Dulwich Hamlet are up to third in National League South after their 2-0 win at Chelmsford City at the EMG Inspire Stadium last weekend.
Gavin Rose’s side went in front after just five minutes in Essex, with Quade Taylor making a run to the front post from a corner from Giovanni McGregor to head beyond Jacob Marsden.
The visitors went two goals up in just the twelfth minute when McGregor curled in a 30-yard free-kick inside the left-hand post.
The Hamlet controlled the game in the first half, against a side with Teddy Sheringham’s son Charlie as well as former Millwall striker Simeon Jackson in the starting line-up.
Hamlet goalkeeper Charlie Grainger then made a number of good saves in the second half as Dulwich kept a clean sheet.
Rose’s side are third in the table with eleven points from six games. They have a game in hand on Dartford, who are top with nineteen points, and second-placed Maidstone Untied who have seventeen points.
The Hamlet’s next game is against Billericay Town at Champion Hill on Saturday, October 9.
Hamlet: Charlie Grainger; Jazzi Barnum-Bobb, Andre Blackman, Michael Timlin, Jack Holland, Quade Taylor, Giovanni McGregor, Danny Mills, Darren McQueen, Chike Kandi, Tyrone Sterling.
Subs: Jordan Green, Deon Moore, James Dayton, Jaydn Mundle-Smith, Andrew Harris-Sealy.