Bradley Bubb scored four goals as Woking thrashed Nuneaton.
Gavin McCallum's near-post shot gave the hosts the lead, while Jack Parkinson slotted home from six yards.
Bubb's first goal of the afternoon was a near-post finish and his powerful low drive made it 4-0, before Kyle Perry missed a penalty for the visitors.
The striker blasted in his hat-trick goal from inside the box and he netted number four from 12 yards, Andy Brown's close-range shot was a consolation.
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Woking manager Garry Hill told BBC Surrey:
"When a player at any level gets four goals in a game and the team wins 6-1 and he doesn't get man of the match ... well I don't know.
"That's a good problem to have and we can joke about it, but the result is pleasing of course.
"The goal at half time put us in a strong position, even more so on such a warm day, but it was nice to come in at two goals up rather than two goals down."