Paris Lock received Dover Athletic’s man of the match award at the weekend, after the latest in a string of impressive performances for the Kent club.
The forward has impacted every game for the Whites since he joined on loan last month and Saturday was no exception, as he completed another 90 minutes. Paris received 45 per cent of the overall online vote for the accolade.
As for the game itself, second bottom Dover claimed a point as they fought back for a 2-2 draw with second place Taunton Town at The Crabble, in their efforts to pull away from the foot of the table.
Midfielder Morgan Williams made his Woking debut, coming on at the start of the second half, in the 2-0 defeat at home to Southend United in the National League.
“Naturally I’m disappointed regarding the result,” said Morgan. “On a personal note, it was good to be out there and put in a positive first performance for Woking and I can now use that to build on.”
“For me, it’s all about bringing more to the team and to help them keep pushing on and getting the results we’re capable of. I’m excited for the next month here and I’ll use the time to keep learning and experience new challenges, so that when I return to Wimbledon I’m in an even better place out there on the pitch.”
Defender Ben Mason also came on as a substitute, but slightly earlier after 26 minutes, for Braintree Town, in their 1-1 draw at home to Bath City in National League South.
Defender Ethan Sutcliffe and forward Quaine Bartley were both unused substitutes for King's Lynn Town, who lost 3-1 at home to Buxton in National League North.
Corinthian-Casuals didn’t play at the weekend, but attacking midfielder Marcel Campbell could figure tomorrow night. The Tolworth-based club entertain our neighbours Raynes Park Vale in the Isthmian South Central at King George’s Field.
Saturday’s game at Dens Park was due to bring together striker Zach Robinson and defender Will Nightingale, but a waterlogged pitch resulted in Dundee’s Scottish Premiership match with Ross County being called off.
Photos: Steve Johnson (Dover Athletic) and Pro Sports Images.