Dulwich Hamlet bowed out of the London Senior Cup at the quarter-final stage after losing
5-3 on penalties at Hendon on Tuesday night.
The South Londoners never led in the regulation 90 minutes and at one stage trailed 3-1 before a Giovanni McGregor free-kick and curled finish by Reise Allassani restored parity.
Allassani also claimed an assist for Ibra Sekajja’s 14th-minute goal which made it 1-1.
Chike Kandi’s spot kick was tipped on to the crossbar with Allassani sending his attempt over.
Dulwich, fifth in National League South, are at home to struggling Braintree Town tomorrow.
Bromley drew 2-2 at Weymouth in the National League on Tuesday night.
Andy Woodman’s side twice fell behind but levelled through Connor Parsons and Michael Cheek.
The Ravens, who occupy the final play-off spot, are not back in action until March 5, when they head to Torquay United.
Tooting & Mitcham United were beaten 2-1 by Margate in the Velocity Trophy fourth round in midweek.
Zaid Ouaret Sorr scored in the 62nd minute for the Terrors at Hartsdown Park but Lewis Knight produced a late winner.
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