Wealdstone captain Jack Cook admitted he was delighted to hit the 100-game mark for the club - especially with a midweek win over Woking at Grosvenor Vale.

Cook reached the landmark as Stones claimed a 1-0 victory over his former club, thanks to Sam Bowen's 16th-minute effort.

It was only a second win in eight matches for Stuart Maynard's men, but will have given them a boost ahead of their home game against Oldham Athletic on Saturday.

And Cook told the club's social media: "I didn't actually know it was my 100th appearance until someone said in the changing room after, so delighted for that.

"Hundred games have been fantastic, it's a great club to play for, so absolutely delighted to have 100 appearances but also to get the win in the end against an ex team as well which is always nice.

"The first season I was here was probably my best season I've had. There was plenty of good performances in that, although the team didn't necessarily finish as high as we wanted to that season.

"It probably was because of the 100 games fell into place and then beating my old team, so I'll take it.

"It's been brilliant, in almost two and a half years to have 100 appearances is incredible.

"Good to not have many injuries so touch wood I manage to avoid that the rest of the time I'm playing for this club, 100 more to go."

Stones had been left empty-handed at the weekend after a 3-2 defeat at Chesterfield, where Kyle Smith and Sean Adarkwa were on target.

And first-team coach Craig Saunders said getting three points against Woking was the main thing, as they moved up to xth in the National League table.

"Was it pretty? No. Was it how we want to win games? No," he said.

"What matters at the end of the day is we got three points on the board, that's only a good thing.

"As a spectacle it wasn't great, it's not how we really want to play, but sometimes you have to dig in and get results different ways, today was one of them.

"We've cut out mistakes, we've kept a clean sheet, and as much as people will recognise Woking are missing a few players, we've got four or five out ourselves.

"Tahvon Campbell, Max Kretzschmar, Charlie Barker is suspended, Luke Gray is injured. Tarryn [Allarakhia] is on the bench last minute, he's come through a fitness test. You've got five players that potentially start in your strongest XI."