The fans went home happy from Champion Hill yesterday...

The fans went home happy from Champion Hill yesterday...

By Liam Hickey
6 January 2013
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& here is what some of them thought, talking to Hamlet Pitchero:

Matt Hammond, Brixton:

"You can't argue with the result, we just left it a little late for my liking. It would have be different if the penalty had gone in earlier. But we deserved the result."

Joe Hickey, St. Mary Cray:

"It was a good performance in the end, good to get a win after Tuesday. As we go into the New Year we will get stronger week by week. This keeps us top of the table, I'm really hoping for promotion after the last two disappointments."

Gareth Toombes, Wallington:

"The first half was all ours, but they always seem to do ok against us, but we showed more intent in the second half, & the first goal made us more relaxed, they have been a bit of a bogey side,& their young keeper did well."

Steve Rickerby, Peckham:

"It was hard work, not unexpected, they're a hard team to play against. I was pleased Erhun scored after the penalty miss, he deserved it. These are the sort of results we need to go up."

Neil Cole, East Dulwich:

"Successful day all round. Three nil on the pitch & well over a hundred pounds raised in our "12th Man" bucket! It's great to see so many different Hamlet fans take such an interest & throw in the coins & even notes, it shows how much everyone cares about the fortunes of the Club!"

Alex Atack, East Dulwich:

"A good win in the end, glad we got the goals, in the later stages for a good finish, to make it convincing."

Paul Griffin, Old Kent Road:

"Shows we are no longer a soft touch in this division. We can fight to the end when others weaken. The opposition might tire but we go the full 110 yards, we burst through the tape."

Christian Burt, Nunhead:

"Dulwich Hamlet showed their usual competitiveness & perseverance against a well organised and not unimpressive Corinthian-Casuals. It made that journey to Tolworth back in October all the more worthwhile, to see The Hamlet win 3-0 today. It was a great 'anniversary' of the 'Erhun Oztumer' song, which we first sang at the away game, too!"

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