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In 1996,The Daggers beat Newport I.O.W. 4-1  Away in the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round

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Dagenham & Redbridge

Ashcroft 46
Howell 54

Matthews 44
Hill 63
Mustafa 77

Nationwide Conference
Haig Avenue
Saturday 15 February 2003
Daggers Make It Eleven In A Row
The Daggers yesterday battled to their record breaking eleventh consecutive Nationwide win, overcoming a resilient Southport side 3-2 at Haig Avenue.

The win puts the Daggers one win beyond the previous record, held by Macclesfield Town.

The match saw Tim Cole back in the starting line-up and Lee Goodwin (left) was started from the bench after a period out on loan.

A relatively quiet first half saw the home side having the better of the attacking play but it was the visitors who took the lead a minute before the interval.

A corner from the right by John McGrath (right) reached Lee Matthews who powered in his header from close range.

The Daggers' lead didn't last long though and, less than a minute after half-time, the home side were back on level terms with Lee Ashcroft going on a mazy run before lashing the ball past Tony Roberts.

The Daggers found themselves behind in the 54th minute when Roberts (left) was unable to hold a good shot from Lee Mulvaney and Dean Howell was on hand to tap home the rebound.

The Daggers were not going to roll over as easily as that though and Danny Hill produced another wonder strike to haul the Daggers back on level terms only eight minutes later. Hill picked up the ball and curled the ball over Dickinson and into the unguarded net from around 30 yards.

With thirteen minutes remaining, the Daggers took control of the game once again when Tarkan Mustafa (right) latched onto a defensive error. Steve Jones and Martin Clark collided as they both tried to clear the ball and Mustafa stole the ball and fired it into the corner of the goal beyond Dickinson.

The win moves the Daggers up into third place in the Conference.




1 Steve Dickinson
2 Chris Lane
19 Kevin Charnock (off 73 mins)
5 Barry Jones
4 Earl Davis
3 Dean Howell (off 84 mins)
11 Steve Jones
28 Liam McGuire
23 Lee Mulvaney
16 Lee Ashcroft
8 Paul Wheatcroft (off 82 mins)


20 Neil Gibson (on 84 mins)
15 Neil Moore
25 Robert Pell (on 82 mins)
6 Martin Clark (on 73 mins)
17 Kevin Welsby

1 Tony Roberts
6 Steve Heffer
17 Lee Matthews
5 Mark Smith
19 Tarkan Mustafa
9 Danny Shipp
14 Danny Hill (off 90 mins)
2 Tim Cole
26 John McGrath (off 90 mins)
13 Junior McDougald
15 Steve West


4 Lee Goodwin (on 90 mins)
7 Mark Janney
24 Steve Potts
20 Mark Rooney (on 90 mins)
18 Paul Gothard

Referee: Mr M Atkinson
Attendance: 1,002

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Danny Hill

Another Wonder Goal

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