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Non-league round-up: Brentford keeper joins Bromley on loan and Dulwich Hamlet active in transfer market

Bromley have signed Brentford goalkeeper Ellery Balcombe on loan until the end of the season.

The 22-year-old, who has represented England at U20 level, has featured in the EFL Trophy for Burton Albion this season.

Balcombe’s arrival has seen Reice Charles-Cook leave the Ravens.

Bromley chalked up their fifth win in a row as they beat fellow National League promotion chasers Notts County last weekend.

Jude Arthurs scored the only goal at Hayes Lane.

Bromley are fourth in the table – only a point behind leaders Stockport County – and can leapfrog FC Halifax Town if they win tomorrow’s meeting at The Shay.

Dulwich Hamlet manager Gavin Rose has been active in the transfer market with the National League South side signing Luca Levee, Adam Leathers and Ronnie Vint.

Kingston-born Levee, 24, is a Jamaican international and had been on the books of Harbour View FC. Former Leicester City youngster Leathers has signed on loan from Wycombe Wanderers.

Centre-back Vint (pictured), who has had a previous spell with Hamlet, joined from Dartford and scored in Saturday’s 3-1 loss at Hungerford Town. Weekend results saw Dulwich slip out of the play-off places but they have matches in hand on the sides above them.

Tooting & Mitcham are still firmly ensconced in the bottom half of the Isthmian League South Central Division after a 1-1 home draw with South Park on Saturday.

Mark Waters put them into an early lead but they were quickly pegged back by Adam Aziz’s penalty.

PICTURE: KEITH GILLARD

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