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Non-league round-up: Boxing Day victories for Dulwich Hamlet and Bromley

Bromley extended their unbeaten run in the National League to five matches with a 3-2 victory over Ebbsfleet on Boxing Day.

The Ravens, second in the table, have taken 23 points from their last 10 matches.

Michael Cheek put Bromley into a sixth minute lead at Kuflink Stadium with former AFC Wimbledon striker Dominic Poleon levelled early in the second half.

Ben Krauhaus restored the visitors’ advantage in the 65th minute and then Olufela Olomola made it 3-1. Poleon bagged his second of the contest in the 89th minute.

Charlton’s Richard Chin scored Dartford’s winner as they saw off Welling United.

Chin, on loan from the League One club, tapped home from close range after Reice Charles-Cook initially saved from ex-Wings frontman George Alexander.

Danny Bloor’s side are eight points adrift of safety in National League South.

Dulwich Hamlet are ninth in the Isthmian League Premier after a 2-1 home win against Carshalton Athletic – watched by a crowd of 2,737.

Picture: Rob Avis – DHFC vs Carsshalton Ath, 26th December 2023, Isthmian League
Picture: Rob Avis – DHFC vs Carsshalton Ath, 26th December 2023, Isthmian League

Ryley Scott and Kreshnic Krasniqi produced a quickfire double before the quarter-hour mark to with former Addicks winger Mark Marshall cutting the deficit in the 49th minute.

Cray Valley PM are third in the Isthmian League South East Division. They beat Phoenix Sports 3-1.

Kyrell Lisbie netted in the 37th minute with Denzel Gayle and Danny Waldren also on the scoresheet after Adejola Lahan’s equaliser.

The Millers are unbeaten in their 13 league matches this season.


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