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Non-league round-up: Bromley boost National League promotion hopes and Sekajja strikes again for Dulwich

Bromley are just a point behind National League leaders Stockport County following their 1-0 win over Woking in midweek.

Luke Arthurs’ 22nd-minute goal – the ball looping in off the post after keeper Mark Smith’s clearance cannoned off him – settled the contest at Hayes Lane.

Arthurs (pictured top) sent a diving header wide from a Luke Coulson cross soon after netting.
Louie Annesley was sent off late on for the Cards for two bookable offences.

Fourth-placed Bromley are at home to Notts County tomorrow.

There was plenty of other Tuesday night action for South London’s non-league clubs.

Ibra Sekajja made it three goals in two matches as his 74th-minute lob salvaged a National League South point for Dulwich Hamlet in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Eastbourne Borough at Champion Hill.

Charley Kendall opened the scoring in the 52nd minute.

Sekajja had only been on the pitch three minutes when he added to the late brace he bagged in Saturday’s 4-1 win over Concord Rangers.

Dulwich have signed Charlton goalkeeper Nathan Harness on a month’s loan.

Welling United scored twice in the final 28 minutes to draw 2-2 at Braintree Town. Dipo Akinyemi cut the deficit before Aaron Barnes levelled the match.

Cray Wanderers lost 2-0 at Lewes in the Isthmian League Premier Division.

Bryan Zepo’s goal earned Lewisham Borough a 1-1 draw at Tooting Bec in the SCEFL First Division.

PICTURE: KEITH GILLARD

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