THE Darts were reduced to 10 men for the second time this season as Jamie Day was sent off in the 2-2 draw with Wealdstone, writes Mike Brett-Smith.

Day and Wealdstone's Quaye went for the ball on the near touchline with the Dartford man red-carded for an alleged two-footed tackle.

Darts' immediate riposte saw Tommy Osborne fire in a cross for Danny Dafter to head home his first goal for the club.

The lead was short-lived as a rare Wealdstone attack saw Stephen Hughes shoot past Tony Kessell to equalise.

Then, against the run of play, the visitors took the lead on 25 minutes.

A Burrell cross from the right was punched clear by Kessell but only as far as Hughes who headed home.

With a few minutes left in the half, a Noble cross found Rob Haworth who headed his second goal in two starts for the Darts.