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     On This Day

In 2001,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Southport at Home in the Nationwide Conference 

In 2007,The Daggers drew 2-2 with Wycombe Wanderers at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 

In 2009,The Daggers beat Shrewsbury Town 5-0 at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 

In 2012,The Daggers lost 0-2 to Cheltenham Town Away in the NPower League Two 

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Scarborough Report
by Nelson on 24/08/2002

A Hotte own-goal is enough to hand the Daggers all three points at The McCain Stadium in a Nationwide Conference encounter with Scarborough. Nelson reviews the action.


Dagenham & Redbridge

Baker s/o 49

Hotte own-goal 35

Nationwide Conference
McCain Stadium
Saturday 24 August 2002
Daggers Make It Three Out Of Three
The Daggers maintained their 100% record in the Nationwide Conference with a resolute performance at the McCain Stadium against Scarborough.

Going into the game, the Daggers were riding high with back-to-back wins over Leigh RMI and Gravesend & Northfleet. Manager, Garry Hill, made few alterations to the site, opting for a wing-back defence but it was the visitors who were under pressure during the opening period of the match. A Paul Sheppherd cross was almost converted when former Dover front man, Keith Scott headed the ball narrowly past the upright.

Soon afterwards, David Pounder saw two efforts go close and it came as something of a surprise when the Daggers took the lead. From a Paul Bruce corner, chaotic scenes in the area led to Seadogs' defender, Mark Hotte heading the ball past his own keeper.

Four minutes after the interval, a reckless challenge on Junior McDougald by Steve Baker was deemed by referee, Mr Canadine, as a professional foul and Baker was shown the red card for the second time this week.

With very little in the way of goalmouth action for the duration of the second half, the Daggers managed to keep the lead and with Doncaster unbelievably throwing away a four-nil lead against 10 men Telford at the New Bucks Head, now find themselves two points clear of current second placed side, Woking.

Monday sees the Daggers entertain Telford and hoping to exorcise the ghosts of last years two home defeats against the Bucks.




1 Andy Woods
5 Shaun Rennison
6 Steve Baker (sent-off 49 mins)
3 Mark Hotte
4 Paul Sheppherd
27 Nick Henry
8 Gareth Stoker
11 David Pounder
28 Keith Scott
10 Karl Rose (off 71 mins)
12 Anthony Ormerod (off 58 mins)

17 Leigh Walker
26 Richard Dryden
21 Olivier Brassart
7 Jason Blunt (on 58 mins)
9 Neil Campbell (on 71 mins)

1 Tony Roberts
3 Ashley Vickers
15 Steve West
23 Ross Johnson
6 Steve Heffer
12 Steve Perkins (off 51 mins)
9 Danny Shipp (c)
8 Paul Terry
10 Mark Stein (off 85 mins)
13 Junior McDougald
11 Paul Bruce (off 90 mins)

4 Lee Goodwin
14 Danny Hill (on 51 mins)
16 Steve McGavin (on 85 mins)
18 Paul Gothard
19 Danny Hayzelden (on 90 mins)
Referee: Mr P.Canadine
Attendance: 1,192

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