U23s: 6-2 win over Woking

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Our Professional Development squad beat Woking U23s 6-2 on Friday evening under the lights at Hayes Lane.

A handful of first-team players featured, gaining vital minutes in the tank ahead of the FA Cup tie with Sutton United next Saturday.

Ben Allen secured a hat-trick on the night with James Alabi, Taylor Maloney and Harry Pointing also scoring in the win.

Also featuring on the night were Academy scholars Liam Vincent and Ryan McCourt.

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