21 November 2017. Dartford give away a 3:2 advantage with a penalty in the last moments of the game to end 3:3. A hard fought match, with plenty of attacking play and a few missed chances.
Dartford remained top of National League South on Tuesday night despite conceding a late penalty to Wealdstone.
Darts twice came from behind thanks to Alfie Pavey before substitute Andy Pugh fired them ahead with 10 minutes left.
But Wealdstone's outstanding player, Daniel Green, converted a spot-kick three minutes from time before Darts' Lee Noble saw red in stoppage time. Darts finished with 10 men when Noble collected two bookings in the space of as many minutes. Referee Wayne Cartmel cautioned him for dissent and then Noble was shown another yellow card for a late foul near the halfway line.
Dartford: Ibrahim, Harris, Onyemah, Bonner, Vint, Brown (Hayes 57mins), Noble, Bradbrook, Pavey, Mfula (Pugh 68mins), Della-Verde (Murphy 76mins). Subs not used: Sho-Silva, Cue.
Wealdstone: North, Oshosi, Sellers, Olomowewe, Day, Cox, Williams (Fitchett 85mins), Okimo, Teryake, Green, Eisa. Subs not used: Goodger, Ngamvoulou, Brown, Whichelow.
Keywords:Dartford, League, National, Vanarama, Wealdstone, football, non-league, soccer
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