Rebels defeated at home

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Att: 531
Slough Town
Worsfold (38)
1 - 2
Dulwich Hamlet
Allassani (52), Sekajja (79)
Josh Jackman
For the second time in four days, Slough were back at Arbour Park as they faced Dulwich Hamlet, writes Henry Cheal.

It proved to be a disappointing game in the end for the Rebels, as Dulwich turned the game around in the second half despite being a goal down by the half time mark.

In a very end to end game where both teams tried to get the opening big chance in, it took until the half hour mark for Slough to have their first big chance of the game. Ben Harris had an attempt inside the box but was deflected off the Dulwich defence and went out for a corner.

But just eight minutes from half time, Slough took the lead out of nowhere as Max Worsfold added to his goal tally for the season by blasting the ball at full power, leaving Nathan Harness with no chance at all to keep it out of the goal.

Hamlet got out of the gates well in the second half and just six minutes in, they levelled up the affair as Reise Allassani headed in from close range after the ball was nodded back across goal.

Slough almost regained the lead straight after the equalising goal as Tyler Goodrham’s effort from inside Dulwich’s box went just wide of the near post. Just four minutes later, they came close again as Jackman squared it in the box, but no one could quite get the touch to put the ball in the net.

Goodrham came close again on 68 minutes, this time his attempt coming from 30 yards out, but his low powerful effort just went wide of the post.

On 78 minutes, Dulwich took the lead for the first time in the match as Ibra Sekajja, who was brought on just a few minutes prior, took advantage from a Lee Togwell mistake and slotted past North with ease into the bottom corner of the goal.

North made an important save just three minutes before injury time as he prevented the away side having a two-goal cushion as he stopped Chike Kandi’s attempt as it was reaching the very top corner of the goal.

Imran Kayani attempted a header from a Josh Jackman cross in the dying embers of the game but the ball flew agonisingly wide.

Image: Philip Benton

Dulwich Hamlet Line up

Nathan Harness, Tyrone Sterling, Andre Blackman, Jordan Higgs, Jack Holland (c), Ronnie Vint, Jordan Green, Giovanni McGregor (Jazz Barnum-Bobb 40), Danny Mills (Chike Kandi 84), James Dayton, Reise Allassani (Ibra Sekajja 74). Unused substitutes: Adam Leathers, Jamie Splatt.

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