Whitehawk's dreams of playing in the Vanarama National League were shattered today as they lost 2-1 at Boreham Wood in the Conference South play-off final.

Junior Morias blasted hosts Boreham Wood into the fifth tier with a strike just two minutes into extra-time after the game had finished 1-1 after 90 minutes.

Wood's top scorer Lee Angol gave the hosts the lead in the 65th minute when he placed a free-kick from a yard outside the area into the bottom corner.

Angol had won the free-kick after he was hauled back by Osei Sankofa.

It was only the hosts' second effort on target.

But Hawks levelled in the 81st minute after John-Paul Kissock was tripped breaking into the area on the right by fullback Ben Herd and Sam Deering powered his penalty past James Russell.

Sankofa missed a great chance to grab the victory in normal time when a Jake Robinson shot was parried but he fired over with the goal gaping.

The first half was a tense affair with few chances for either side.

Angol placed a free-kick over the bar from 30 yards and also blazed wide after a run from half way just before the break.

Josh Hill also found the side netting when he arrived at the far post from a free-kick whole Hawks' best chances fell to Sankofa, who headed wide, and also Danny Mills with another glancing header.

And the second half saw few clear cut openings although Robinson wasted a chance on the counter attack when he placed a shot too close to the home keeper.

Extra-time was much more open as Hawks pushed for a leveller after the early sucker punch but Ahmed Abdulla's long range strike was the nearest they came to scoring.