IFFY ALLEN scored thirteen minutes from time to give Dulwich Hamlet a superb win at National League South leaders Woking.
Substitute Allen – a free-transfer signing in the summer after being released by Bromley – picked up possession just inside Woking’s half before advancing and curling home beyond goalkeeper Herbert Schotterl.
Woking had been unbeaten at home this season, and are still top of the table by two points, while Gavin Rose’s Hamlet move five points clear of the relegation zone after their second away win of the campaign.
In front of an attendance of 1,859 – including 167 Rabble fans – Michael Chambers nodded the visitors in front from Dominic Vose’s corner in just the third minute.
Hamlet’s defence was superb, but in the 70th minute the Cards levelled through Harvey Bradbury.
But seven minutes later, Allen ran at the Woking defence and then fired a brilliant low shot in off the far post.