Dulwich Hamlet’s fears of dropping into the National League South relegation zone deepened after a 2-1 defeat at Bath City on Saturday.
The defeat, a third in a row, means that Paul Barnes’ side are 18th in the table.
Concord Rangers and Chippenham Town, two of the clubs below them, both have three matches in hand and are five points behind.
Elliott Freer’s goal in the fourth minute of stoppage time denied Dulwich a share of the spoils.
Hamlet have taken four points from a possible 30.
Scott Wilson put Bath ahead at Champion Hill on the stroke of half-time, Jordan Cheadle punished after the ball got caught under his feet.
Dulwich levelled early in the second half, Frankie Raymond scoring from the penalty spot after Danny Mills was dragged down.
PICTURES: ROB AVIS
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