Published: 21:00, 25 April 2015
| Updated: 11:40, 26 April 2015
Dartford's disappointing Vanarama Conference season ended with dismal goalless draw against Lincoln City on Saturday.
Tony Burman's side finished second-bottom, six points adrift of rivals Welling United, who stayed up on the final day by virtue of goal difference.
In a game of few chances, skipper Elliot Bradbrook twice fired wide of the post at Princes Park while at the other end Deren Ibrahim tipped a header from City striker Jordan Burrow over the bar.
Harry Crawford replaced Andy Pugh for the final 25 minutes and went closest for the hosts, seeing a curling shot saved by Imps keeper Aidan Grant, but neither side could find a way of breaking the deadlock infront of more than 1,200 fans.
The stalemate was Darts' 15th of the season, the second most in the division, one behind Bristol Rovers, though their final win tally of eight in 46 games was two fewer than any other side.
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