3 - 3
Hayes Lane, Sat 10th Dec @ 3:00 pm
The Ravens were involved in a six-goal thriller at home to Wealdstone on Saturday, coming from behind on three occasions.
The Bromley bench included Finlay Lovatt, Kellen Fisher and Ben Krauhaus, who looked to be coming on shortly before the third goal.
The visitors could have opened the scoring with just seconds on the clock as Olufela Olomola poked an effort just wide of the post.
Giovanni McGregor also nearly opened the scoring, watching his dipping free-kick bounce narrowly past the post.
Up the other end and Harry Forster did well to find Adam Marriott whose effort from a tight angle was well saved.
However, on 41 minutes, the visitors did take the lead through Olomola, taking a one-goal advantage into the break.
It was the Ravens who came out for the second half on the front foot and it paid off when Omar Sowunmi added to his impressive tally of the season, heading in a corner.
However, celebrations were short-lived as Tarryn Allarakhia put the visitors back infront.
Just past the hour mark and an Ethan Coleman cross was headed home by Jude Arthurs to make it 2-2.
A brilliant Alex Dyer strike regained Wealdstone’s lead for the third time before Sowunmi looked to add to his earlier goal with a stunning strike from range.
One man who did add to his earlier goal was Arthurs who poked home a late equaliser and despite late pressure from Wealdstone, the points were shared.