It was an afternoon to forget in the South London sunshine for Maidenhead, as they were beaten 4-1 by Bromley at Hayes Lane. 
The first chance of the game fell to the Magpies just before the 10-minute mark, as a corner from Adams found Pettit in the box, but his headed effort was cleared off the line by the Bromley defence. 
Maidenhead had another chance a few minutes later. After a good piece of skill, Reece Smith picked out Charlee Adams, whose shot from distance was saved well by Smith. 
Despite Maidenhead having the better of the chances early on, it would be the hosts who took the lead. Michael Cheek was picked out in the box, and fired his shot low past Craig Ross. 
Bromley and Michael Cheek doubled their goal tally shortly after the half an hour mark, as the striker's left footed attempt found the bottom right corner. 
Sam Woods poked home at the back stick in added time to make it 3-0 to the hosts just before the half time break. 
HALF TIME - Bromley 3 - 0 Maidenhead United 
Bromley started the second half just as they ended the first, as in the opening minutes of the half, Louis Dennis cut onto his left foot and placed his shot into the far right corner. 
The Magpies were handed a lifeline shortly after, as Harry Parsons was played through on goal, but unselfishly squared the ball to Chanka Zimba who passed into an empty net for his first Maidenhead goal. 
Bromley came close to adding a fifth late on, but Craig Ross got down well to stop the shot from creeping in. 
FULL TIME - Bromley 4 - 1 Maidenhead United 
Maidenhead United - Craig Ross, Zico Asare, Sam Beckwith, Kevin Lokko, Kane Ferdinand, Jayden Mitchell-Lawson (Parsons 46’), Casey Pettit, Reece Smith, Remy Clerima, Chanka Zimba (Omilabu 67’), Charlee Adams (De Havilland 46’) 
Bromley - Grant Smith, Callum Reynolds, Sam Woods (Vennings 67’), Josh Passley (Arthurs 61’), Michael Cheek, Louis Dennis (Miller 76’), Chin Okoli, Byron Webster, Corey Whitely, Bes Topalloj, Ben Krauhaus 
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