Dulwich Hamlet 2-1 East Thurrock United

(Tomlin 68’, Akinyemi 90+3’: Orsi-Dadomo 31’)

From Imperial Fields

National League South

EAST Thurrock United lost their second consecutive match in injury-time as Dulwich Hamlet scored in the dying embers to win 2-1 in the National League South.

Rocks had led at the break, Danilo Orsi-Dadomo netting his first for the club.

But that lead was not to last. Hamlet piled on the pressure and can feel aggrieved not to have levelled before they did, with a shot that appeared to cross the line not awarded by the officials.

Gavin Tomlin was to equalise 22 minutes from time. The striker headed past Jack Giddens from close range for the hosts first ever goal in the second tier.

But there was more drama to follow. Dipo Akinyemi beat the last defender and dinked the ball over Giddens to win the game.

East Thurrock United: Giddens, Harris, Stephen (Knight 86’), Konchesky, Burns, Scott, Simmons, Lee, Orsi-Dadomo, Derry, Levett (Kellum 57)