Non-league round-up: Bromley win at Sutton, Dulwich face FA Trophy replay and Terrors bow out of competition


Bromley won 2-0 at Sutton United on Saturday to stay level on points with National League leaders Barrow.

Chris Bush and Michael Cheek (pictured) netted for the Ravens to secure an 11th victory of the campaign.

Dulwich Hamlet face an FA Trophy replay as they drew 2-2 against Chippenham Town at Champion Hill. Danny Mills scored twice in the first period for Gavin Rose’s side.

Welling United conceded first against St Albans City in the same competition but a strong second-half comeback saw them progress.

Danny Waldren bundled home from close range on the hour mark with new signing Moses Emmanuel putting them in front two minutes later.

Waldren was dismissed but Anthony Cook converted a free-kick in the 84th minute.

Tooting & Mitcham were knocked out of the trophy by Carshalton Athletic.

Hady Ghandour had put the Terrors into a fifth-minute lead but Tommy Bradford and Jeremiah Amoo struck early in the second half.

Francis Babalola’s 87th-minute goal earned Isthmian South East Division leaders Cray Valley PM a 1-1 home draw against Guernsey.

Greenwich Borough were thumped 5-0 at Erith Town in the SCEFL Premier Division.

Fisher were knocked out of the Kent FA Senior Trophy.

Greg Akpele’s 48th-minute penalty had cut the deficit for the South Londoners but they could not find a leveller as Sheppey United ran out 2-1 victors.

Croydon lost 3-2 at Bridon Ropes in the London FA Senior Trophy.

Jeffrey Leslie bagged a brace as Peckham Town triumphed 2-0 at Kent Football United.

Joji Phillips netted as Forest Hill Park won at FC Elmstead.


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