Published: 07:48, 23 July 2019
| Updated: 07:48, 23 July 2019
It's easy to forget what a remarkable career Ryan Hayes has enjoyed at Dartford.
Plucked from the Kent League in 2005, he's since played more than 600 games in four different divisions.
We asked Hayes to pick his top five matches when he joined us in the studio and some great memories came flooding back as he re-lived those magic moments.
He's won three promotions with the Darts and scored more than 100 goals but there have been some dark days too.
Back-to-back relegation seasons and a knee injury tested him mentally while keyboard warriors also knocked his confidence at times.
But very few players in the non-league game have a highlights reel as good as Hayes, who tells us he's determined to finish on a high at Princes Park before going into management.
Sit back and enjoy some great tales including the team-mate who missed a game because he couldn't remember where he'd parked his car.
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