This Tuesday evening, the Seagulls head to south-west London, where they will face Dulwich Hamlet at the home of Tooting & Mitcham in search of another league win this season.
Following their first league win of the season away to Hungerford Town on Saturday, Marc McGregor’s men will be looking to keep up their momentum after a draw and a win in ther last two league games. Brad Ash will look to keep up his goalscoring form after two goals in his last two appearances, while Gethyn Hill made his return on Saturday after missing the past two games and Eli Phipps continues to make his way back to full fitness.
Dulwich Hamlet have recently picked up form in their first season at National League South level, having won four of their last eight games in the league, including victories over Woking, Chippenham Town and St Albans City. At Hamlet, 39 year-old manager Gavin Rose, who is the club’s longest serving manager, has built a well disciplined and organised side, who will provide a tough test to the possession style favoured by Weston.