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- Sierra Leonean keeper Alhaji Sesay played the full throttle in Dartford National League South play-off final as they suffered a 3-0 defeat on penalties against Weymouth at the Bob Lucas Stadium on Saturday.
- Dartford lost to Weymouth in the National League South play-off final after missing three penalties in a shoot-out for promotion.
As a result, ending all hopes of gaining promotion to the Vanarama National League.
Dartford defeats Slough Town in the quarter-final and a few days later eliminated Havant Waterlooville in the semi-final last weekend en route this year final.
In a tough and close contest, the match ended goalless as both sides were unable to break the deadlock.
Sesay, 21, who was making his 17 appearances has been a key figure in manager Steve King’s side. However, was unable to save his side on this occasion.
Weymouth: Ward, Camp, Harfield, Ngalo (Murray 55mins), McCarthy, McQuoid (Thomson 55mins), Anthony, Wakefield (Odubade 85mins), Robinson, Brooks, Hobson. Subs not used: Childs, Zubar, Whelan.
Dartford: Sesay, Wynter, Hill, Bonner, Braham-Barrett, Hyde (Noble 87mins), Husin, Jebb, Romain, Sheringham (Marsh-Brown 71mins), McQueen. Subs not used: Edwards, Wanadio, Ming, Briggs.