Saturday 9 April 2016.
Dartford stayed in the hunt for a National South play-off place with victory in the Kent derby at Maidstone on Saturday.
Tony Burman, back in the Darts dugout after illness, saw Nathan Ferguson score a second-half winner after Keaton Wood’s own goal had cancelled out an Elliot Bradbrook penalty.
Darts finished the game with outfield player Lee Burns in goal after Deren Ibrahim suffered a late arm injury but United couldn't beat him.
The Stones look certain to have to concentrate on the play-offs now after they suffered back-to-back defeats at the Gallagher Stadium with Kent rivals Dartford boosting their own chances of making the play-offs with the victory.
Maidstone United: Keaton Wood (O.G) 55 Dartford: Elliot Bradbrook 10, Nathan Ferguson 71 Maidstone United: Lee Worgan, Callum Driver, Bobby-Joe Taylor, Callum Davies, Manny Parry, James Rogers, Charles Banya (Alex Flisher 59), Dan Sweeney (Dumebi Dumaka 60), Jay May, Jack Paxman, Matt Bodkin (Alex Akrofi 80). Subs not used: Adam Birchall, Vas Karagiannis. Dartford: Deren Ibrahim (Lee Burns 90), Tom Gardiner, Tom Wynter, Ronnie Vint, Keaton Wood, Nathan Ferguson, Ryan Hayes, Elliot Bradbrook, Andy Pugh, Barry Cogan (Ben Francis 67), Danny Harris (Lee Noble 22). Subs not used: George Sykes, Becka-Kah Dembele.
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