BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Bromley extended their unbeaten run in the National League to three matches with a 2-1 win at Yeovil Town on Tuesday night.
The Ravens are just outside the play-off zone after a successful trip to Huish Park, writes Richard Cawley.
Michael Cheek put Neil Smith’s side in front on 55 minutes as Luke Coulson picked him out to head home.
But Yeovil were level a minute later as centre-back Byron Webster was penalised for handball and Rhys Murphy beat Mark Cousins from the spot.
Cheek failed to finish from close range in the 78th minute but Bromley were celebrating when Frankie Raymond’s free-kick was looped over his own keeper by Reuben Reid.
The result ended Yeovil’s eight-game undefeated spell at home.
Bromley host Solihull Moors on Saturday.
Seventh-placed Notts County have two games in hand of Smith’s side, who are a point behind.
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