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01 March 2022 Venue Bericote Powerhouse Princes Park Stadium Attendance

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Match Preview: Dartford v Brentford B

A look ahead as the young Bees focus on London Senior Cup

28 February 2022

Brentford B return to action on Tuesday evening as they face Dartford in the Quarter-Final of the London Senior Cup in a 7:45pm kick-off.

The match will be held at Dartford’s Bericote Powerhouse Princes Park Stadium and you can be there to support the young Bees as they aim to seal themselves a place in their second Semi-Final of the season having got to that stage in the Middlesex Senior Cup.

The winner of this fixture will face either Erith Town or Barking who are set to play their Quarter-Final on 16 March. The other Semi-Final has been drawn already and Hendon FC will face Haringey Borough.

This will be the B Team’s first fixture in England since 25 January when they beat Harrow Borough on penalties to secure their place in this fixture. Since then they have competed in the Atlantic Cup in Portugal where they played three fixtures before their match earlier this week away from home against AS Monaco.

About Dartford

Dartford compete in the National League South and sealed themselves a place in this round having beaten Cockfosters 9-0. They also beat Athletic Newham 5-2 in the opening round of the competition.

The side are unbeaten at home since the start of the season in all competitions and will go into the match confident as they sit fourth in the league table. They didn’t play at the weekend, and their last match saw them beaten 2-1 away from home against Hungerford Town. Dartford are this season’s top scorers in the London Senior Cup having netted 14 times in their two fixtures.

Steve King took charge of Dartford in the early stages of the 2019/20 season. He took the role with the club occupying the bottom four but went on to guide them to the play-off final here they were beaten by Weymouth on penalties.

Ticket Prices

Ticket prices on the gate are as follows:

Adults: £10
Concessions (65+): £5
Youth (13-17): £2
Juniors (12 and under): £1

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Match Reports

Match Report and Match Highlights: Dartford 0 Brentford B 2

Young Bees claim victory over National League South side

3 March 2022

Brentford B made it through to their second Semi-Final of the season with a 2-0 win away from home against National League South side Dartford in the London Senior Cup.

The goals came in each half from Ryan Trevitt and Nathan Young-Coombes in what was an incredibly mature performance from Neil MacFarlane’s young side as they came up against a team who are unbeaten at home this season.

The home side started fairly brightly in rainy conditions and they fashioned their first chance when Jake Robinson saw his low effort deflect wide for a corner which The Bees dealt with well.

Dom Jefferies had Brentford’s first sight of goal with a powerful effort from the edge of the box which was well blocked before Robinson looked to threaten again when he looked to dart past Nico Jones in the area but the young defender slid in to win the ball with expert timing.

The Dartford forward then had another attempt on 25 minutes when a low cross into the box from the right-hand side found him at the near post but his first time volley edged over the bar.

Just five minutes later Brentford were ahead in style and it came through Trevitt with a piece of individual brilliance. A long ball forward was nodded down by Dartford and the youngster picked it up from deep before driving towards goal and curling home from the edge of the box with his right foot.

Four minutes later it could have been two when the goal scorer broke down the left-hand side as he slid to maintain control of the ball before charging forwards and threading in Myles Peart-Harris, but he was denied by the onrushing goalkeeper Dan Wilks.

A couple more attempts fell for Jefferies towards the end of the half, the first which was well blocked, but the second a chance he perhaps will have felt he could have done better with as he charged in on goal from the right before shooting into the side netting from a tight angle.

The Bees started the second period brightly too when Tristan Crama rose highest to get on the end of a corner but his glancing header edged just the wrong side of the post.

On 73 minutes the game could well have been out of sight for the hosts, who would soon be reduced to 10 men following an injury. Having already made their three changes they were unable to bring on a replacement for the final 15 minutes or so. That chance for Brentford fell for Daniel Oyegoke and it would have been a special goal. A wonderfully disguised pass from Peart-Harris caught out the Dartford back line and found the right back but he could only shoot wide of goal from a narrow angle on the right.

On 86 minutes the win was wrapped up when The Bees were awarded a penalty following a handball in the box. As Young-Coombes looked to check back onto his left foot a sliding Dartford player handled in the process and the referee had little option but to award the spot kick. The 19-year-old then stepped up to claim his 26th goal of the season.

Brentford B will face either Erith Town or Barking in the Semi-Finals. A date and time for that fixture will be confirmed in due course.

Dartford FC: Wilks, Roberts, Tiensia, Allen, Essam, Bonner, Alfa, Jebb, Robinson, Porter, Hyde

Subs: Murtagh, Azeez, Leonard, Kalala, Wynter

Brentford B: Cox, Oyegoke, Adedokun (Gordon, 70) Hockenhull, Jones, Jefferies, Young-Coombes (Mpongo, 83) Trevitt, Syla (Oksanen, 75), Crama, Peart-Harris

Subs not used: Rees, Russell

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Brentford B set for London Senior Cup Quarter-Final on Tuesday

Young Bees to face Dartford next week

27 February 2022

Next up for Brentford B is a trip to Dartford in the Quarter-Final of the London Senior Cup on Tuesday 1 March in a 7:45pm kick-off.

The match will be held at Dartford’s Bericote Powerhouse Princes Park Stadium and you can be there to support the young Bees as they aim to seal themselves a place in their second Semi-Final of the season having got to that stage in the Middlesex Senior Cup.

The winner of this fixture will face either Erith Town or Barking who are set to play their Quarter-Final on 16 March. The other Semi-Final has been drawn already and Hendon FC will face Haringey Borough.

This will be the B Team’s first fixture in England since 25 January when they beat Harrow Borough on penalties to secure their place in this fixture. Since then they have competed in the Atlantic Cup in Portugal where they played three fixtures before their match earlier this week away from home against AS Monaco.

Dartford compete in the National League South and sealed themselves a place in this round having beaten Cockfosters 9-0. They also beat Athletic Newham 5-2 in the opening round of the competition.

They currently sit third in the league table but were beaten 2-1 last time out away from home at Hungerford Town.

Ticket prices on the gate are as follows:

Adults: £10 


Concessions (65+): £5 


Youth (13-17): £2


Juniors (12 and under): £1

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