Bromley keep climbing National League table – Bugiel and Raymond net in win over Barrow

BY RICHARD CAWLEY

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.

Omar Bugiel heads Bromley ahead
Bromley v Barrow, National League, Hayes Lane, 13 October 2018.
Photograph by Keith Gillard
David Gregory punches clear
Bromley v Barrow, National League, Hayes Lane, 13 October 2018.
Photograph by Keith Gillard
Frankie Raymond leaps into the arms of boss Neil Smith after his winner
Bromley v Barrow, National League, Hayes Lane, 13 October 2018.
Photograph by Keith Gillard
Jack Holland barks out orders
Bromley v Barrow, National League, Hayes Lane, 13 October 2018.
Photograph by Keith Gillard
Sam Wood strikes the ball
Bromley v Barrow, National League, Hayes Lane, 13 October 2018.
Photograph by Keith Gillard
Former Millwall defender Paul Rooney in action for the Ravens
Bromley v Barrow, National League, Hayes Lane, 13 October 2018.
Photograph by Keith Gillard

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.

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


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