Wealdstone boss Dean Brennan says his side’s 3-1 home win over Dorking Wanderers on Saturday left him feeling the proudest he has been since taking over at the club.
Moses Emmanuel put the Stones in front in the first half when he curled past the goalkeeper before midfielder Connor Smith saw red for a foul on Sam Beard.
But it mattered not as Brennan’s side doubled their lead through Dennon Lewis before the wide-man found a third from the penalty spot late on after Dorking had pulled one back.
And the Stones boss praised the character of his side in the victory, telling the club: “It’s probably the proudest I’ve been so far.
“I know we won 7-0 against Bath but that’s the proudest I’ve been because of the circumstances of how the game went.”