DARTFORD are the 2011 Kent Senior Cup winners after an emphatic demolition of Bromley this afternoon at Princes Park.

This is the 10th time the Darts have won the county competition and also provided ample revenge after they suffered a humiliating 4-1 Good Friday defeat in the league at the hands of today's opponents.

Tony Burman's side took the lead on 20 minutes when Elliot Bradbrook applied the final touch to a Ryan Hayes cross.

The advantage was doubled five minutes into the second half after the Bromley defence failed to deal with a throw in, allowing Hayes to take full advantage by scoring the second.

And things went from bad to worse for the Lillywhites six minutes later as keeper Craig Holloway fumbled Hayes' corner into his own net.

Bromley could have pulled one back on the hour but a fine save by Deren Ibrahim prevented Tutu Henriques from converting Aaron Fray's cross.

Dartford pulled further clear within a minute as that man Hayes again turned provider by setting up Danny Harris for a simple finish.

There was at least something for the Bromley contingent in the bumper 2,025 crowd in the 76th minute as Warren McBean latched onto Harry Harding's quickly taken free-kick to pull one back for the visitors.

But it was scant consolation on a day to forget for the Lillies as Dartford deservedly claimed the crown.

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