The Ravens returned to winning ways on Saturday as they beat Dorking Wanderers 3-2 away from home.

Andy Woodman’s men who played the majority of the game with 10 men following Corey Whitely’s second bookable offence in the first half.

Reece Hannam and Billy Bingham were also both forced off with injuries.

However, the visitors still came away with a much needed three points.

Michael Cheek posed a threat throughout the game and opened the scoring on 37 minutes, netting his third in four games.

Before that though, Harry Forster cut inside before striking into the arms of Joe Walsh after Adam Marriott tried a spectacular lob from range, seeing his effort land past the post.

Whitely received his dismissal on 41 minutes and Dorking equalised four minutes into 11 added on at the end of the first half. Harry Ottaway with the goal.

However, the celebrations were short-lived as Omar Sowunmi popped up with a headed goal following a fantastic ball into the box by Hannam.

Forster then gave the Ravens a two-goal cushion on 54 minutes, cutting inside before firing low, his effort proving to hot for Walsh.

Since Bromley’s third, Dorking were on a constant attack and should have scored with 20 minutes to go had it not been for a fantastic Tom Smith double save.

Jimmy Muitt hit the bar from four yards out in what proved to be the best chance for Dorking before they pulled a goal back through Ryan Seager.

A nervy end, which included another fantastic save by Smith, kept supporters on the edge of their seat, but the Ravens saw out a vital three points.

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