Wednesday, 6 May 2015


Dulwich Hamlet may not be able to play their Ryman Premier Division play-off game at Margate at the moment due to the ongoing situation with Enfield Town but their will be a game at Champion Hill on Sunday against local Kent County League side Peckham Town.

The game kicks off at 2pm with admission £3 and £1 for concessions. All proceeds go to Hamlet's official charity partner for 2015/16 Cooltan Arts who work locally in Mental Health. This is to mark Mental Health Awareness Week which runs from May 11th to 19th.  

There is also a supporter's game in the morning against the fans of Wingate and Finchley which kicks off at 10.30am.

Peckham Town have a chance of winning* their NRG Kent County League Division One (West) with just one game left to be played tonight. They are currently in third place and face second placed Bexley at The Menance Arena where they must win and hope that table topper's Halstead fail to beat Phoenix Sports in their game. 

* Peckham's game was called off at Belvedere on Saturday due to the home side being unable to raise a side - The league have yet to award Peckham the three points but it is thought this will be the case.

The future looks good for Peckham Town with some ground improvements taking place and also the formation of a fans group you can find on twitter @MenaceUltras

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