Non-league: Dulwich dropping towards dangerzone as National South slump continues – Bromley drop points at home to Yeovil


Dulwich Hamlet are still without a National South win since the end of August after a 2-1 reverse at Oxford City.

Nana Owusu converted two penalties with Dominic Vose netting for Gavin Rose’s side.

Dulwich’s slump has seen the drop to 19th in the standings.

Bromley let a 1-0 lead slip late on to draw at home to Yeovil on Saturday.

Frankie Raymond’s 64th-minute goal put the Ravens in front at Hayes Lane. But Rhys Murphy levelled right at the death.

Bromley are second in the National League – three points behind Barrow.

Welling United lost 2-0 at Dorking Wanderers.

Tooting & Mitcham dropped to sixth in the Isthmian South Central Division after a 0-0 draw with Marlow but they have games in hand on their promotion rivals.

Cray Valley PM stay top of the Isthmian South East Division despite a 2-0 reverse at Whitehawk, who are two points behind and are a fixture behind.

Fisher lost 2-0 at Sheppey United in the SCEFL Premier Division.

The Fish were promotion contenders last season but are 15th in the table this time around.

Greenwich Borough’s Malik Ouani got a consolation as they were defeated 3-1 at home by Hollands & Blair.

Greenwich could be on course for successive relegations – they are bottom of the table and have conceded 39 goals in their 14 matches.

Martin Smith got a brace as Croydon defeated Snodland Town 2-0 in the SCEFL First Division.

Jefferson Aibangbee also scored twice to secure a 2-1 win for Forest Hill Park over Greenways.



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