Non-league round-up: Dulwich Hamlet struggling to end drop fears in National League South


Dulwich Hamlet are finding it hard to dispel drop fears in National League South and lost 1-0 at Dartford on Saturday.

Darren McQueen’s 23rd-minute goal capped off a disappointing afternoon for the South Londoners, who created next to nothing in terms of chances and made it four matches without a victory – taking two points from a possible 12.

Dulwich’s best chance came early on but Nyren Clunis’ shot was pushed away by Alhaji Sesay.

Tooting & Mitcham United are sixth in the Isthmian League South Central Division after a
1-1 draw at lowly Staines Town.

Klajdi Cani converted a penalty for the hosts with the Terrors responding before the half-hour mark through Jamarie Brissett.

Cray Valley PM moved back into the play-off zone in the Isthmian League South East Division with a 3-1 home victory over second-placed Ashford United. Francis Babalola scored twice for the Millers with Denzel Gayle also netting.

Fisher and Erith Town battled to a stalemate in the SCEFL Premier Division.

Jake Rose got a consolation for AFC Croydon as they lost 2-1 at Chatham Town.

Lewisham Borough were thumped 5-1 at home to Holmesdale in the SCEFL First Division.

Greenwich Borough have resigned from the SCEFL Premier Division citing “severe business interruption”.


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