just above the drop zone, Weston came into the game in decent form, having
drawn one and won three of their previous four games, including last Saturday`s
`six-pointer` win over fourth-bottom Concord Rangers.
the Darts recent results have been patchy and they needed a win to get back
amongst the top five.
But it was the
Seagulls who opened the scoring in virtually their first foray forward in the
11th minute when recent signing Gethyn Hill scored from close range.
It took a while
for the Darts to get back into the game, but they finally restored parity just
shy of the hour-mark with a fine left-footed strike from Tom Wynter.
And on 66
minutes, Tony Burman`s side had the lead when Danny Harris slid in to score
from six yards.
showed why they have been getting some decent recent results and equalised just
5 minutes later when Lloyd Humphries` effort from 20 yards was deflected past
However, with 8
minutes remaining, Alex Brown (pictured) – who was the villain last Saturday when he was
sent-off in the Buildbase FA Trophy – became the hero with a terrific 20-yard
strike to win the game and lift the Darts to third spot.