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An item of clothing which, when worn by opposition forwards, always signifies it's going to be a good day for the Daggers.

 

 

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20 October 2018
3:00pm
Boreham Wood
Away
Emirates FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round
 

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Wrexham
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     On This Day


In 1993,The Daggers beat Halifax Town 3-0 at Home in the GM Vauxhall Conference 


In 2001,The Daggers drew 2-2 with Leyton Orient at Home in the LDV Vans Trophy 1st Round


In 2004,The Daggers beat Leigh RMI 2-0 at Home in the Nationwide Conference 
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In 2010,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Walsall at Home in the NPower League One 


 

 


Off Injured

Leigh RMI Report
by Hardy on 23/03/2002

Tony Roberts goes off injured and is replaced by Paul Gothard as the Daggers go down 2-0 at Leigh's Hilton Park. Hardy reports on the action.

Leigh RMI
2

Dagenham & Redbridge
0

Twiss 74
Hallows 81

Nationwide Conference
Hilton Park
Saturday 23 March 2002
3:00pm
Leigh Do The Double
In a classic game of two halves it was Leigh RMI that took the three points, completing a league double over the Daggers on Saturday.

The Daggers had by far the better of the opening period with Mark Stein firing wide and then Danny Hayzelden, recalled in place of Jason Broom, heading over when well placed. Junior gave another frustrating display, demonstarated when he beat the home defence and then shot onto the side netting when a ball across the goal would have been a certain goal.

It wasn't the Daggers day though and this was demonstrated when Paul Terry's poorly struck shot from just six yards out was deflected off a defender only to hit the Leigh keeper and bounce off the crossbar.

As the game went on though, Leigh came more into the match having a couple of chances before the half time break. Danny Shipp had a shot shave the post early in the second half but in the 57th minute Tony Roberts collided with Dave Ridings and had to be replaced by Paul Gothard who then had a busy half hour.

Hallows went close twice, once denied only by a marvelous last ditch tackle from Mark Smith, and then Heald had a free kick brilliantly saved by Gothard. Leigh at last broke the deadlock in the 74th minute when German found Heald and his headed pass was hammered in by Michael Twiss. Hallows added a second just 7 minutes later and it was all over.

The depression enveloping the Dagger's fans was lifted though when news of Boston United's home defeat by Chester City filtered through, a result which, coupled with Yeovil's goalless draw at Scarborough, leaves things pretty much as you were at the top of the table. Things need turning around soon though before all the "get out of jail free" cards are used up.

Teams


LEIGH RMI


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

Mark Westhead
Iain Swan
Neil Durkin
Gerry Harrison
Ian Monk
Dave Ridings
Ged Kielty
Andy Heald
Dave German
Marcus Hallows
Michael Twiss

Substitutes
Andy Farrell
Nicky Spooner
Jamie Udall
Neil Fisher
Craig Dootson

Tony Roberts (off 57 mins)
Lee Goodwin
Steve West
Mark Smith
Jason Broom (off 80 mins)
Steve Heffer (off 69 mins)
Paul Terry
Danny Shipp
Mark Stein
Junior McDougald
Danny Hayzelden

Substitutes
Ken Charlery (on 80 mins)
Danny Hill
Mark Janney (on 69 mins)
Mark Rooney
Paul Gothard (GK) (on 57 mins)

Referee: Mr S Castle
Attendance: 492


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Mark Smith

Mr Consistant does it again

Leigh RMI Factfile
Fair Play for The National Game - 3 Up, 3 Down


 

 

 

 

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