Second half goals from Adam Coombes and Rickie Hayles secured The Wings passage into the FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round. After dominating the first period, Welling had to be patient but were rewarded with a more than workmanlike display.

Danny Waldren then hit another effort from range but his low effort went wide of the post.

Welling were restricting Eastbourne to half chances and Baptista saw an effort from range flash wide.

Welling United: Lewington, Nelson, Brown, Fuseini, Francis, Hayles, Joseph-Dubois (Walker 62), Waldren, Morgan (Johnson 71), Coombes, Della-Verde (Slabber 89). Unused Substitutes: Leacock, Agu.

The game then became ragged with more often than not attacks for both teams breaking down up and around the 18 yard box.

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16 minutes of HD highlights from last night are now on WingsTV. The full post match interviews with Mark Goldberg and man of the match Pierre Joseph-Dubois are also on WingsTV.

Welling United: Lewington, Nelson, Johnson, Fuseini, Hayles, Leacock, Joseph-Dubois (Hatton 90), Waldren, Coombes (Slabber 82), Morgan (Walker 68), Della-Verde. Unused Substitutes: Agu, Thompson-Martelly.

The Wings were now playing with confidence and Lyle Della-Verde beat Jamie Butler but saw his effort hacked away by David King on the line. The Wings headed in at half time sitting on a two nil lead.

Welling put the disappointment of Saturday behind them to record their first home win and indeed first home points of the season. In doing so the Wings hauled themselves off the bottom and out of the relegation zone.

You can pop over to our Facebook page to see the full interview with captain and man of the match Danny Waldren. We will catch up with Mark Goldberg during the week and get  his views on the FA Cup game plus next Saturday’s match at Poole..

Welling has a refurbished reference and lending library with an IT educational and training room, free use of internet and toilets, a Masonic Hall, a Snooker Hall, Bellegrove Social Club and a Salvation Army Chapel.

The lead only lasted five minutes, Ali Fuseini was bundled over 25 yards from goal. Adam Coombes stepped up, and  arrowed the free kick into the top corner, it was a stunning strike and that is now 4 goals in 2 games for The Wings striker.

Visit the Wings two refurbished bars for pre match refreshments, Real Ale will be available along with a full range of Beers and ciders as well as soft drinks and hot food will be on sale from the upstairs lounge, kick off is 7:45pm.

Welling let slip a 2-0 lead in National League South on Saturday.

Welling could and should have doubled their lead just two minutes later. Joseph-Dubois caught Jack Kelly in possession but and broke free he too went for a chipped effort but the ball sailed over the bar.

They should have taken the lead shortly after. Having hit Welling on the counter. attack Sam Corcoran was played in on goal but instead of going for power he opted to chip Lewington which gifted Nelson an easy clearance of the line.

Welling were keeping Colquhoun busy as the stopper saved from the lively Coombes before producing an even better save from Della-Verde who looked destined to score.

Eastbourne gave Welling a warning shot when Miguel Baptista burst clear only for brave keeping from Chris Lewington to block his shot.

Dartford could and arguably should have been ahead as early as the 3rd minute. Luke Wanadio dashed down the flank before crossing for Ellis Brown who looked certain to guide the ball home only for him to spoon his effort over the bar, it was a let off for the Wings.

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Whyteleafe were struggling to get a grip on the game but they did have a half chance as Sam Clayton struck his free kick directly into the Welling wall before smashing the rebound over the bar.

HD match highlights will follow on Sunday on WingsTV, For all the latest from Park View Road join WingsTV here http://www.wellingunited.com/wp/wings-tv/ WingsTV brings supporters HD highlights home and away, full post match interviews with the management and players plus weekly training ground videos.

A major upgrade of paving and street lighting was completed in the autumn of 2005. The retention or removal of a section of westbound bus lane from Welling High Street became one of the few specific local issues on which the main political parties disagreed in the approach to the local Bexley Council elections held on 4 May 2006. The incoming Conservative administration immediately revoked the bus lane.

Welling looked at sixes and sevens defensively and Hemel almost took the lead shortly after. Robinson shooting just wide.

But with time ticking Welling secured there passage to the next round. On the stroke of full time, another Della-Verde corner was met this time by Rickie Hayles who headeded home unchallenged. Much to the delight of the travelling Welling fans.

The post match interviews with Mark Goldberg and Jordan Brown are now on WingsTV after the Wings snatched defeat from the jaws of victory at home to Hemel Hempstead and surrendered a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2.

Welling made the visitors pay for that miss as in the 11th minute Pierre Joseph-Dubois skipped free down the wing before squaring for Dean Morgan to tap home for a well worked goal.

Welling return to Park View Road on Saturday against Hemel Hemsptead looking to improve their home form where they are yet to pick up a point.

Welling started to get on top again and Butler did well to save from Coombes.

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The Age Concern pop-in parlour on Bellegrove road closed in May 2012 and is now based in the nearby Salvation Army Chapel (once a week meetings). The former parlour is now Sevil's Boutique.

Over 18 minutes of HD highlights from the Wings cruising through in the FA Cup yesterday are now on WIngsTV. The Wings had shot after shot and bossed the game but had to wait till the second half to turn chances into goals.

Before opening of the Bexleyheath Line on 1 May 1895,[1] Welling was a village on the main road from London into Kent (Watling Street). It had been a traditional staging post for coaches; the presence of three inns along the main road is the result of that.[specify]

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Several licensed mini cab companies are based in Welling.

Staff may not always be available during staffing times to provide assistance and booking assistance, if required,in advance is advised although not compulsory

Welling railway station serves the area with half an hour trains to London Bridge, London Cannon Street, London Charing Cross, London Victoria, London Waterloo East, Barnehurst and Dartford.

After this Whyteleafe had their best spell of the match with Lewington making two fine saves, low down to his right.