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INTERVIEW: Garry Hill's 'avin a party!

INTERVIEW: Garry Hill's 'avin a party!
A delighted Garry Hill told BBC Surrey that he'd 'steam a few lagers down' in celebration of Cameron Norman's injury time winner at Forest Green which gave Woking their first win in over three months.

It was 98 days since Woking's last triumph - a 3-1 win at Wrexham on January 9th - and if a win was ever going to come with four games remaining, it seemed unlikely the Cards would get anything at second place Forest Green.

And when Kieffer Moore gave the hosts the lead in the 10th minute, it seemed even more unlikely. However, Daniel Carr converted a second half penalty following a foul on Bruno Andrade and Norman bagged the winner in the 92nd minute in front of the joyous Woking fans.

After the match Hill spoke to BBC Surrey's Gary Smith. You can listen to the interview here:

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Writer:Cardinal Red
Date:Sunday April 17 2016
Time: 5:44PM

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