Reise Allassani made his debut for Woking on the weekend and it was the perfect start for the winger at Kingfield Stadium.
Having started the game from the off, Allassani made his mark on the game in the 76th minute, when he found the bottom corner from just inside the box.
Reise’s finish doubled Woking’s lead against Weston-Super-Mare and proved to be the winner, when the visitors pegged one back late on.
Elsewhere, Bouwe Bosma and Salisbury FC, as they rescued a point late on away from home against the Met Police.
Bosma saw out the full 90 minutes and played his part in proceedings as Steve Claridge’s Salisbury equalised late on.
In Scotland, Tony Andreu and Hamilton Academical fell to a 2-0 defeat to Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership this past weekend.
Tony was replaced in the 74th minute, as he was unable to prevent Hamilton coming away with anything in the game against Hibs, in which former Sky Blues striker Marc McNulty was on target.
In League Two and Callum Maycock returned to action for Macclesfield Town against Colchester United at the Moss Rose Stadium.
Maycock was brought on in the 61st minute as the Silkmen were pegged back in the game against Colchester and had to settle for a 1-1 draw.
Finally, Wrexham made it back to back wins under Bryan Hughes as they won 3-2 against Havant & Waterlooville, a game which Stuart Beavon didn’t feature