8 December 2023
The Cards got off to the better of starts, posing an attacking threat in the opening minutes with Scott Cuthbert heading a corner narrowly wide.
Up the other end and Jude Arthurs floated a free-kick towards the back-post where Omar Sowunmi was racing in, volleying from a tight angle into the terrace behind the goal.
With 19 minutes on the clock, Kyran Lofthouse burst forward before unleashing a strike from the edge of the box, but his strike was comfortable enough for Reice Charles-Cook to handle.
The dead-lock was eventually broken though as Charley Kendall capitalised on a goalkeeping mistake before playing it across goal to Mitchel Bergkamp who slotted into the bottom left corner.
Celebrations were cut on 42 minutes though as a Woking corner found the head of Scott Cuthbert who headed in the equaliser just seconds after a Cards penalty claim was waved away.
James Daly nearly turned the game on its head just before the break, striking wide from the edge of the box.
However, it was to be the hosts who returned to the changing rooms on top, netting through Jim Kellermann on the stroke of half-time.
Rhys Browne had two chances to put the game out of sight in the second half, including a shot against the bar from only a couple of yards out.
Browne was in the thick of it again soon after, but for all the wrong reasons as he was shown a straight red for a strong challenge on Charles-Cook.
James Daly and Lofthouse had chances in the closing stages as Woking continued to press and eventually saw out the win.
Next up for Bromley, a trip to Eastleigh on Saturday.