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A top of the table match-up, saw table topping Dulwich Hamlets host second place Phoenix Sports, with the visitors winning 3-0.

The away side took the lead in the first-half through John Walpole, the striker deftly controlled Jayden Hussain’s cross from the right and displayed great composure to finish past the onlooking Hamlets keeper.

Freddie made it 2-0 when he rifled home a loose header into the bottom right-hand corner, from inside the penalty area. He completed the scoring as he neatly slotted home, when he was played through one-on-one.

Jack Parkinson’s side have scored an astonishing 31 goals in their last three games league games, whilst not conceding a goal in the process.

Phoenix currently sit one point behind Dulwich Hamlets; given their performance against the league leaders and their recent form they will be hoping to top the pile soon.

Their victory was a very impressive feat, considering Dulwich Hamlets hadn’t lost in the league prior to this match.

Bromley Whites’ impressive form in the league continued with a 3 - 1 victory over Dartford Reds on Wednesday.

Aaron Simeon opened the scoring for Bromley, then Harry Smith doubled his side’s lead when his header looped over the Dartford goalkeeper. Klaudio Krasniqi concluded the scoring for Bromley with a 25-yard volley.

Smith’s goal and his fantastic hold-up play, which constantly brought his teammates into the game was rewarded with a man of the match performance.

Brentford Bees made it five wins in five against Maidstone United Whites, as their surge up the table continues.

The home side won 3-0, they made their breakthrough on 30 minutes when Aderi slotted home, giving them the impetus to extend their lead. Captain, Lewis Wood, led by example and got his name on the scoresheet, whilst Aderi notched again.

Brentford manager, Ryan Peters, commented on the match: “It was an even game with both teams having opportunities.” His side have displayed fine goalscoring form recently and there was no change in this match, clinical finishing. The three points move The Bees up to 4th place.

Both Bromley and Brentford have been in rich form, as of late and they will remain applying pressure to the top two teams. It’s anything but a two-horse race for top place.

Thamesmead Town recovered well from their emphatic defeat against Phoenix Sports before the Christmas break, with a 4-3 victory over Millwall Lions on Wedensday.

Sudayisi Sendege scored with a swerving free-kick for the visitors, Tyler Spranger, Zac Coulibaly and Ade Adeniran got their names on the scoresheet to secure three points for their side.

Ian Docker, the Thamesmead Town manager said: “Both Tim Daleys Millwall and us at Thamesmead have found the going tough this season but I must complement both sets of players for the way they played ant the way they conducted themselves on and off the pitch.”

Millwall will be thoroughly disappointed to score three goals, but not have anything to show for it. Contrasting fortunes for Thamesmead, however, who will be pleased with the 3 points and will look ahead to Monday’s match against Maidstone.

Elsewhere, Crystal Palace FA were 2 – 1 victors against Fulham Sedgehill.

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