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Dulwich Hamlet’s excellent form forcing them into Isthmian League Premier play-off mix

Dulwich Hamlet will look to boost their Isthmian League Premier play-off prospects when they face Kingstonian tomorrow night.

The Champion Hill outfit won 2-0 at home to Lewes at the weekend and are eighth in the table.

Hamlet are three points behind fifth-placed Carshalton but have two matches in hand.

Luke Wanadio and Danny Mills scored for the South London club in front of a crowd of 2,973 at the weekend.

Dulwich have lost just once in their last 10 matches and have picked up 23 points over that period to improve their chances of bouncing back from National League South relegation at the first attempt.

Hamlet boss Hakan Hayrettin said: “We scored an early goal from a great setpiece – another cross and we scored again. We had to play with a lot of discipline to make sure we nullified what they threw at us.

“And we could have had another one, Luke Wanadio in the first half, their keeper made a save.

“They also had a few chances. Sometimes it is not about how good a team you are when you have got the ball, it’s how good you are as a team when you haven’t got the ball – you’re organised, set and resilient.

“We’ve kept two clean sheets in a row, which is good. I was thoroughly pleased with that side of it today.

“We have scored a hell of a lot of goals from set-pieces. I hear everyone talking on the TV now about setpiece coaches. We do our due diligence ourselves, we watch other teams and try to do things the right thing.

“R’avan (Constable) has made two excellent saves today. We had three chances in the first half and they had two. He pulled off two good saves. The clean sheet is important for morale.”


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