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Sat 10 Oct 15:00 - The Ryman Football League - Premier Division Attendance 456

Boro' battered as Dulwich Hamlet hit four on the road

Dulwich Hamlet moved up to second place in the Premier Division as Farnborough were put to sword

Farnborough 1 Dulwich Hamlet 4
Ryman League Premier Division
Saturday 10th October 2015

Dulwich Hamlet were back in league action away to floundering Farnborough picking up a resounding 4-1 win that propelled the club up to second spot in the Ryman Premier Division. It was a fully-deserved victory and the first half display was probably as good as anything the team has produced so far this season.

The starting line showed just one change from the previous league game with new signing from Kingstonian, Dan Sweeney, going straight into the midfield with Jordan Hibbert named on the substitutes’ bench.

Farnborough 1 - 4 Dulwich Hamlet, 10th October 2015
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After a slow start Dulwich Hamlet gradually settled into their stride and the opening goal, coming in the 11th minute, followed some neat passing. Eventually, Jacob Erskine knocked the ball wide out to Rhys Murrell-Williamson on the left and his quick cross into the goalmouth was polished off with relish by Damian Scannell, Dulwich continued to press and Dan Sweeney drove wide of the near post after smart play from Jacob Erskine on the right wing. Shortly afterwards home ‘keeper Joe Tupper snatched the ball off the feet of Jacob Erskine after the latter had been played in by Damian Scannell.

An isolated raid by Farnborough ended with a shot from Tommy Wright deflected just over the crossbar but the hosts were soon under pressure once more and in the 28th minute Dulwich Hamlet extended their advantage with a second goal. Tupper blocked well at the feet of Damian Scannell but the Hamlet quickly regained possession and Jordan Brown’s left-wing cross was headed firmly over the ‘keeper by skipper Danny Waldren. Minutes later a 20-yard drive from Dan Sweeney was deflected narrowly past the upright. At the other end, Boro’s leading marksman Bobbie Dale went close with an angled shot from 15 yards just before the break but it was a rare moment of threat as Dulwich Hamlet went into the interval good value for their two goal advantage.

Dulwich Hamlet quickly regained the ascendancy after the half-time break and a shot from the narrowest of angles by Rhys Murrell-Williamson on the left was almost turned into his own net by a home defender. However, a third goal was not far away. Damian Scannell as brought down as he cut inside from the right into the area and once more Ashley Carew made no mistake with a confident penalty finish.

Tupper then saved well from Danny Waldren before Rhys Murrell-Williamson fired over the goal after a solo run down the left. However, in the 57th minute, Dulwich Hamlet received a jolt as Tommy Wright pulled a goal back as his shot from 15 yards out took a deflection to loop over the arms of Phil Wilson. This seemed to add a spark of life to Farnborough ranks and for a time it was Dulwich who were on the back foot, forced to defend in depth for the first time in the game. Harry Williams went down under the challenge of Ethan Pinnock as the striker turned on the edge of the area; howls for a red card from the home support but the Dulwich defender escaped with just a caution. From the free kick Phil Wilson almost fumbled the ball but just managed to turn it around the post. The Dulwich ‘keeper atoned as he pulled off a key save to deny Dale. After Jordan Brown was caught napping a low cross flashed across the face of goal then out the other side with no one on hand to apply a killer touch.

Dulwich managed to weather the storm and as the contest entered the closing stages the side regained their composure. At the death the icing on the cake was applied with a fourth goal. Jordan Hibbert’s right wing cross was laid back by Jamie Mascoll and Dan Sweeney turned sharply before, from 15 yards out, striking home a shot that took a deflection of a defender to leave Tupper flatfooted.

