Non-league round-up: Bromley flying high in National League as the Fish pick up midweek point

Bromley’s excellent start to the National League season continued as they won 2-0 at Woking to move up to fourth in the table.

Andy Woodman’s side are only three points behind leaders Boreham Wood and have a match in hand as well as a significantly superior goal difference. Former Millwall striker George Alexander and Jack Cawley scored in the final 12 minutes at Kingfield Stadium.

Harry Main got a late leveller for Fisher as they drew 1-1 at Erith & Belvedere in the SCEFL Premier Division. The Fish won 3-0 at home to Deal Town on Saturday with Lee Weemes, Christian Udo and Isaac Thompson all netting.

Dulwich Hamlet are not due to be back in action until November 13, when they host Bath City. A crowd of 3,045 were at Champion Hill to see them shade a seven-goal thriller against struggling Billericay Town on Saturday.

Danny Mills scored twice for Hamlet with Ronnie Vint making the contest 3-3 after an hour.

Former Palace and Bromley centre-back Jack Holland got an 89th-minute winner.

Dulwich are unbeaten on home turf in the National League South, taking 10 points from a possible 12.

Tooting & Mitcham moved into mid-table in the Isthmian League South Central Division following a dramatic late turnaround at  Guernsey on Sunday.

Ross Allen’s penalty left them trailing in the 56th minute. But Dontai Stewart restored parity in the 83rd minute before Zaid Quaret Sorr struck moments later.

The Terrors head to struggling Ashford Town (Middx) tomorrow.

Richard Pingling’s double saw Croydon wipe out a two-goal deficit at home to Faversham Strike Force in the SCEFL First Division.

Forest Hill Park lost 1-0 at FC Elmstead.

Second-half goals by Aidan O’Dwyer, Ezekiel Paul and Bryan Zepo eased Lewisham Borough to a 3-2 home victory over Greenways.

Panikos Oritis and Ed Mbango netted as Tooting Bec beat Stansfeld 2-1.




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