The Whites first away game of the season saw them travel to Three Bridges. After a great win last week the Whites were full of confidence before the game, however it was the home side that started well.
Bromley found it difficult to settle in to their usual passing game as Three Bridges pressed high and gave the Whites little chance to settle.
On 25 minutes Three Bridges took the lead. A free kick from around 40 yards out was headed down across the box and an unmarked player finished to put Three Bridges 1-0 up.
Bromley struggled to gain a foothold in the game but on 44 minutes a good bit of combination play from Harry Adams and Trey Small saw a headed through ball to Harry Adams who struck emphatically past the goalkeeper in to the bottom left hand corner. 1-1 at half time.
Second half started a lot more positively for the Whites, showing more desire and coping better with the physicality of the home side.
On 52 minutes Harry Adams found himself in a good position on the right side of the area, but unfortunately couldn’t keep his shot down as it sailed over the bar.
As Bromley started to dominate the half they were creating plenty of chances but lacked the clinical edge to find the back of the net. Chances fell to Jesiah Gordon, Trey Small and with the last play of the game Jason Wyatt crossed from the left but an unmarked Clayton Ryan couldn’t keep his header down.
A much better half from the Whites but failed to take their chances.