Cards will emerge from slump, says Dowse: “It’s full steam ahead”

WOKING boss Alan Dowson acknowledges his side are on a dismal run of form in the Vanarama National League. Without a league victory since 12 December, the Cards have slipped right out... Read more »

Local sportsmen and women who have excelled in the face of adversity

PEOPLE from the world of sport who have excelled in the face of adversity and shown inspirational leadership have been honoured despite the difficulties imposed by the coronavirus pandemic. A public ceremony... Read more »

Sports awards will honour lockdown hero

A SPECIAL category to recognise those who helped others to stay active during the pandemic has been included in the Sport Woking Awards 2020. The Active Lockdown Challenge of the Year category... Read more »

Sponsor chooses charity logo for football shirts

TEENAGE footballers are raising the profile of a charity that helps people with mental health problems. The logo of Woking Mind is on the new away shirts of the Under-16s team of... Read more »

Football prodigy Phoebe dominates in league of mostly boys

AMBITIONS are starting to come true for a footballer whose girls’ team are dominating a league in which the players are mainly boys. Phoebe Langley, from Horsell, won a place in the... Read more »

Relaxation is key, says Cards’ keeper Ross

Craig Ross has revealed the work he has put in on his mindset to keep his position as Woking’s first-choice keeper. The 30-year-old completed a clean sweep of club awards last term,... Read more »

Gordon’s golf team wins the Independent Schools Cup

A CLEAR five shot win by Gordon’s School golfers brought the Independent Schools Golf Association (ISGA) Schools Cup back to Surrey with a team score of 115. Charlie Roper shot a 57,... Read more »

Golf title won on sudden-death play-off

RYAN Griffiths won the Doresa Cup – the West Byfleet club championship – following a sudden-death three-hole play-off with Nick Flynn. A club spokesman said: “For the second year in a row, the... Read more »

Osu close to international call-up

A WOKING-born teenager is close to a first call-up to the Nigeria national team. KJ Osu, 18, started playing football as a seven-year-old for Meadow Sports in Kingfield. After a rapid rise... Read more »

Alice could score big in football TV reality show

A WOKING footballer, who plays for Fulham Ladies, is one of 31 women chosen to take part in a reality TV show in which they will compete to be in an elite... Read more »