Non-league round-up: Dulwich start season with a draw, Tooting lose but Fisher progress in FA Vase

Dulwich Hamlet kicked off their National League South campaign with a 1-1 draw at Ebbsfleet United on Saturday.

Former Millwall youngster Lewis White levelled for the South London club in the 33rd minute.

Ebbsfleet v Dulwich Hamlet Vanarama National League South, Kuflink Stadium, 10 October 2020
Ebbsfleet v Dulwich Hamlet Vanarama National League South, Kuflink Stadium, 10 October 2020

Rakish Bingham had put Ebbsfleet ahead at Stonebridge Road.

Byron Webster scored for Bromley but they lost 2-1 at home to Torquay United in the National League.

Tooting & Mitcham suffered a second reverse in five Isthmian League South Central Division fixtures as they slipped up 1-0 at home to Waltham Abbey.

Fisher progressed to the third round of the FA Vase third qualifying round after a 2-0 victory at East Preston.

Melvin Adesida put them ahead just past the half-hour mark with Jamie Yila making sure of the outcome with 10 minutes remaining.

Ebbsfleet v Dulwich Hamlet Vanarama National League South, Kuflink Stadium, 10 October 2020
Ebbsfleet v Dulwich Hamlet Vanarama National League South, Kuflink Stadium, 10 October 2020
Ebbsfleet v Dulwich Hamlet Vanarama National League South, Kuflink Stadium, 10 October 2020

PHOTOS: KEITH GILLARD


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