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Phoenix Sports tightened their grip of top spot of Division G with an outstanding 6-2 victory against Bromley Whites on Wednesday.

The league leaders were stunned by Bromley’s fast start to the match and they found themselves two goals down within four minutes.

Phoenix responded promptly however, Freddie Olafsen pulled one goal back two minutes later, then Jimmy Martin levelled the scoring shortly after.

The quickfire goals gave the away side the impetus to go and notch a few more. The frantic first-half continued, and the away side added three more goals to their tally.

Olafsen got his name on the scoresheet once again, whilst additional goals from Alfie Aldridge (pictured - green shirt) and Matt Poole, meant the league leaders had an impressive lead at the break. Olafsen completed the scoring and his hat-trick in the second half.

Phoenix manager, Jack Parkinson paid credit to his young squad: “To be sitting at the top of the league at the moment is fantastic for them and they are really looking forward to the game against Dulwich in a few weeks’ time.”

The match between Dulwich Hamlet and Phoenix is poised nicely; a first versus second match-up, whoever wins will take control at the top of the table.

Dulwich are displaying some fine form of their own however, they hit six without reply against Fulham Sedgehill on Wednesday, applying the pressure to the current league leaders.

Elsewhere, Thamesmead Town put in an emphatic performance of their own, they were 5-1 victors against an impressive Charlton Athletic outfit.

Sudayisi Sendege opened the scoring for The Mead, he skipped past two players on the right and superbly drilled it into the bottom right-hand corner.

Charlton responded with a goal of their own, levelling the scores once again. Myron Dixon restored his side’s lead, with a left-footed strike which found its way into the bottom corner.

Thamesmead began to grow in confidence as the first-half went on and they extended their lead further, when a lofted free-kick fell to Kiitan Oluwasere in The Addicks’ penalty area, he controlled with his chest and dispatched a half-volley into the back of the net.

Ade Adeniran made it 4-1 in the second-half, when his effort flew in off the underside of the crossbar. Club captain, Dante McIntosh, concluded the scoring later in the half, he glided past a Charlton defender, before blazing his effort into the roof on the net.

Ian Docker, was full of praise for his side: “It was a very pleasing result and the lads are now realising that discipline, patience and organisation is vital.”

Brentford Bees continued to rise-up the table with a brilliant 7-0 victory against struggling Millwall Lions.

Photo courtesy of Jack Parkinson (Phoenix Sports)

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