Tony Burman warned his Dartford side that there’s plenty of room for improvement despite beating Havant & Waterlooville 4-2 at Princes Park on Saturday.

The Darts secured a two goal lead at half-time through an Elliot Bradbrook penalty and a Danny Harris goal, but were quickly pegged back after the break as Havant drew level.

Dartford rallied, however, and collected the points with Bradbrook and Ebrima Adams scoring on 54 and 69 minutes respectively.

Despite recording a seventh league win, Burman was left with mixed emotions after the match.

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“I enjoyed the first 45 minutes because we came in with the lead,” he said.

“But for the first 10 minutes of the second half and probably the majority of the second half, our organisation and management of the game was non-existent.

“To speak to people for 15 minutes and they come out and do what they did, that's where it's frustrating - it puts a strain on you.

“A lot of the younger players lose concentration and I think they really did that today.

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“It was disappointing but then I've got to give them credit. We got a goal back from an experienced player and it gave us another lift.

“That's how they are - up and down all the time. When you're trying to play with younger players, they haven't got that experience to steady the ship.

“I'm pleased that we've won the game because it was important to win the first game in December.”

After the visitors scored two quick goals after the break, Darts’ four-match unbeaten league run appeared to be at risk.

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The experienced Bradbrook was on hand to settle home nerves, though, and Burman once again praised his efforts.

“The youngsters have got to learn from him,” the 57-year-old added.

“They will be characters like Elliot - but it takes time. They've got to do it by having games, I realise that, but they're the next generation of those sort of people.

“They've done well to get three points out of the game.”

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