Non-league round-up: Bromley and Dulwich Hamlet both suffer play-off setbacks

Bromley’s National League play-off prospects suffered a setback as they lost 1-0 at FC Halifax Town on Tuesday night.

Luke Summerfield’s 64th-minute earned the Shaymen a fourth straight victory to boost their promotion prospects.

Bromley drop to 10th but would move back into the top-seven if they win their two matches in hand on three sides above them.

The Ravens have signed Charlton’s James Vennings, 21, on loan for the rest of the season.

The midfielder had spent most of the campaign on loan at Aldershot Town.

Dulwich Hamlet suffered a third straight defeat in National League South, going down 2-0 at Maidstone in midweek. Joan Luque and Jack Barham scored in each half for the Kent outfit.

Fisher drew 3-3 at home against Kennington in the SCEFL Premier Division on Tuesday night.

Fidjan Fejzi, Isaac Thompson and Esteban Salgado got their goals.

Tooting Bec were smashed 5-0 at SC Thamesmead in the SCEFL First Division.

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