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Non-league round-up: Bromley’s 11-game unbeaten run comes to an end and Dulwich look to bounce back

Andy Woodman has urged his Bromley side to “lick their wounds” after their 11-game unbeaten run came to an end on Tuesday night at Chesterfield.

The Ravens suffered a 2-0 defeat at Chesterfield, with second-half goals from Joe Quigley and Tom Naylor the difference.

Bromley, who had won seven matches in their undefeated sequence, are fifth in the National League table.

“I don’t get much pride out of losing,” Woodman told Bromley’s YouTube channel.

“The run has been great, but we have to make sure that we get back to what we’re about again.

“We knew this week would be a tough week.

“If you look at the way the week has panned out, we knew it would be tricky.

“But we have to go to York now and get a result. We have to lick our wounds and take it on the chin.

“There are a hell of a lot of games left. We shouldn’t be too down about losing tonight. 

“We have to realise that we have had a terrific run, and we have to make sure we get back on another run – that’s what top teams do.

“The players have done the club and the supporters proud.”

Dulwich Hamlet suffered a 2-1 defeat in their Isthmian League Premier Division outing at Cheshunt last Saturday.

Hakan Hayrettin’s side will be looking to bounce back against the same opposition in their FA Trophy third qualifying round clash tomorrow.

Hamlet have only won twice in the league this season and are already 13 points behind leaders Hornchurch.

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