By Richard Cawley
Michael Chambers is back in contention for Dulwich Hamlet’s trip to Margate tomorrow after playing an hour in a friendly against Welling United in midweek.
The former Crystal Palace defender has been out with an ankle injury.
“Michael is fit and ready to stake a claim,” said Hamlet boss Gavin Rose.
Reise Allassani came off in last weekend’s 4-3 win over Folkestone Invicta with a tight hip flexor.
Celtic were the latest club to check on the in-form attacker on Saturday. Norwich City tabled an offer for Allassani a number of weeks ago.
Tooting & Mitcham have signed Slough Town right-back Josh Jackman on dual registration forms and midfielder Ryan James from Met Police.
Striker Jake Baxter – who topped the Terrors’ scoring charts in 2015-16 but missed last season due to a knee injury – has also returned to the fold.
Tooting boss Frank Wilson said: “We feel he can put some pressure on the lads we have got in the team. Jake is a goalscorer.”
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