DAN Smith netted an added-time winner as Eastleigh clinched a 2-1 victory at Woking in the penultimate game of the National League season. 

It was a good time for the 22-year-old striker to bag his first of the season for the Spitfires, after Danny Whitehall had opened the scoring with a lob in the second-half. 

Woking’s Moussa Diarra had earlier almost put his side ahead but his close-range volley struck the post five minutes before the break as the scores remained level at half-time.

Jack Roles found the top corner from range to level the scores soon after the deadlock had been broken, and looked to have shared the spoils. 

Woking had been reduced to 10 men at the start of added time, Jamar Loza seeing red for an off-the-ball incident, and the Spitfires made the advantage count. 

The win, Eastleigh’s 12th of the campaign, leaves them in 19th place and 11 points ahead of relegated King’s Lynn Town. 

Veteran goalkeeper Ross Flitney was playing his 226th game for Eastleigh, with number one stopper Joe McDonnell on an emergency loan at Solihull Moors. 

Eastleigh finish their season with a visit from Grimsby Town to the Silverlake Stadium, next Sunday.

Spitfires: Flitney; Camp, Willson, Boyce, Harper; Hollands, Silva, Hesketh (Smart, 61); Smith, Barnett (Pitman, 82), Whitehall (Simpson, 86).

Subs: Bragg, Yang.