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Non-league round-up: Dulwich can’t upset leaders as Bromley take point against the Daggers

Dulwich Hamlet lost 3-1 at Champion Hill to National League South table-toppers Ebbsfleet United on Tuesday night.

Shaq Coulthirst and Greg Cundle put the Fleet 2-0 up after 18 minutes.

Johl Powell pulled one back for Dulwich in the 48th minute.

Darren McQueen added Ebbsfleet’s third before Hamlet’s Sanchez Ming was sent off just after the hour mark for an altercation with former AFC Wimbledon striker Dominic Poleon.

Bromley boss Andy Woodman was content with picking up a point in Tuesday’s 1-1 home draw against Dagenham & Redbridge – despite admitting his team were not at their best.

The Daggers took the lead in the 37th minute. Josh Hare’s awkwardly bouncing evaded keeper Reice Charles-Cook.

Bromley levelled in the 88th minute, substitute Ben Krauhaus slotted a left-footed shot beyond Elliot Justham.

Bromley stayed sixth in the National League.

“We were a little bit laboured first half,” admitted Woodman.

“We couldn’t get our passing going as we wanted to – we were playing in front of them a lot. It made it easy for them to sit behind the ball, which they did very well.

“We didn’t do enough to get in behind them.

“I felt that we were fractionally better in the second half. We were very good in the last five minutes when the crowd were up for it.

“To get a point after the way we played, I’ll take that. If you can grind out results when you’re not at your best, it’s not a bad trait.”


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