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Salisbury City 2-0 Woking

Salisbury moved up into the play-off places as second-half goals from Clovis Kamdjo and Angus MacDonald earned them victory over Woking.

Woking's Jack Marriott hit the post in the first half with a well-struck effort from the edge of the box.

But it was the hosts who went ahead when Kamdjo got on the end of a pull-back from Elliott Frear on 64 minutes.

Marriott again went close for Woking but MacDonald settled the game with a superb 30-yard free-kick.

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Woking manager Garry Hill told BBC Surrey:

Garry Hill

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Post-match: Woking manager Hill

"Their goal was against the run of play and it was a case that we had a gamble by trying to get the equalising goal - their second has ended up in the back of the net.

"Against a side who are going very well in the league, I can't have too many complaints.

"They are a top-seven team and personally I think we have under achieved in a big way this year."

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