Picture special on Dulwich Hamlet’s 3-0 win over Worthing

By Richard Cawley

richard@slpmedia.co.uk

Dulwich Hamlet moved back to the top of the Bostik League Premier Division with a 3-0 win over Worthing on Sunday.

The South Londoners, playing their second match at their temporary home of Tooting & Mitcham’s KNK Stadium, took the lead on 40 minutes through Sanchez Ming.

Dulwich Hamlet v Worthing, Bostik League Premier Division, KNK Stadium, 18 March 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard

Nyren Clunis produced the cross for the defender to bury the ball past Lucas Cavagnari from 20 yards out.

Dulwich Hamlet v Worthing, Bostik League Premier Division, KNK Stadium, 18 March 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard

The Worthing keeper repelled an effort from Dipo Akinyemi early in the second half but the scoreline moved to 2-0 on 54 minutes. Nathan Green was put through by Clunis and he drew Cavagnari before rolling the ball across for an easy finish for Akinyemi.

Dulwich Hamlet v Worthing, Bostik League Premier Division, KNK Stadium, 18 March 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard

On-loan goalkeeper Corey Addai kept out Anesu Sisimayi’s header before Jared Rance struck the woodwork.

Dulwich Hamlet v Worthing, Bostik League Premier Division, KNK Stadium, 18 March 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard

Almost immediately after that Dulwich netted for the third time. Akinyemi teed up Clunis for his 99th goal for Hamlet.

Dulwich Hamlet v Worthing, Bostik League Premier Division, KNK Stadium, 18 March 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard

Aarran Racine volleyed a glorious chance over in the closing stages for Worthing.

Dulwich are two points ahead of Billericay Town but have played five matches more.

Dulwich Hamlet v Worthing, Bostik League Premier Division, KNK Stadium, 18 March 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard

Tooting were in action at the same venue a day earlier and lost 2-0 to Hendon. Ashley Nathaniel-George scored just before the break with Zak Joseph sealing the outcome eight minutes from time.


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