Non-league round-up: The Fish sink at home and Cray Wanderers can’t ease drop fears

Fisher lost 2-0 at home against Erith & Belvedere in the SCEFL Premier Division yesterday.

Calum McGeehan put the visitors into a 41st-minute lead with James Dyer extending their advantage shortly after the hour mark.

Forest Hill Park and Lewisham Borough drew 1-1 in the SCEFL First Division. Chris Alhassan broke the deadlock for Forest Hill in the first half but a late Bryan Zepo penalty ensured the points were shared.

Cray Wanderers are in the Isthmian League Premier Division relegation zone and lost 3-2 at home to Margate on Monday. Kyel Reid and Chris Dickson – two former Charlton players – were on target for Danny Kedwell’s team.

Tooting & Mitcham’s home game against Sutton Common Rovers in the Isthmian League South Central Division was postponed.

PICTURE: DAVE ANDERSON

 


 

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