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Non-league round-up: Dulwich Hamlet knocked out of FA Cup

Dulwich Hamlet suffered a 2-1 defeat in their FA Cup first qualifying round replay against Haringey Borough on Tuesday evening.

Hakan Hayrettin’s side drew 1-1 at Champion Hill last Saturday and were forced to settle for a midweek replay in north London after Matthew Young’s 90th-minute penalty kept the visitors in the tournament.

Luke Wanadio had also scored from the spot at Champion Hill.

Haringey took a 2-0 lead at Coles Park in midweek via goals from Khalifa Jabbie and Kasim Aidoo.

Kreshnic Krasniqi pulled one back for Dulwich in the 88th minute after a Wanadio shot was parried back out but the hosts held on as the South Londoners exited the competition.

Dulwich, 16th in the Isthmian League Premier Division, head to high-flying Billericay tomorrow.

Welling United saw their three-game unbeaten run come to an end on Tuesday evening as they lost 2-0 in the National League South at high-flying Worthing.

A penalty from Ollie Pearce in the 69th minute and a strike from Ricky Aguiar 10 minutes later gave Worthing all three points.

Wings boss Danny Bloor told the club’s YouTube channel: “We have lost 2-0 at a side I think will win the league.

“Their power is very good and they’re a very good side.

“I felt that in the first half we perhaps even shaded it, but the penalty was pivotal. It was a tough night at the office but we’re still learning.

“The goalscoring is a problem, isn’t it? Let’s not kid ourselves.

“We have a lot of hard work to do – we know that.

“It starts Thursday night on the training field and then again on Saturday.”


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