Dartford 0-1 Charlton XI

A LAST-GASP strike from Tamma Tuna earned Charlton's youth team victory at Princes Park last night.

Pre-seasons are really for managers and of the two, Darts' assistant Paul Sawyer must have been the happier despite going down to Tuna's late winner.

The young Addick hit an unstoppable blast from the edge of the box past the otherwise faultless Tony Kessell.

Charlton's team, mostly unknowns, were generally second-best on the night and were tested by wingers Hayes and Green in the first half and newcomers Dafter, Butterworth, White, Howarth and Noble after the break.

For an outfit used to full-time training Charlton were too often caught in possession by the lively home side, or were profligate in their passing.

As the game progressed, the majority of the 2,210 crowd got further and further behind an attractive and inventive Dartford who lasted the pace well despite having just three evenings of practice.

Dartford (first half): Kessell, Osborne, Norman, Flanagan, Guest, Dafter, Hayes, Barnes, Cass, Powell, Green. Subs: Ketchell, Noble, White.

Dartford (second half): Kessell, Osborne, Holding, Ketchell, Guest (Eferakorho 71), Dafter (May 71), Butterworth, White, Haworth, Noble, Lewis.

Charlton: Christie, Long (Tuna 72), Clark, Sinfield, Mambo, Davisson (Pell 66), O'Shea (Jenkinson 56), Tunani, Lozano-Calderon (Perkins 56), Godfrey, Jensen. Subs not used: Bellamy, Hall, McKinty. Att: 2,210