Striker Ross Lafayette was praised by Woking boss Gary Hill after making his debut during the 0-0 Vanarama Conference Premier draw against Bristol Rovers on Saturday.
The forward played 74 minutes before being replaced by ex-Town frontman Scott Rendell, as Hill told BBC Surrey: “I thought he did well, which gives us encouragement especially when we’ve had Scott Rendell out.
“It’s difficult to get a hold-up striker to replace Scott but Ross has done well and I’m happy overall.”
Andy Parry also had his first start for former club Southport, as they drew 0-0 with Chester City.
Striker Zane Banton came off the bench to score for Hemel Hempstead Town late on as they hammered Farnborough 4-1 in Conference South.
Midfielder Charlie Smith played the final six minutes as St Albans City were 2-0 winners over Concord Rangers
Mark Onyemah scored his first Hampton & Richmond goal as they defeated Harrow Borough 2-1 in the Ryman Premier Division.
Trailing 1-0, Onyemah netted on 88 minutes, with the winner coming from Matt Drage moments later.
Defender Brett Longden played the full game as Arlesey Town won 3-2 at Frome Town in their Southern League Premier Division contest.
Hatters youngster Tuki Tayali started for Barton Rovers as they beat North Greenford United 2-0 in Southern League Division One Central.
Meanwhile, young defender Lee Hawkes made his debut for AFC Kempston Rovers as they lost 2-1 at Deeping Rangers in the United Counties League Premier Division.
Striker Ekene Amadi was on the bench, but replaced Seb Simpson with 13 minutes to go.