Non-league round-up: Fisher stay top of SCEFL Premier Division as Tooting held by Northwood

BY RICHARD CAWLEY

Tooting & Mitcham drew 1-1 with Northwood in the Isthmian League South Central Division on Saturday.

Saidou Khan had put the Terrors in front on 43 minutes but Sam Jenkins levelled early in the second half.

Bromley, safely mid-table in the National League, had the same scoreline at Barrow. JJ Hooper was on target for Neil Smith’s side to cancel out Dior Angus’ goal.

Fisher stayed top of the SCEFL Premier Division with a 4-1 home win over Punjab United. Trey Small, Andy Mott, Rob Brown and Mathieu Ramsamy netted for the Fish.

Second-placed Corinthian are only off top spot on goal difference, having played a fixture less, and they smashed Croydon 6-0.

AFC Croydon were 2-0 victors at home to Sheppey United with Bankole Karoma and Dominic Ogun notching.

Kennington drew 2-2 at Greenways in the First Division – a late own goal denying them maximum points. Tom Penfold and George Latham both netted.

Forest Hill Park lost 1-0 at Lydd Town.

Tooting Bec went out of the London FA Senior Trophy – beaten 2-0 at Erith & Belvedere.

Photos by Dave Anderson


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