Bromley’s unbeaten start in the National League was ended as they lost 3-1 at Yeovil on Saturday.Neil Smith’s side are still top of the pile but their opponents at the weekend are only a point behind, level with FC Halifax Town.
Michael Cheek had put the Ravens in front at Huish Park but Jimmy Smith levelled on the stroke of half time. An own goal by Marc-Anthony Okoye in the 72nd minute proved costly before Charlie Lee struck.
Dulwich Hamlet are 13th in National League South after a 2-2 draw at Chippenham Town.
Gavin Rose’s side looked to have grabbed the win after David Ijaha’s 90th-minute goal but Richard Orlu’s own goal – five minutes into stoppage time – ensured honours ended even.
Quade Taylor had cancelled out Luke Haines’ opener for the hosts.
Welling United collected their first away victory of the season – 2-1 at Hungerford Town.
Goals by Danny Waldren and Anthony Cook ensured victory for the Wings, both goals assisted by the clever Adam Coombes.
Although the scoreline suggests a tight game, an injury time Hungerford goal flattered the hosts who were second best throughout.
Tooting & Mitcham United moved level with Westfield on points at the summit of Isthmian League South Central Division after a 3-0 win at Waltham Abbey.
Danny Bassett netted twice – once from the penalty spot – with David Castanho also getting on the scoresheet.
Fisher threw away a 2-0 lead in the SCEFL Premier Division as they crashed 3-2 at home to K Sports.
Luke With and Jamie Yila had netted inside the opening half hour.
Jake Rose’s goal only proved a consolation for AFC Croydon as they lost 2-1 at home to Punjab United in the Kent FA Senior Trophy.
Greenwich Borough edged an 11-goal thriller on Sunday in the same competition.
Ollie Bennett (two), Johnny Miller-Annor, Richard Jimoh, Ryan Green and Alex Nelson netted as they crept past Stansfield 6-5 after extra time.
Ijah Currie-Williams was on target for Lewisham Borough as they drew 1-1 with Greenways in SCEFL First Division.
Shaveize Williams’ second-half brace sealed a 2-1 win for Forest Hill Park at Bridon Ropes.
FISHER PICTURES BY DAVE ANDERSON
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