Deji Elerewe helped Bromley secure a place in the National League play-offs on Saturday with a 2-0 triumph over third-placed Chesterfield Town.
The 19-year-old academy graduate played the full 90 minutes at Hayes Lane as the Ravens stretched their unbeaten run to eight games and climbed up to sixth. Bromley conclude the regular season at Oldham Athletic on Saturday evening.
Richard Chin put in a man-of-the-match display for Dartford in their 2-1 win at home to St Albans City, a result that secured second spot for Alan Dowson’s side. The 20-year-old was also named in the Vanarama National League South Team of the Week.
The Darts finish the regular campaign at Hampton & Richmond Borough this Saturday and will then take on the winner of the fifth v sixth eliminator in the play-off semi-finals on Sunday, May 7th.
Mack Reilly opened the scoring in Corinthian Casuals’ season finale, though he and Sahid Kamara ultimately suffered late disappointment as they lost 2-1 at home to Billericay Town. That result means the already-relegated Casuals finish the Isthmian League Premier Division campaign in 21st.
Charlie Barker played the entirety of Wealdstone’s 2-2 draw with Dorking Wanderers at Grosvenor Vale. The Stones currently sit 14th in the National League with two games remaining and host Solihull Moors on Tuesday night.
Elsewhere in the fifth tier, Ryan Viggars started Maidstone United’s 5-2 reverse at home to high-flying Notts County. The already-relegated Stones conclude the season at Chesterfield Town on Saturday.
Jeremy Santos played 65 minutes of Tonbridge Angels 2-2 draw at Chippenham Town, a result which ends the Kent side’s National League South play-off hopes. The Angels head to Farnborough on Tuesday night for their final away game of the campaign.
Meanwhile, Dylan Gavin was an unused substitute in Welling United’s 3-2 win against National League South champions Ebbsfleet United at Park View Road. The Wings welcome Hampton & Richmond Borough to DA16 on Tuesday night.
Conor McGrandles earned his sixth consecutive start for Cambridge United, who lost 3-1 at league leaders Plymouth Argyle. The U’s now sit 22nd in League One, a point behind 20th-placed Oxford United having both played 43 games, and travel to 23rd-placed Accrington Stanley on Saturday in what could be a season-defining game for both sides.
Charlie Kirk remained on the bench as Burton Albion were condemned to a 1-0 reverse at Derby County. The Brewers, who are 18th in the third tier with four games remaining, head to Lincoln City on Tuesday night.
In League Two, Alex Gilbey’s Stevenage suffered a 1-0 loss at play-off hopefuls Mansfield Town. Steve Evans’ side remain in the automatic promotion places and will be looking to bounce back at Swindon Town on Tuesday night.
Diallang Jaiyesimi started AFC Wimbledon’s 5-1 reverse at home to Swindon Town. With two games remaining, the Wombles are 20th in the fourth tier and host Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
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(Photo: Dylan Clinton)