The Menace made a trio of changes from the previous game, with George Legg returning between the sticks and Herve Mbongue recalled to the starting eleven. Habib Bashir was rewarded for his performances in the Academy team and started in the centre of defence, despite being only sixteen years of age.
The Menace performed well in the first half and had opportunities to take the lead, but Valentine Tyrell and Marcus Black up top were not able to take them. Instead it was the visitors’ prolific striker that bagged a brace for the visitors. Two searching balls forward found Louie Clarke, and he drilled a left and right foot finish past George Legg in goal.
Bryan Hall, Chair and Founded, said “With a number of regulars still unavailable to Mary Phillip [Town’s Manager), and the high number of games at the start of the KCFL season, then this South London derby came at the wrong time for us.”
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Peckham Town (4-4-2): George Legg; Youssef Bouimane, Habib Bashir, Hady Traore, Stefan Livingston; Kevin Dance, Jefroy Leslie, Herve Mbongue, Nicky Meta (c); Valentine Tyrell, Marcus Black. Substitutes: John Akoto, Norman Hong, Ridy Ngimbi, Ashley Myers (unused) and Tommy Hobson (unused)
Bromleians: not listed on Full Time website
Referee: John Barnard; Assistants: Stan Tom and Ian Newman