Dulwich Hamlet picked up their first National League South win in emphatic fashion – a 6-0 hammering of Hemel Hempstead on Monday afternoon.
All of the goals came in the second half – with three in the space of eight minutes at Vauxhall Road.
Chike Kandi, Giovanni McGregor and Andrew Harris-Sealy, pictured above, struck before the hour mark to leave the Tudors reeling.
Danny Mills added a brace before Jamie Splatt’s 90th-minute penalty.
Hamlet, 11th in the early standings, are at Eastbourne tomorrow.
Bromley have signed Portsmouth right-back Haji Mnoga, 19, on loan until January 2.
Tooting & Mitcham drew 1-1 with Sutton Common Rovers on Tuesday night. Andrew Sesay got their goal.
Fisher beat Tower Hamlets 2-0 in the SCEFL Premier Division on Monday with Christian Udo netting twice in the second half.
The Fish, who have collected eight points from their opening six matches, are ninth in the table.
They host Tunbridge Wells tomorrow.
PICTURE: KEITH GILLARD
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