Published: 11:12, 05 December 2012 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Dartford lost their second match in three days with a 1-0 defeat at Nuneaton on Tuesday.
The defeat followed Saturday's 3-2 reverse against Tamworth but Tony Burman's side remain in fifth place in the Blue Square Bet Premier standings.
Tuesday’s game was decided by a first-half injury-time strike from Andy Brown following a free-kick – the third game in a row that the Darts had conceded a goal in either first half or second-half injury-time.
Dartford looked sharper in the second half, especially after the introduction of Harry Crawford nine minutes after the break, while John Wallis and James Rogers, pictured, both failed to convert reasonable chances.
Darts appealed for a penalty when Danny Harris went over in the box after 55 minutes, but the decision went against them to sum up their night.
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