Bromley keep up promotion charge with Maidenhead win

PUBLISHED: 15:14 24 March 2014 | UPDATED: 15:15 24 March 2014

Bromley secured their second successive win with a 6-1 thrashing of Maidenhead United.

The Ravens took the lead on 28 minutes when Bradley Goldberg tapped in and Pierre Joseph-Dubois nodded in a free-kick to double the advantage.

Joseph-Dubois doubled his tally before half-time with an emphatic volley from a tight angle and Bromley were home and dry.

Harry Grant pulled a goal back from Maidenhead early in the second half but Jay May’s acrobatic volley restored the three goal advantage.

The game was well and truly ended as a contest as Goldberg drew a foul out of Leon Solomon in the penalty area, who was sent off.

Goldberg stroked the ball into the corner to make it 5-1.

Reece Tilson-Lascaris hit the post for Maidenhead as they went in search of a consolation but Goldberg set up substitute Louis Dennis to complete the scoring and wrap up the three points.

The Ravens return to the top of the Conference South table, one point clear of Eastleigh who have two games in hand.

Bromley travel to Staines Town on tomorrow night before another away game against Eastbourne Borough on Saturday.

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