Farnborough: Joe Tupper; Marc Ethelston; Chinua Cole; Perry Ryan (Jack Barton 24); Tom Broadbent (Martin Dynan 24); CJ Fearn; Lewis Collins; Matt Bevans; Bobbie Dale; Harry Williams (Nathan Chambers 82); Tommy Wright
Subs not used: Dean Joseph-Whittingham; Nicholas Brown

Dulwich Hamlet: Phil Wilson; Mitchell Nelson; Jordan Brown; Danny Waldren; Osei Sankofa; Ethan Pinnock; Dan Sweeney; Ashley Carew; Jacob Erskine (Jordan Hibbert 78); Damian Scannell (Calum Willock 88); Rhys Murrell-Williamson (Jamie Mascoll 88)
Subs not used: Matt Drage; Josh Fernandes

Farnborough: Tommy Wright (57)
Dulwich Hamlet: Damian Scannell (11); Danny Waldren (28); Ashley Carew (pen 51); Dan Sweeney (90)

Attendance: 456

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Key moments

Goal Damian Scannell scores for Dulwich Hamlet
Goal Danny Waldren scores for Dulwich Hamlet
Scored Penalty Ashley Carew scores a penalty for Dulwich Hamlet
Goal Tommy Wright scores for Farnborough
Goal Dan Sweeney scores for Dulwich Hamlet

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83:00 Sub Off
Harry Williams is substituted off for Farnborough
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Nathan Chambers is substituted on for Farnborough
57:00 Goal 1 - 3
Tommy Wright scores for Farnborough
End of period 1
25:00 Sub Off
Tom Broadbent is substituted off for Farnborough
25:00 Sub On
Martin Dynan is substituted on for Farnborough
24:00 Sub Off
Perry Ryan is substituted off for Farnborough
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Jack Barton is substituted on for Farnborough
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As it happened

  • Farnborough
  • Dulwich Hamlet
  • 0
  • Dan Sweeney Assist 11:00'
  • Damian Scannell Goal 11:00'
  • Jack Barton Sub On 24:00'
  • Perry Ryan Sub Off 24:00'
  • Martin Dynan Sub On 25:00'
  • Tom Broadbent Sub Off 25:00'
  • Danny Waldren Goal 28:00'
  • Rhys Murrell-Williamson Assist 28:00'
  • Damian Scannell Assist 51:00'
  • Ashley Carew Scored Penalty 51:00'
  • Tommy Wright Goal 57:00'
  • Ethan Pinnock Yellow Card 58:00'
  • Jordan Hibbert Sub On 77:00'
  • Jacob Erskine Sub Off 77:00'
  • Nathan Chambers Sub On 83:00'
  • Harry Williams Sub Off 83:00'
  • Jamie Mascoll Sub On 86:00'
  • Rhys Murrell-Williamson Sub Off 86:00'
  • Calum Willock Sub On 87:00'
  • Damian Scannell Sub Off 87:00'
  • Dan Sweeney Goal 90:00'

Team selection

Wilson, Phil Wilson, Phil
Nelson, Mitchell Nelson, Mitchell
Brown, Jordan Brown, Jordan
Sankofa, Osei Sankofa, Osei
Pinnock, Ethan Pinnock, Ethan
Waldren, Danny Waldren, Danny
Carew, Ashley Carew, Ashley
Sweeney, Dan Sweeney, Dan
Scannell, Damian Scannell, Damian
Murrell-Williamson, Rhys Murrell-Williamson, Rhys
Erskine, Jacob Erskine, Jacob
Dulwich Hamlet
  • 1. Joe Tupper
  • 2. Marc Ethelston
  • 3. Chinua Cole
  • 4. Perry Ryan
  • 5. Tom Broadbent
  • 6. CJ Fearn
  • 7. Lewis Collins
  • 8. Matt Bevans
  • 9. Bobbie Dale
  • 10. Harry Williams
  • 11. Tommy Wright
  • 12. Jack Barton
  • 13. Dean Joseph-Whittingham
  • 14. Nicholas Brown
  • 15. Martin Dynan
  • 16. Nathan Chambers

League round up

League table

# Team Pl Pts
1. Hampton & Richmond Borough 46 95
2. Bognor Regis Town 46 94
3. East Thurrock United 46 91
4. Tonbridge Angels 46 85
5. Dulwich Hamlet 46 81
6. Enfield Town 46 80
7. Kingstonian 46 73


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