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It’s first versus third in the table when back to form Folkestone Invicta travel to south east London to take on leaders Dulwich Hamlet in the Bostik Premier Division on Saturday.

And there’s likely to be added spice to an already heady mixture with Invicta expected find themselves facing one of the hottest current properties in non-league football.

Former Crystal Palace youngster Riese Allassani grabbed a hat-trick for the Hamlet in their 4-0 trouncing of close rivals Kingstonian on New Year’s Day and has been scoring at better than a goal-a-game for Gavin Rose’s side since joining them in October.

The London-born former England Under 17 international – who celebrates his 22nd birthday today – Thursday –played for Palace at both Under 18 and Under 23 level, but suffered a setback with a serious knee injury a couple of seasons back.


He had a brief loan spell at Bromley, but returned to Selhurst Park before, we assume being released and told his Twitter followers this week: “Buzzing to score a hat-trick in front of a crowd of 1,500 on Monday. 15 goals in 12 starts for Dulwich.”

Hamlet boss Rose must have been delighted after persuading Allessani to sign a contract with the Champion Hill outfit a month or so ago, but seems half resigned already to losing the player if the big clubs come in with a serious offer.

Given Dulwich’s difficult ongoing situation with their owners, Meadow Residential, in which the Football Club seemingly is trapped in the middle of what is said to be a fractious row between Meadow and Southwark Council, money may well talk if the player is persuaded to try his luck at a higher level in the current January transfer window.


Manager Rose would love to keep his free-scoring starlet for the rest of this season and their ongoing battle with mega-rich Billericay Town at the top of the Bostik Premier League, but has revealed that half a dozen Championship clubs and one Premiership team have already made enquiries about Allassani.

Rose added that the club have ‘a bottom-line figure’ in mind but that may well have to be changed if he carries on scoring goals at his current rate.

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