Non-league round-up: Bromley lose ground in National League title race – Mills hat-trick seals Dulwich Hamlet win

BY RICHARD CAWLEY

Bromley are seventh in the National League after a 2-1 loss at FC Halifax Town on Saturday.

A Niall Maher own goal put the Ravens ahead in the 32nd minute but the same player then almost instantly restored parity. Devante Rodney’s goal before the interval decided the contest.

Neil Smith’s side have lost four league matches on the spin.

Dulwich Hamlet climbed to 14th in National League South with a 5-3 victory over Chelmsford City at Champion Hill.

Danny Mills bagged a hat-trick with Kieron Monlouis and Christian Smith also on target.

Millwall centre-back Jesse Debrah has had his loan at Dulwich extended until the end of the season.

Welling United also put a little more distance between them and the drop zone with a 2-1 success at struggling St Albans City. Striker Dipo Akinyemi got both their goals.

Tooting & Mitcham can overtake Isthmian League South Central leaders Hanwell Town if they win their games in hand.

Danny Bassett netted twice with Sol Patterson-Bohner also scoring in a 3-0 victory over Waltham Abbey.

Cray Valley PM are fourth in the Isthmian League South East Division following a 4-0 romp at Whyteleafe.

Ali Tumkaya (two), Gavin Tomlin and Denzel Gayle got the goals.

Malaki Coker, Ade Oluwo and Joel Flavien-Howard scored as Fisher won 3-1 at home to Glebe in the SCEFL Premier Division.

Nahum Green and Dominic Ogun were on target in either half but AFC Croydon went down 5-2 at home to Tunbridge Wells.

Andy Somo levelled for Croydon at FC Elmstead in the SCEFL First Division but they lost 2-1.

Marcus Black’s 90th-minute goal ensured Peckham won 1-0 at Forest Hill Park in the London Senior Trophy.


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