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In 1992,The Daggers beat Hednesford Town 3-1  Away in the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round


In 2009,The Daggers drew 2-2 with Macclesfield Town Away in the Coca Cola League Two 


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Our Turn Next Year?

Canvey Island Report
by Nelson on 15/04/2002

The Daggers tonight lost 6-1 to Canvey Island at Roots Hall in the Essex Senior Cup Final. Nelson Reports on the action (sort of).

Dagenham & Redbridgeish
1

Canvey Island
6

Berquez 38

9
43
51
61
70
90

Essex Senior Cup Final
Roots Hall, Southend-on-sea
Monday 15 April 2002
7:30pm
Are We Purfleet In Disguise?
The Daggers tonight were thoroughly beaten by Canvey Island in the Essex Senior Cup final. Due to the Essex FA's insistence on this match being played the day before the Daggers' vital Conference match against Hereford United, Garry fielded an exceptionally weak team, consisting of third choice keeper, Neville Southall, Steve Vaughan, Paul Piscopides, Mark Brennan and a handful of relative unknowns. The only other exception being the return of Daggers' folk-hero, Youness Nabil.

The match report is as follows:

Canvey scored, we equalised then they scored again. Second half, Canvey scored another four.

The Daggers side probably went on a warm-down lap. Canvey almost certainly paraded the trophy to their supporters.

So, we lost 6-1. It equals our heaviest ever defeat. Canvey probably feel that the win is devalued. Our fans feel let down.

Hopefully the suits at the Essex FA will learn a lesson from this, but somehow we doubt it.

It's back to the serious business tomorrow!

Team


CANVEY ISLAND


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

1 Ashley Harrison
2 John Kennedy
3 Chris Duffy
4 Ben Chenery
5 Steve Ward
6 Danny Bolt
7 Lee Boylan
8 Paul Cobb
9 Neil Gregory
10 Wayne Vaughan
11 Spencer Knight

Substitutes
Ian Thompson
Luke Purcell
Nicky Rugg
Glen Johnson
Paul Newell

1 Neville Southall
2 Steve Vaughan
3 John Easen
4 Mark Brennan
5 Robert Debell
6 Jamie Murat
7 Olie Berquez
8 Michael Dean
9 Cherif Diallow
10 Paul Piscopides
11 Youness Nabill

Substitutes
Gary Williams
Gary Brison
Robert Field
Paul Griffin

Referee: Don't know, don't much care
Attendance: Some people with nothing better to do.

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Garry Hill

Treated This Match & The Essex FA
With The Contempt They Deserved


 

 

 

 

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