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Non-league round-up: Dulwich stay in play-off hunt after 3-0 win over Wingate & Finchley

Dulwich Hamlet extended their Isthmian League Premier Division unbeaten run to four games after a 3-0 win at home to Wingate & Finchley on Tuesday evening.

Anthony Jeffrey put the South Londoners 1-0 up after three minutes.

Former Crystal Palace youngster Jerome Binnom-Williams doubled their advantage 20 minutes later and Manny Parry wrapped up the scoring in the 65th minute to move Hakan Hayrettin’s side up to 10th in the table.

They are six points off the play-off spots heading into tomorrow’s clash at relegation candidates Margate.

New Welling boss Rod Stringer got off to a successful start with a 2-1 win over Hampton & Richmond Borough at Park View Road on Tuesday night.

The Wings have picked up back to back wins in the National League South and are four points from safety.

Goals from former AFC Wimbledon striker Adam Roscrow and Lachlan Byrd gave ex-Brentwood manager Stringer a win in his first game in charge since replacing Danny Bloor.

They host Taunton Town – one place above them in the table – tomorrow.

“It’s been a great night,” Stringer told Welling’s YouTube channel. “I couldn’t have worked any harder in the last two days – so to see the players complement the same sort of work rate I have put in the last couple of days, they were outstanding.

Cray Valley Paper Mills continued their unbeaten start to the Isthmian League South East Division season, making it 21 games without defeat after a 1-1 draw at home to Horndean.

Danny Waldren scored in the 67th minute for Steve McKimm’s side to cancel out Tommy Scutt’s opener.

Bromley will look to get back to winning ways in the National League after failing to pick up a win in their last four outings in the fifth tier.

The Ravens – still second in the division but 16 points behind leaders Chesterfield – suffered a 1-0 defeat at Fylde last weekend and host Hartlepool at Hayes Lane tomorrow.


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