Non-league round-up: Wins from Bromley and Dulwich Hamlet as they climb away from trouble

BY RICHARD CAWLEY
richard@slpmedia.co.uk

Omar Bugiel and Frankie Raymond were on target for Bromley as they beat Barrow 2-1 in the National League on Saturday.

The result moves Neil Smith’s side up to 16th in the table. They have won three of their last four – a significant upturn since a 5-0 mauling at Solihull Moors towards the end of September.

Gregory clears a shot

Bugiel headed home in the seventh minute. He had a good chance early in the second half to make it two, but headed George Porter’s cross into the arms of Andrew Firth.

Erico De Sousa produced a 20-yard strike past Ravens keeper David Gregory to bring Barrow back into the contest at Hayes Lane.

Frankie Raymond

Raymond’s 74th-minute free-kick crept into the bottom corner to seal the three points for the hosts.

Dulwich Hamlet put significant daylight between themselves and the bottom three in National South after a 2-1 win at Hungerford Town.

Ogedi-Uzokwe

Nathan Green and Kingsley Eshun scored in the second half as Gavin Rose’s side moved 11 points clear of the relegation zone.

Tooting & Mitcham lost 3-0 at Cheshunt in the Isthmian League South Central Division.

Greenwich Borough were 4-1 winners over Egham Town in the FA Trophy. Kayne Roberts, Teshuane Tyreece Roberts, Reece Deakin and Ryan King-Elliott all netted in the second half.

Fisher thumped Glebe 4-0 and are third in the SCEFL Premier Division. Rob Brown (2), Matthieu Ramsamy and Luke Haidorovic were on the target.

AFC Croydon were 3-0 winners over Fareham Town in the FA Vase. Rob Carter netted in the first half with late goals from Emanuel Oloyede and Jon Paolluccio.

Lewisham Borough boosted their hopes of climbing clear of the SCEFL First Division drop fight as they won 4-1 at fellow strugglers Snodland Town.

Kelvin Adjei, Marcus Castano, Adam Thompson and Sean Agun were all on the scoresheet.

Photos by Keith Gillard

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