Non-league round-up: Bromley beat Fylde but Dulwich Hamlet’s winless run continues

BY RICHARD CAWLEY
richard@slpmedia.co.uk

Bromley moved into mid-table in the National League with a 3-2 win over Fylde at Hayes Lane on Saturday.

The Ravens fell behind on nine minutes as Danny Rowe drove past goalkeeper David Gregory at the near post.

The hosts were level on 25 minutes. Jack Holland’s close-range shot appeared to deflect off JJ Hooper.

Sunderland scores from the spot to make it 2-1

Bromley almost instantly made it 2-1. George Porter was tripped by Jordan Tunnicliffe in the penalty area and Frankie Sutherland sent Fylde stopper Jay Lynch the wrong way.

The visitors squared things up again on 58 minutes through Arthur Gnahoua.

Gnahoura levels the scores at 2-2

Lynch pulled off a fine save to keep out a Richard Brindley free-kick.

Fylde were forced to finish the match with 10 men after Mason Bloomfield was stretchered off and they had already made all their substitutions.

Bromley made that numerical advantage tell as Hooper finished off a Raymond pass.

JJ Hooper scores goal number 3

Dulwich Hamlet suffered a third straight National League South defeat as they were beaten 2-0 at Champion Hill by Bath City.

A Frankie Jones own goal and Hady Ghandour was on target as Tooting & Mitcham won 2-0 at Chalfont St Peter in the Isthmian League South Central Division.

Fisher stayed top of the SCEFL Premier Division table – but only on goal difference – after a 1-1 draw at Deal Town. Luke Haidarovic levelled 10 minutes from time.

Anh-War Tran-West and Malik Nosike netted as Croydon won 2-1 against Glebe. AFC Croydon Athletic lost 2-1 at home to K Sports with Jamie Thoroghgood notching.

Forest Hill Park were 6-2 victors over Rochester United in SCEFL Division One. Kam Pope-Campbell claimed a hat-trick with James Shields, Ishmael Ishamail and Akin Lawal scoring as well.

Tom Scorer and Josh Hastings earned Kennington a 2-1 victory FC Elmstead.

Lewisham Borough lost 4-1 at Stansfeld. Fred Agyemang got their goal.

Photographs by Keith Gillard

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