Barry Ashby took charge of Welling in the absence of Jamie Day
Blue Square Bet South leaders Welling United extended their lead at the top to five points by beating Woking 3-2.
Ben Martin gave Welling the lead early while captain Jack Parkinson scored the second and third for the Wings' sixth straight win.
Dover won 3-2 at Chelmsford, Bromley also won but Dartford and Tonbridge lost while Cray won in Ryman Premier.
Maidstone striker Shaun Welford scored five in their 9-0 win over Corinthian in the FA cup.
The Wings' victory was their sixth in a row and was done without manager Jamie Day, who was out of the country at a wedding, leaving assistant Barry Ashby to take charge.
Ashby told BBC Radio Kent: "If anyone had said at the start of August the points tally we'd have a month later we would have bitten your hand up. We'll take every game as it comes though.
"I know people are going to say we're talking it down. We can win it but there are four or five other teams who can also say we can win it. We've just got to carry on doing the right things," he said.
Parkinson was reluctant to take all the credit for his role in the side despite scoring twice.
He said: "We're more than chuffed. To walk off with three points and two goals for myself, me and all the boys are happy. Today was a matter of turning up and treating it like another game and we've done that."
"It's a big result in the dressing room but it's too early to say it's a big result in the season."
Dover Athletic kicked off 40 minutes after their rivals, firstly due to being a part of non league ground hop day, where fans were encouraged to watch three games in three different divisions in the same day, and then crowd congestion delaying the game.
They then beat Chelmsford 3-2 with goals from Harry Baker, George Purcell and Billy Bricknell against his former club.
Dartford's 3-2 defeat at Basingstoke was their first defeat of the season but still leaves them inside the top three in the table, while Tonbridge's defence was once again exposed as they lost 5-1 to Farnborough. It means they've conceded fifteen goals in their first four home games.
Cray Wanderers are third in Ryman Premier after a 3-0 win over East Thurrock.
Speaking after their third straight win, boss Ian Jenkins said: "It's brilliant, the squad is fantastic at the moment, it's young, it's got enthusiasm and it's given me a new lease of life."
Maidstone United brushed aside any worries of an FA Cup upset at Kent League side Corinthian. The Stones won 9-0 with Shaun Welford scoring five of them.
Hythe Town, who reached the first round proper last year, moved a step nearer to repeating the feat with a 1-0 win at Chessington and Hook.
Canterbury City are the new Kent League leaders. They beat Greenwich 2-0 while the rest of the division were playing in the FA Cup. Bly Spartans made it five wins out of five at the top of the Kent Invicta League as they won 2-1 at Phoenix Sports, while Bredhurst Juniors remain top of the Kent County League following their goalless draw at Tudor Sports.
Saturday 3 September 2011
Blue Square Bet South Basingstoke Town 3-2 Dartford Chelmsford City 2-3 Dover Athletic Eastleigh 0-2 Bromley Tonbridge Angels 1-5 Farnborough Welling United 3-2 Woking
Ryman Premier Division Cray Wanderers 3-0 East Thurrock Horsham 1-2 Margate
FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round Beckenham Town 3-1 Walton Casuals Chatham Town 1-0 Croydon Athletic Chessington/Hook 0-1 Hythe Town Corinthian 0-9 Maidstone United Erith Town 2-0 South Park Folkestone Invicta 2-2 Whyteleafe Herne Bay 3-0 Deal Town Lordswood 0-1 VCD Athletic Raynes Park Vale 0-1 Faversham Town Sevenoaks Town 1-3 Redhill Sittingbourne 2-1 Peacehaven/Telscombe Thamesmead Town 3-0 Burgess Hill Town Walton/Hersham 3-1 Tunbridge Wells Whitehawk 0-0 Ramsgate Whitstable Town 1-3 Worthing
Kent Hurlimann League Premier Division Cray Valley 1-2 Woodstock Park Greenwich Borough 1-2 Canterbury City
Kent Invicta League Bearsted 4-0 Crockenhill Hollands/Blair 3-0 Orpington Lydd Town 2-2 Meridian Phoenix Sports 1-2 Bly Spartans Rusthall 0-1 Woodstock Park Seven Acre 1-1 Ashford Town Sutton Athletic 0-0 Erith/Dartford Town
Haart of Kent County League Premier Division APM Contrast 2-0 Greenways Charlton Ath Comm 4-2 Tonbridge Invicta Eltham Palace 0-2 Bromley Green Farnborough 2-0 Snodland Fleet Leisure 5-0 Staplehurst Stansfeld 1-0 Sheerness East Tudor Sports 0-0 Bredhurst
Division One Fleetdown 1-3 Kennington Forest Hill Park 1-1 Belvedere Milton/Fulston 0-6 Sheppey United New Romney 3-0 AFC Sevenoaks Otford 1-3 Metrogas Saga Sports 0-3 Hildenborough
Division Two AFC Mottingham 3-1 Phoenix Academy Bexley 1-0 Parkwood Rangers Blackheath United 2-3 Lanes End Broadstairs 2-0 Guru Nanak Deal Town Rangers 1-4 Swale United Dulwich Village 3-3 Crofton Albion Greenhill 0-4 Sevenoaks FC Hadlow Evolution 1-5 Malgo Halls 4-1 Bexley Borough Holland Sports 2-5 Bexlians Larkfield 3-1 Platt United NK Aces 3-2 Borden Village Tenterden 2-5 Hawkenbury
Sunday 4 September
FA Cup Preliminary Round Lingfield v Fisher Erith/Belvedere v Selsey
Tuesday 6 September
FA Cup Preliminary Round Replay Ramsgate v Whitehawk Whyteleafe v Folkestone
Kent Hurlimann League Premier Division Fisher v Holmesdale
Wednesday 7 September
Ryman Division One South
Maidstone United v Sittingbourne
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