Dulwich Hamlet beat Bromley 6-5 on penalties to win the Glyn Beverly Memorial Cup.
Nyren Clunis opened the scoring for National League South new boys Hamlet as he stayed onside before converting past keeper David Gregory.
Bromley’s pressure brought the best out of the Dulwich defence as they managed to shut out the hosts until the 79th minute. But full-back Quade Taylor deflected Bobby-Joe Taylor’s shot into his own net.
The match went straight to a spot-kick shootout. Roger Johnson, Jordan Higgs and finally Jake Goodman were unable to convert for the Ravens.
Clunis had stuck away the sixth spot kick to put the pressure on Goodman and when the former Millwall centre-back was unsuccessful it handed a piece of silverware to Gavin Rose’s side.
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