AFC Telford 2
HAT-TRICK hero Bradley Bubb helped see Woking over the 50 point line in a game that threatened to turn sour.
Bubb fired Woking into a third minute lead before a Jayden Stockley strike doubled Cards’ advantage.
Bubb struck again before the break to the hosts a seemingly insurmountable three goal cushion but goals from Steve Jones and Aaron Williams meant Woking were sweating heading into time added on.
It all looked too close for comfort until Telford keeper Ryan Young fouled Jack Parkinson and Bubb completed his hat-trick from the spot.
Kevin Betsy added a coat of gloss to the score line when he intercepted a back pass and rounded Young to make it five and wrap up all three points.
Hill was thrilled to see his side smash the 50 points barrier which he believes will keep them in the division.
“That’s what me and Steve Thompson set out as number one,” explained Hill. “It is a good achievement there is no doubt about that.
“It’s guaranteed us going forward to next year and there’s still nine games to play so another 27 points on offer.”
“We made hard work of it. I can’t be too disappointed because we’ve got three points and five goals but we’ve played better this season and not got points out of matches.
“At the end of the day it’s a results business and we got what we needed.”