The Ravens fell to defeat at Chesterfield, losing 3-2 in Derbyshire.

Jeff King struck at goal in the hosts’ first chance of the game, but it was comfortable enough for Tom Smith to handle.

However, moments later and the Chesterfield man did have his goal, bending low past the Bromley ‘keeper on 12 minutes.

Omar Sowunmi then saw a header saved after a Byron Webster throw was headed on by Adam Marriott before Darren Oldaker had a great chance to make it two soon after.

It only took the Ravens six minutes into the second period to get on the score-sheet, Marriott blasting home from close range following some great play from Corey Whitely.

However, nine minutes later and the hosts regained their advantage with Ollie Banks heading home from close range.

Armando Dobra almost buried a third, but his effort whistled wide. However, two did become three with 20 minutes remaining as Kabongo Tshimanga netted from the spot.

Manager Andy Woodman was shown a straight red shortly before Marriott netted yet another Bromley brace, heading in at the back-post.

Chances from James Vennings and Whitely followed, but Chesterfield saw out the three points.

Following the game, Omar Sowunmi was shown a red card.

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