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Tony Burman open to the possibility of Dartford players turning out for Princes Park tenants Greenwich Borough

Tony Burman
Tony Burman

Some of Dartford's players could get game time in the Kent League next season as part of the club's agreement to groundshare with Greenwich Borough.

Greenwich will play their home games at Princes Park in 2013-14 after five seasons as Holmesdale's tenants at Oakley Road in Bromley.

Darts manager Tony Burman is open to the possibility of young players from the Conference Premier club turning out in Greenwich colours.

He said: "That's an option for them. They've got their players but if their manager is looking for players, the option is there if he wants to watch some of ours.

"If he's looking at players to play for them, that's fine. It makes it a lot easier.

"We've been trying to close the gap between the boys in the academy, the under-18s, and the first team. We've been discussing various options regarding under-21s but it hasn't come off like we wanted. I'm disappointed with that.

"The Kent League need to have a look at things, in my opinion, to find space for an under-21 league. It's got to be done right and the standard in that league has got to be high."

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