The 25-year-old forward joined Bromley from Yeovil Town in January, scoring twice on his debut against King’s Lynn Town.
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Victory Adds To Daryl's Delight
Dagenham & Red-bridge made it two wins from two with a four-star show which proved too good for Bromley.
RED-HOT UNITED STAYING ON TOP
HAYES & Yeading remain the only side in the division with a 100 per cent record.
HURST: THAT'S FOR THE FANS
GRIMSBY Town boss Paul Hurst dedicated this victory over Weymouth to the club’s supporters as they made the perfect start to life back in the National League.
HUDLIN HAS THE STAR POWER!
NEAL ARDLEY ON LEAVING KYLE OUT
CARDS ARE DENIED AS SHAYMEN SET THE BAR
FC HALIFAX condemned new-look Woking to their first defeat of the campaign in a barn-storming game at Kingfield.
Omar red makes Gulls battle
GARY JOHNSON hailed a draw ‘that was as good as a win’ as his stubborn, well-organized side refused to buckle after losing defender Ali Omar to a red card in the 25th minute at Meadow Lane.
IT'S VITAL YOU HAVE A PLAN B
THINGS always pop up that you can’t control. Our for-ward, Joey Butlin, has decided to move on because of our training in the morning and his family commitments. Although we would have preferred to know a bit earlier – it means changing our recruitment strategy – he has to do what’s best for him.
CHAMPIONS ARE HELD BY PENYBONT
CHAMPIONS Connah’s Quay Nomads became the first side to blink in the race for the JC Cymru Premier League title as they dropped a point at Penybont.
HOME WILL HELP WOODS GROW!
IT was a real pleasure for me to be in attendance for the opening match at Woodford Town’s new Ashton’s Stadium this month.
BOSS RUSK IS A HAPPY HATTER!
STOCKPORT County boss Simon Rusk hailed the character of his side after inflicting a first-ever NonLeague defeat on Southend United.
Trio in court after man's fatal knifing
A BOY and two men are charged with murdering a man who had reportedly gone out to buy milk.
THE SIMPLEST OF PLEASURES
James Watts embraced slow design and pared-back beauty in the transformation of his bucolic cottage in New South Wales
London's first knife death of the year as two teenage boys in court charged with murders
A 15-YEAR-OLD and another aged 16 were appearing in court today charged with separate murders as London saw its first stabbing fatality of the year.
Shot of the month
Ron Timehin explores mystical cityscapes as part of his book London Fog
Bridget Rowe: Fleet St legend
TRAILBLAZING journalist and former Sunday People editor Bridget Rowe has passed away, aged 70.
EAGER REECO HAS STILL GOT POMPEY AIM
REECO Hackett-Fairchild is still determined to make his mark at Portsmouth – and reckons his temporary spell at Bromley is helping him rediscover his Mojo.
Meet the local NHS staff and community heroes who are going above and beyond during the Coronavirus pandemic and putting themselves on the front line to save lives
Kentish to their core
While Bromley marches on with its regeneration, nearby Biggin Hill continues to honour the important part it played in the Battle of Britain