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0-1 Half Time. Dan Wilks made 2 great saves.

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0-1 Full Time. Great result, well played Wings!

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Well done to the management and team, great 3 points.



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Atrocious conditions for football but what a great performance. RCN got a blatant elbow - shocking, even Dulwich subbed Ijaha  as they knew he would go otherwise. 

Atmosphere at the end of the game was only bettered by Wilks. He was outstanding in goal today, so many crucial saves. 



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What can you say, atrocious conditions but three very valuable points. Wilkes was outstanding MOM today without any argument. Things are looking much better now, but we mustnt take our foot of the peddle.

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Ive only seen one better keeper than Wilks at Welling Utd. Butcher. Wilks is running him very close now. Hes the best in this league from what Ive seen.

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Top of the form table too.

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Atrocious conditions for football but what a great performance. RCN got a blatant elbow - shocking, even Dulwich subbed Ijaha  as they knew he would go otherwise. 

Atmosphere at the end of the game was only bettered by Wilks. He was outstanding in goal today, so many crucial saves. 


 Was it Ijaha who elbowed Romoney? It was certainly him who went through Cameron James after a series of fouls starting in the third second.



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A superb effort from everyone in a Wings shirt today. Credit especially to Dan Wilks who pulled off some incredible saves in awful conditions and Harold Joseph who dealt with a couple of big forwards and bossed the defence

Onto Dulwich themselves..... a very strange ground full of people who don't even watch the game. RCN gets a clear elbow in the face and the current expected outcome is that he has a fractured cheekbone or eye socket. The linesman when questioned why he hasn't seen the incident 15 yards in front of him decides to laugh! I would be very disappointed if I were a Dulwich fan who train full time and pay big wages to be served up mediocre footbal

A well deserved hard fought victory for the Wings. Onwards and upwards!

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Atrocious conditions for football but what a great performance. RCN got a blatant elbow - shocking, even Dulwich subbed Ijaha  as they knew he would go otherwise. 

Atmosphere at the end of the game was only bettered by Wilks. He was outstanding in goal today, so many crucial saves. 


 Was it Ijaha who elbowed Romoney? It was certainly him who went through Cameron James after a series of fouls starting in the third second.


 I thought it was Mills



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Ive only seen one better keeper than Wilks at Welling Utd. Butcher. Wilks is running him very close now. Hes the best in this league from what Ive seen.


 Hampton's on Tuesday, on loan from Crystal Palace was good. Dan Wilks today was brilliant. 



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Not too sure to be honest. Hard to see anything from the terraces and in that weather. They certainly had a few challenges flying in from several players. 



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Thoroughly enjoyed that today. A most satisfying win and a real dig deep performance. Will be having a picnic to celebrate. Certainly got our welling back now. Wilks immense and credit to everyone. COYW

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Well done the team. What a transformation it has been the last 5 weeks.

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Super late run from RCN for the goal, BQ's reaction to which was wonderful - quickest I think I've ever seen a gaffer move.

Best wishes to Rom on his injury recovery - not too good reports from those around me who witnessed him walking back round.



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Super late run from RCN for the goal, BQ's reaction to which was wonderful - quickest I think I've ever seen a gaffer move.

Best wishes to Rom on his injury recovery - not too good reports from those around me who witnessed him walking back round.


 Fractured cheekbone according to Anthony Cook's tweet. Hopefully, not a serious one that will keep him out for long.



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It was Mullings who elbowed RCN.

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