BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe’s 12th-minute goal secured Bromley a 1-0 win at Maidstone United in the National League.
The Ravens’ fourth victory of the campaign lifts them to 16th in the table, six points clear of the drop zone.
Ogedi-Uzokwe is on loan from Colchester and has five goals for the South London outfit.
“I’ve known Junior for a couple of years and he is just producing what we know he can,” said Bromley manager Neil Smith. “I hope Colchester leave him with us for a little bit, leave him alone.
“The boys were brilliant. We worked from Monday to Friday to prep ourselves. We knew it was a difficult game. They have got some big boys up front and are very direct. But, to a man, everyone was amazing.
“The last week-and-a-half to two weeks, the boys have shown their commitment to the club and to the manager.”
Lexus Beeden, Razzaq Coleman and Danny Bassett were on target for Tooting & Mitcham as they won 3-1 at home to Hertford Town in the Isthmian League South Central Division, halting a run of three successive losses.
The Terrors climb to 15th in the standings.
Greenwich Borough have been promotion contenders in the previous two seasons but look set for a battle to stay in the Isthmian League South East Division as they lost 2-0 at Whitstable Town on Saturday.
Stuart West and Stephen Smith netted in the final 24 minutes as the home side triumphed at The Belmont Ground.
Fisher were 4-1 victors over K Sports in the SCEFL Premier Division. Mathieu Ramsamy, Tunde Aderonmu, Chandler Kasai and Rob Brown notched for the Fish, who are 10th in the table.
Malik Nosike got a brace for Croydon, who lost 5-2 at Canterbury City.
AFC Croydon endured a miserable trip to Sheppey United as they were thrashed 4-0.
Former Charlton striker Kevin Lisbie scored a hat-trick for Cray Valley as they hammered Hollands & Blair 7-1.
Lewisham Borough slipped up at home to Lydd Town in the SCEFL First Division and are only kept off bottom spot by Phoenix Sports Reserves.
Catford-based Forest Hill Park won 2-1 at SC Thamesmead with Jon Burtonshaw and Dewain West registering in each half.
Kennington drew 2-2 at Bridon Ropes – fighting back from 2-0 down in the final five minutes. Sam Conlon cut the deficit before a 90th-minute leveller from George Latham.
Image by Keith Gillard
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