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HomeSportFootballHamlet through after topsy-turvey tie with Hornchurch

Hamlet through after topsy-turvey tie with Hornchurch

Dulwich Hamlet scored two late goals to advance to the semi-finals of the Alan Turvey Trophy after a 3-2 win at AFC Hornchurch on Tuesday night.

The home side took the lead in the 38th minute through Kenzer Lee before Ibra Sekajja equalised before the break.

Tobi Coker put Hornchurch back in front but substitute Gavin Tomlin levelled with six minutes left and Ashley Carew, who had also come off the bench, flew a free-kick into the box that eluded everyone before finding the back of the net go steal the win.

Meanwhile, on Saturday, Hamlet’s Matt Drage put his side in front at table-toppers Bognor Regis Town in their Isthmian League Premier Division clash, but James Crane levelled five minutes from time.

 

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