The Non-League Football Paper - - NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH - By Dar­ren Barnard

MATTY WICHELOW’s early opener, and a goal from more fa­mil­iar scorer Chris Dick­son, helped Hamp­ton to their first win in six games.

Dulwich’s win­less streak was ex­tended to four games af­ter they con­ceded twice in the first 11 min­utes and never re­cov­ered, despite ex­ert­ing plenty of pres­sure on the Hamp­ton goal.

Wichelow en­tered the Ham­let box in the fifth minute and only had one in­ten­tion, which he ex­e­cuted fan­tas­ti­cally, ri­fling the ball into the top cor­ner.

The Beavers dou­bled the lead six min­utes later when debu­tant Nana Kyei ran down the left flank and picked out Dick­son who beat his marker at the near post and tapped the ball in.

The vis­i­tors had the ma­jor­ity of pos­ses­sion af­ter the sec­ond goal and great link-up play be­tween Quade Tay­lor and De­car­rey Sher­iff forced a goal-sav­ing block from mid­fielder Tyrell Miller-Rod­ney be­fore the break.

Ham­let’s sus­tained pres­sure con­tin­ued on Tom Love­lock’s goal at the be­gin­ning of the sec­ond half as Hamp­ton looked nervy.

Do­minic Vose’s left­footed ef­fort went a whisker wide of the right-hand post.

And Dulwich had other chances to get back into the game but couldn’t take them.

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