Recent Welling United performances have not got the results they deserved but they got their full reward with an outstanding display at Concord Rangers.

Coming into the game, Concord had only conceded twice all season, none at home, whilst Welling had struggled to turn domination into goals. That all changed at the Aspect Arena.

They got off to a bad start when John Paul Kissock went down under a heavy challenge. After extensive treatment he tried to weather on but had to give up to be replaced by David Ijaha.

Fifteen minutes had passed when Welling went ahead. A good slick passing movement ended with Danny Mills squaring unselfishly for Brendan Kiernan to slot home.

It was almost two soon after. Jack Jebb played it through to Mills. His shot was blocked out as far as Kiernan whose shot was also blocked for Gavin McCallum to fire just wide.

Kiernan thought that he had scored again when tucking home from close range but the flag had been raised against Bradley Goldberg earlier in the move.

Jack Midson hooked over from a tight angle for Concord in a rare attack but Welling finished the half strongly and increased their lead at half time.

This time Kiernan was the provider finding Jebb who picked his spot with a twenty yard shot into the bottom corner.

Eight minutes into the second half, Welling made it three, Kiernan was again involved with a pass to Goldberg who spun and fired home.

Three became four six minutes later when another flowing movement ended with McCallum breaking free. His initial shot was beaten out by Sam Beasant but it came straight back out and his follow up job gave the prone goalkeeper no chance.

Midson headed over for Concord before Welling added a fifth. Jebb sent in a low corner and Thierry Audel met it with a crisp volley that gave Beasant no chance.

Nathaniel Pinney was then introduced for his Welling league debut as Welling continued to probe.

McCallum had a shot saved before Concord finally registered their first shot on target. Danny Green let fly with a free kick but Dan Wilks watched it studiously and tipped it over. From the corner it fell to Sam Blackman but he launched it well over.

Wilks saved easily from a long range shot before McCallum had one last effort on target but it did not bother Beasant unduly.

Welling United: Wilks, Banya, Braham-Barrett, Kissock (Ijaha 7), Acheampong, Audel, Kiernan, Jebb (Mendy 71), Mills, Goldberg (Pinney 71), McCallum. Sub not used: L’Ghoul.