UNBEATEN Dulwich are three points clear at the top of Division One South after beating Merstham 3-1 at Champion Hill last night (Tuesday) while Bognor suffered their first league defeat since March 19, going down by the same score at Corinthian-Casuals.
Sanchez Ming broke the deadlock at Dulwich just before half-time, only for Roscoe Dsane to equalise with a penalty in the 48th minute. Mu Maan restored Dulwich’s lead six minutes later and Frankie Sawyer quickly added his ninth league goal of the season, putting him level with Wingate’s Leon Smith at the head of the Golden Boot race.
Saheed Sankoh headed Corinthian-Casuals into a fifth-minute lead against one of his former clubs and Steve Goddard made the most of a fumble by Bognor keeper Craig Stoner to make it 2-0 after 21 minutes. Jason Prior pulled one back on 36 minutes but Goddard raced clear to restore the two-goal gap before the interval.
Godalming missed the chance to take over second place when they had to settle for a 1-1 draw at Walton Casuals, who took the lead with a Danny Buckle penalty on the hour. Jamie McClurg squared it in the 75th minute.
Walton & Hersham slipped into the relegation zone after their 2-0 defeat at Chipstead, who scored 25 minutes into each half. Julien Thompson and Andrew Dalhouse were the marksmen.
It was the same scoreline at Faversham, where Crawley Down were unable to build on Saturday’s maiden Ryman League victory. Aaron Quain gave the Kent side a half-time lead and Tom Hickman doubled it five minutes after the break.
Sittingbourne came from behind to win 2-1 in their deby at Whitstable. Stuart Vahid scored for the Oystermen on 22 minutes, Colin Richmond equalised on the hour and Hicham Akhazzan won it for the Brickies with 15 minutes left.
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