn against you rapidly, but the pleasing thing from the final 25 games of last season and the first five games of this season is we’ve proved that we’re much stronger on and off the pitch.”
Woking hop over the border to Wales and Wrexham on Saturday, with Hill and his side now going into games against traditional Conference giants in buoyant mood.