Stockport County 0
ADAM DOYLE glanced home an 85th-minute winner as Cards made it back-to-back victories and clean sheets in the Blue Square Premier.
The defender’s header five minutes from time kept Garry Hill’s men on the road to recovery, ensuring they followed up the midweek victory at Lincoln with another three points.
Brett Williams could have put Woking in control as early as the second minute but a rasping drive cannoned back off the underside of the bar.
The Reading loanee then blazed well over with the goal at his mercy and it looked as if the Cards, for all their productivity in the final third, would fail to find the crucial goal.
But with time ticking away Doyle popped up to lift his side back into the top half of the table.
Hill said: “We are starting to realise that we have to do the ugly side of the game.
“We’ve had to work hard and sort a few things out this week but I’m well chuffed.
“It was a result we thoroughly deserved – I don’t think any club at any level can come off a result like we did last Saturday and get the two results that we’ve got.”
Pick up Thursday’s News & Mail for full reaction and report.