Bromley FCNon-League FootballSport

Non-league round-up: Bromley seal National League play-off semi-final spot as Dulwich end losing run

Bromley booked their place in the National League play-off semi-final spots after a 3-1 win at Oxford City on Tuesday evening.

The Ravens went ahead after two minutes through Ben Krauhaus and quickly doubled their advantage when Idris Odutayo curled a free-kick home.

Corey Whitely added a third in the 64th minute. Harvey Greenslade pulled one back but the Ravens secured their top three spot and moved two points away from second-placed Barnet.

Bromley’s final game of the normal campaign sees them head to Gateshead.

“The lads were on it tonight,” said Ravens boss Andy Woodman.

“They knew what was at stake and also knew what I wanted. They knew what they wanted and showed that.

“After the first five minutes, game, set and match, done.

“It was a real performance from the players.

“We look like a team in a nice place at the moment. We haven’t achived anything, but for Bromley Football Club to be sitting a gaufteneed third, is some achievement.

“We should all be proud of what we have achieved so far and now we get ready for the real stuff.”

Dulwich Hamlet’s chances of an automatic return to the National League South are dead, but they bounced back from a three-game losing streak to win 2-0 at Canvey Island last weekend.

Danny Mills and Ryley Scott both scored.

Cray Valley Paper Mills missed the chance to go top of the Isthmian League South East Division after a 2-2 draw with leaders Ramsgate. The Millers are second and level on points with Ramsgate, but have scored one goal fewer.

Kyrell Lisbie and Freddie Parker both scored for Scott McKimm’s side as they picked up a point in their fight for the title.

They have a game in hand over Ramsgate, with three fixtures left to play.

Welling United clinched National League South safety on Saturday after a goalless home draw against Weymouth.


Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Everyone at the South London Press thanks you for your continued support.

Former Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has encouraged everyone in the country who can afford to do so to buy a newspaper, and told the Downing Street press briefing:


If you can afford to do so, we would be so grateful if you can make a donation which will allow us to continue to bring stories to you, both in print and online. Or please make cheques payable to “MSI Media Limited” and send by post to South London Press, Unit 112, 160 Bromley Road, Catford, London SE6 2NZ

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The reCAPTCHA verification period has expired. Please reload the page.