National League side Bromley are keen to use local SCEFL clubs to give some of the bright young stars minutes in mens football.
Late last week, winger Billy Craske and defender Briggs Ojemen joined Chislehurst based side Glebe on a dual-registration basis.
The 19 year old pair both started against Hollands and Blair on Saturday, with Craske netting a 65th debut minute goal to put Glebe 2-1 up in a tie they went on to win 3-1. Both played 90 minutes as they look to gain valuable game time.
Elsewhere, academy players Alex Brefo, who featured for the Bromley first team in pre-season, along with fellow scholars Klaudio Krasniqi and Shaike Kamara, played for Lordswood as they narrowly lost out 1-0 to Steyning Town. They have also featured throughout pre-season and in their first league game. Krasniqi has been captain for the Lords in their games.
Bromley are keen provide their fans with weekly updates on how their loan and dual-registration players are getting on.