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By Joshua Nelson UCFB
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Crystal Palace FA narrowly edged past high-flying Bromley Whites 2-1 on Wednesday afternoon in Catford.

Going into the game, Bromley were 3rd placed in the table and would be expecting to take home all three points from South-east London.

Although, The Eagles had another idea, George Jardine and Brian Mukobo Pandu got their names on the score-sheet to secure the win for the home side.

Crystal Palace’s manager, Keith Levett spoke of his game plan going into the match-up: “We spoke to the boys about matching up and whatever happens with the result we can all accept as long as we have the work rate. Overall, we achieved that target”


Later stating: “We were fortunate to hold onto the lead and came under a lot of pressure towards the end but overall the boys deserved the win.”

A very impressive result, given Bromley’s form going into the game. Levett’s side defended resolutely to pick-up their first win since October.

Phoenix Sports narrowed the gap between themselves and Dulwich Hamlet to just four points, when they dismantled Thamesmead 11-0 on Wednesday.

Phoenix have scored an exceptional 27 goals in just two games, doing their goal difference miracles in the process.

The impressive Alfie Aldridge completed yet another four-goal haul, Ben Middleton, Jimmy Martin and Oso Manny all registered a brace. Whilst, James Walpole got his name on the scoresheet once again.

History repeated itself this week, Brentford Bees, were once again 6-0 victors, this time against Dartford Reds.

Three wins in three for the visitors, ensured the West London remain 5th in the table.
David scored four goals, Aderi and Louis both scored one apiece, meanwhile Conrad took home the match-ball, with an impressive display.

Ryan Peters, the Brentford manager commented on his side’s victory: “
It was a good game. The scoreline flatters us, Dartford had a lot of chances and on another day, would have taken them.”  

Elsewhere, Fulham Sedgehill put their 4-1 loss last week behind them, as they overcame Millwall 6-0, further isolating the struggling Lions at the bottom of the table.

Fulham play host to Crystal Palace next week and will be hoping to add to their points tally. Although if The Eagles’ shock result this week is anything to go by, it will be a stern test for Ollie Hinckson’s side.

Charlton Athletic Trust won 3-0 in their visit to Maidstone United, The Addicks remain third, albeit they’ve played a game more than their surrounding teams.

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