Non-league round-up: FA Trophy replay for Dulwich, defeat for Bromley and a Terrors fightback

Dulwich Hamlet face Welling United tomorrow at Tooting’s KNK Stadium in an FA Trophy third qualifying round replay after a 1-1 draw between the clubs on Saturday, writes Richard Cawley.

Matthew Paterson put the Wings ahead in the 34th minute in a clash between two National League South outfits.

But Ashley Carew scored a 41st minute penalty after Nyren Clunis was adjudged to have been fouled.

Bromley are four points above the National League drop zone after a 2-0 home reverse to Dagenham & Redbridge.

Tooting & Mitcham fought back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 against Bracknell Town.

Joseph Grant and Liam Ferdinand put the visitors in a decent lead but an own goal by Joe Gator four minutes after the restart put the result back in doubt. Hady Ghandour struck 20 minutes from time for the Terrors, who are ninth in the Isthmian League South Central Division.

Greenwich Borough lost 3-0 at Truro City in the FA Trophy.

Fisher were 4-0 winners over K Sports in the Kent Senior Trophy. Trey Small, Chandler Kasai, Rob Brown and an own goal completed the scoring. Croydon lost 3-0 at home to Beckenham Town in the same competition.

Nahum Green was on target for AFC Croydon Athletic but they lost 2-1 at Corinthian in the Challenge Cup.

Lewisham Borough won 3-0 at home to Snodland Town in the SCEFL First Division with goals from Kelvin Adjei, Dorian Smith and Darren Titre-Wilson.


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