Dulwich Hamlet lost 4-1 at Maidstone United on Saturday – with Michael Chambers picking up an early injury.
The centre-back came off after just nine minutes and the National League South new boys trailed 2-0 at the break.
Dulwich’s goal was a late consolation. Summer signing Anthony Cook was brought down inside the box and Ashley Carew scored from the penalty spot.
Bromley have signed Colchester United striker Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe on loan until January.
The 24-year-old spent time on Millwall’s books as a youngster – 34 goals for Maldon & Tiptree led to the U’s snapping him up.
Bromley lost 2-1 at Wealdstone on Saturday despite former Crystal Palace defender Jack Holland heading in Frankie Raymond’s delivery.
Tooting & Mitcham have signed former Greenwich Borough man Omari Delgado-Hibbert.
The Terrors lost 4-2 to Carshalton Athletic at the weekend with their goals netted by Isiah Jones.
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