Match Report by Allan Mitchell
It proved to be a frustrating afternoon for the Tudors as the ten men of Dulwich came away with a hard earned point in a feisty affair at Vauxhall Road.
Hamlet have keeper Charlie Granger to thank after an inspired second half display that kept the home side at bay, saving several goal bound efforts, some at point blank range but he also had the woodwork come to his rescue on two occasions when he did find himself beaten.
Ex Tudor Deon Moore had the first real chance on 15 minutes when he broke away down the right and fired in from a tight angle but the ball skidded wide of the far post.Hemel looked the more likely to score after this and hit the bar when Stephen Duke McKenzie curled a lovely free kick over the wall. Gus Scott-Morriss picked up a poor clearance after a corner wasn’t dealt with but he put his effort over from the edge of the box and Jonathan Lacey drove just inches past the post shortly after.