Woking 2-3 Tamworth

George Baldock scored the clincher as Tamworth ended Woking's four-match unbeaten run.

Tommy Wright gave the visitors the lead from close range and Adrian Cunnington made it 2-0 with a powerful shot that beat Woking keeper Aaron Howe.

Kevin Betsy pounced on a rebound from Gavin McCallum's shot to pull a goal back for the home side.

Baldock restored Tamworth's two-goal cushion before Mike Cestor grabbed a late consolation for the Cardinals.

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Woking manager Garry Hill told BBC Surrey:

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Woking looked tired admits Hill

"I am starting to see some jadiness in some of the players and people appreciate we are part-time. It is a full-time league and we've seen over the last game that we look tired.

"We found ourselves 2-0 down at half-time and with a mountain to climb and we didn't get going and whoever you play against you can't turn round and not start well and get a result.

"Whoever we play against it always going to be tough and we gave ourselves too much to do."

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