National League South leaders Wealdstone continued to lead the way after a 3-1 win against Dorking Wanderers on Saturday.

Goals from Moses Emmanuel and Dennon Lewis had the Stones in front at the break.

Guiseppe Sole pulled one back for Dorking on 74 minutes, but a penalty from Lewis four minutes from time wrapped up the victory.

Dean Brennan made one change to the side that beat Billericay Town two weeks ago, as Michael Phillips returned in place of Ashley Charles.

Emmanuel netted after two minutes although it as ruled out for offside, but he made amends later in the half as he latched onto a through ball and finished past Slav Huk.

The Stones were then reduced to 10 men as Connor Smith was shown a straight red for his foul on Sam Beard, but a minute before the break, their lead was doubled when Lewis lashed home.

Wanderers found a way back into the game with 16 minutes to go when substitute Sole drove home a free-kick from the edge of the area.

However, a foul from Edward Harris on Ross Lafayette saw Dorking reduced to 10 men and the Stones awarded a penalty late on, which Lewis converted to wrap up the points.

Next up for Wealdstone is the visit of Chelmsford City tonight at 7.45pm.