Non-league round-up: Defeats for Bromley, Dulwich and Tooting – but Clarke nabs hat-trick in Fisher success


Bromley’s winless run in the National League stands at seven matches after a 2-0 home reverse to Wrexham on Saturday.

Davis Keillor-Dunn and Jordan Ponticelli were on target for the Welsh club.

Dulwich Hamlet lost for the fourth time in six National League South matches – Tom Smith’s hat-trick securing all three points for Bath City.

Shamir Mullings and Danny Mills had twice levelled for Gavin Rose’s side at Twerton Park.

Hamlet are 15th in the table but 21st-placed Braintree are only one win behind them.

Dipo Akinyemi netted for Welling United as they moved into mid-table following a 1-0 success over Chipenham Town.

Dipo Akinyemi scores the winner past keeper Will Puddy

Dan Williams gave Tooting & Mitcham United the lead at Barking but they went on to lose 2-1 in the Isthmian League South Central Division.

The Terrors are six points behind the play-off positions but have two fixtures in hand.

Cray Valley PM are fourth in the Isthmian League South East Division after a 1-0 victory over Burgess Hill Town courtesy of Ryan Flack’s second-minute finish.

Louie Clarke scored a hat-trick for Fisher as they cruised to a 4-1 win over Bearsted in the SCEFL Premier Division. Elias Armah-Tackie got the last goal.

AFC Croydon lost 3-0 at home to Crowborough Athletic.

Jefferson Aibangbee bagged a brace for Forest Hill Park but they went down 3-2 at Greenways in the SCEFL First Division.

Lewisham Borough smashed Meridian VP 5-0 with Kai Richard netting twice. Luke Cooke, Ijah Currie-Wilson and Darnell Simpson also netted.

Please support your local paper by making a donation



Please make cheques payable to “MSI Media Limited” and send by post to South London Press, Unit 112, 160 Bromley Road, Catford, London SE6 2NZ

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has encouraged everyone in the country who can afford to do so to buy a newspaper, and told the Downing Street press briefing recently: “A free country needs a free press, and the newspapers of our country are under significant financial pressure”.

So if you have enjoyed reading this story, and if you can afford to do so, we would be so grateful if you can buy our newspaper or make a donation, which will allow us to continue to bring stories like this one to you both in print and online.

Everyone at the South London Press thanks you for your continued support.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *