Non-league round-up: Ferguson on target in Dulwich draw and Tooting & Mitcham move up to seventh in standings

BY RICHARD CAWLEY

Nathan Ferguson’s second-half goal was enough to earn Dulwich Hamlet a point on Saturday – and knock opponents Billericay Town off the top of the National League South table.

Ross Lafayette had put the hosts 1-0 up inside the opening 20 minutes at New Lodge.

But midfielder Ferguson levelled matters in the 69th minute.

Hamlet striker Dipo Akinyemi was sent off right at the end of the match.

Omar Bugiel put Bromley ahead against Boreham Wood in the National League – but the visitors went on to lose 2-1. Justin Shaibu and Gozie Ugwu netted in each half.

Tooting & Mitcham are up to seventh in the Isthmian League South Central Division after a 2-1 victory at Hanwell Town.

Olly Duffy’s own goal put the Terrors in front on the stroke of half time before Gareth Chendlik evened things up. Danny Bassett’s 73rd-minute finish sealed the three points.

Greenwich Borough won 4-2 at Mildenhall Town in the FA Trophy first qualifying round. Solomon Taiwo bagged a brace with Laurent Mendy and Ryan King-Elliott also netting.

Fisher lost 2-0 at Cray Valley PM in the SCEFL Premier Division on Saturday.

Croydon were beaten 4-2 by Corinthian but AFC Croydon secured a late win at Hollands & Blair. Billy Brown scored in the 63rd minute before Joe Nowoko struck home a late penalty.

Lewisham Borough picked up a 4-2 victory at Greenways in the SCEFL First Division. Their scorers were Kelvin Adjei (two), Marcus Castano and Josh Owens.

Gary Lockyer bagged a consolation for Kennington, who lost 3-1 at Holmesdale.


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