Non-league round-up: Tooting & Mitcham dump Dorking Wanderers out of FA Cup while Dulwich and Welling dish out thrashings

BY RICHARD CAWLEY
richard@slpmedia.co.uk

Tooting & Mitcham booked their place in the FA Cup third qualifying round with a 1-0 victory over Dorking Wanderers on Saturday.

Danny Bassett’s sixth goal of the season saw the South London club, unbeaten in Isthmian League South Central Division, pull off a fine upset.

Their Surrey opponents are fourth in National League South but fell at the first hurdle.

Tooting’s Sol Patterson-Bohner was shown a second yellow card for dissent but the hosts defeated opposition from two divisions above them for the first time since a 3-1 victory over Bishop’s Stortford in 2014.

Danny Mills and Nyren Clunis both bagged two goals as Dulwich Hamlet progressed with a 6-1 thrashing of Bognor Regis Town. Quade Taylor and Adam Yussuff also scored in front of a crowd of 1,689 at Champion Hill.

Welling United destroyed Chipstead 7-0 in the FA Cup.

The Wings goals came from Adam Coombes (two), Bradley Goldberg (two), Anthony Cook, Danny Waldren and Jack Jebb.

Balham lost 5-3 at home to Royston Town to exit the tournament. Tom Lanek Reid, Jack Robinson and Piers Oldland netted.

Bromley moved top of the National League after a 2-1 home win over Notts County – 3,122 packing into Hayes Lane.

Charlton loanee Alfie Doughty put them ahead in the third minute but it took a Sam Slocombe own goal to settle the contest.

Struggling Fisher lost 1-0 at Hollands & Blair in the SCEFL Premier Division. Sheppey United walloped AFC Croydon 6-0 while Greenwich Borough slipped to a 3-2 home defeat to Beckenham Town, Kemo Darboe getting both their goals.

Brandon Taverner struck the winner as Kennington defeated Snodland Town in the SCEFL First Division.

Bruce Muchenje and Tyrell Thomas scored for Lewisham Borough as they drew 2-2 at Rusthall.

Kennington lost 4-3 at SC Thamesmead. Joe Fisher and Rob Greenfield both converted penalties with Charlie Own also netting.

Croydon won 3-2 against Lydd Town – Andy Somo (two) and Richard Pingling scoring.

PICTURES BY KEITH GILLARD

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