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In 1993,The Daggers lost 0-1 to Altrincham Away in the GM Vauxhall Conference 


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Goal Celebrations

Margate Report
by Nelson on 17/12/2001

Report from Victoria Road where the Daggers demolished Margate 4-1 in the Nationwide Conference. The Daggers stay 2nd with Boston also winning.

Dagenham & Redbridge
4

Margate
1

McGavin 50 pen
Stein 52
Charlery 79
Charlery 85 pen

Beard 63


Nationwide Conference
Victoria Road
Saturday 15th December 2001
3:00pm
Rampant Daggers
A sparkling return to form saw the Daggers run out comfortable 4-1 winners over Margate at Victoria Road.

Without the suspended Steve Heffer, Garry Hill fielded a changed side with Steve McGavin, Danny Hayzelden and Lee Goodwin all starting.

A relatively quiet first half saw few chances for either side with the play being quite even. The first chance fell to Margate near the start of the match when Lee Goodwin managed to block a Leon Braithwaite chance. Another chance for the visitors occurred when a slip from the otherwise impressive Danny Hayzelden allowed Gate's recent signing, Nick Roddis the space to run at goal. Roddis shot low and hard at goal, but his shot flew wide of the post. The Daggers' first chance fell to Danny Hayzeldent but he blazed his shot wide.

With half an hour gone, the Daggers had their another good chance when Mark Stein fed the ball through to Steve McGavin who was in all sorts of space, but he miscontrolled his shot and it went well over.

The Daggers really had the better of the midfield battle and chances also fell to Mark Janney and Paul Terry (above).

In the second half, The Daggers upped the pressure considerably and this paid off within seven minutes of the restart.

Gareth Graham pulled Danny Hayzelden's shirt and clearly impeded him in the area. The Referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot. Steve McGavin took the penalty, sending the keeper the wrong way (right).

Within minutes, the Daggers had a strong appeal for a second penalty turned down when a Margate defender clearly handled the ball in the area. Soon after, Danny Shipp had a shot, but it was easily gathered by Lee Turner in the visitor's goal.

On 52 minutes though, the Daggers doubled their tally when Mark Stein latched onto a loose ball following a goalmouth scramble. The second goal seemed to spur Margate on and with 62 minutes on the Clock, the visitors pulled a goal back. A corner from Terry McFlynn somehow reached Simon Beard who made no mistake from close range.

The Daggers need not have been worried, however, as Ken Charlery (left) netted twice within the last 10 minutes to seal a deserved win. His first came when he headed home a Paul Terry Free-Kick.

Soon afterwards, Junior McDougald was felled in the area by Bill Edwards and Charlery stepped up to slot home the resulting penalty.

The win was especially important as Boston won 4-0 at home to Woking.

Teams


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE


MARGATE

1 Tony ROBERTS
2 Steve MCGAVIN (off 80 mins)
3 Ashley VICKERS
4 Lee GOODWIN
5 Mark SMITH
6 Danny SHIPP
7 Mark JANNEY
8 Paul TERRY (off 86 mins)
9 Ken CHARLERY
10 Mark STEIN (off 82 mins)
11 Danny HAYZELDEN

12 Mark ROONEY (on 80 mins)
14 Mark BRENNAN (on 86 mins)
15 Danny HILL
16 Junior MCDOUGALD (on 82 mins)
18 Paul GOTHARD (GK)

1 Lee TURNER
2 Gareth GRAHAM
3 Paul LAMB
4 Bill EDWARDS
5 Lee WILLIAMS
6 Nick RODDIS
7 Terry MCFLYNN
8 Simon BEARD
9 Leon BRAITHWAITE
10 Mark MUNDAY
11 Akpo SODJE

12 Garry Blackford
14 Iain O'Connell
15 Steve Hafner
16 Mohammad Thkolagabhafhi
22 Charlie MITTEN (GK)

Attendance: 1,742
Ref: Mr R Drysdale


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