Farnborough 1-4 Wealdstone
Wealdstone attained two of Gordon Bartlett's targets for the rest of the season after beating Farnborough.
The Stones boss wanted his side to break the 50 point barrier after securing survival and victory assured they did this.
Bartlett is demanding his side win more games than they lose and they now have a 13-12-12 record with three games remaining.
Having a positive goal difference is also a target and the three goals added has now taken that to an even zero.
Jefferson Louis blitzed the home side out of sight hitting the net twice in the first seven minutes and then claimed his first Stones hat-trick on the stroke of half time.
The second half was only three minutes old when Scott McGleish headed home from a Matt Ball corner and then the game petered out as a spectacle but there was time for some petulance from the home side as the experienced Jamie Hand was sent off for a second bookable offence.
White did grab a late, late consolation for Boro from a flowing move but by then the game was well and truly lost.
Bartlett said: "We set ourselves a target of achieving 50 points and we have now exceeded that and we are now only two points behind Ebbsfleet.
"We dominated completely in the first half but were sloppy in the second as we became too comfortable; we will push on and aim to finish as high as possible."
Luke O’Nien will be ruled out of Easter Monday’s big clash at The Vale with Ebbsfleet with a nasty looking shoulder injury.
Better news though is that Scott Davies should be available on Monday following his foot problem sustained against Gosport three weeks ago but fellow midfielder Mickey Corcoran, absent on Saturday is side-lined with a hamstring.