Dulwich Hamlet reveresed the form book this afternoon and gained their first victory in nine games to keep up their play-off challenge in the Ryman Premier Division. Enfield Town didn't really show up in the first half which the home side dominated with many mis-placed passes from the away side inviting Hamlet on to attack and take a 2-0 lead into the break. Their first goal was scored via a penalty - there were no arguments with the foul given in the box. Ashley Carew confidently scored from the spot. Hamlet added a second when Albert Jarrett seized upon a poor ball from the back to cross for Xavier Vidal to score.
|DULWICH HAMLET KEEPER PHIL WILSON PLAYED WITH A UNIQUE FACE PROTECTOR/MASK|