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He's Shipp

Northwich Victoria Report
by Hardy on 12/04/2003

The Daggers beat Northwich Victoria and Hereford's defeat confirms them in the play off's. Report and pictures from Victoria Road.

Dagenham & Redbridge

Northwich Victoria

Shipp 30
Stein 89

McGuire s/o 32

Nationwide Conference
Victoria Road
Saturday 12th April 2003
Daggers seal play offs
Dagenham & Redbridge reached the play off's with a comfortable but un-spectacular win over Northwich Victoria at the Vic.

With Junior McDougald out still after his back injury at Morecambe, the Daggers started with Mark Stein and Steve West up front and no recognised attacking back up on the bench. The back four was the 2000/01 first choice of Goodwin, Matthews, Cole and Vickers, while midfield featured Mustafa and McGrath out wide with Steve Heffer and Danny Shipp through the middle.

The game was less than riveting early on, the best chance falling to Lee Goodwin (left) after just five minutes, his shot well saved by Parry in the Vic's goal. The visitors had a chance from a free kick on the edge of the area but Tony Roberts leapt like a salmon to his right to tip the ball away.

The game really came alive just on the half hour. Mark Stein found space in the Vic's box and slipped the ball to Danny Shipp (right) who shot hard across the goal and in at the left hand post.

Just a minute later the Daggers found themselves facing 10 men when Jamie McGuire went way over the box of the ball on Lee Matthews and saw yellow then red having been booked early on for a petulant stamp.

Possibly believing it was game over already the Daggers visibly took their foot off the peddle and the game drifted to half time without further significant incident.

In the second half it was pretty much one way traffic with the Daggers well on top but not able to put the game away with a second goal. Steve West saw his header come back off the bar and had several chances go close before Northwich scared the wits out of the watching Daggers fans by claiming an equaliser. A shot from distance was in-explicably spilled by Tony Roberts and the rebound rammed home to the delight of the Vic's bench only for the referee to spot the linesman's flag raised for offside.

The incident seemed to spur the Daggers into life. Steve West saw another shot come back off the bar as Danny Hill (left), on for Shipp, pulled the strings from midfield. Tarkan Mustafa, who had a great game, finally split the Vic's defence open, finding Mark Stein in space to put the game beyond doubt with a well taken second in the 89th minute.

Even then it could have been three, Stein again running clear and rounding Parry but lifting his shot too high, seeing it crash back off the bar.

News filtered through as the final whistle blew that Halifax were beating Hereford, a result that would see the play off spot sealed. The crowd waited while the result was confirmed and applauded the team on a well deserved warm down run.

Chester City's draw with Woking meant that Yeovil were champions without kicking a ball, and the late televised win at Doncaster was little more than a victory celebration.

The four play off teams are now confirmed as the Daggers, Doncaster, Chester and Morecambe who are all now on 71 points. Who plays who is yet to be settled but the race itself is now over.




1 Tony Roberts
2 Tim Cole
3 Ashley Vickers
4 Lee Goodwin
17 Lee Matthews
9 Danny Shipp (off 60 mins)
6 Steve Heffer (off 84 mins)
19 Tarkan Mustafa
26 John McGrath (off 75 mins)
10 Mark Stein
15 Steve West

18 Paul Gothard
8 Paul Terry (on 84 mins)
14 Danny Hill (on 60 mins)
20 Mark Rooney
23 Jason Broom (on 75 mins)

29 Matthew Parry
14 Jake Sedgemore
5 Denny Ingram
6 Steve Davis
2 Chris Royle
7 Steve Garvey
19 Jamie McGuire
15 Richard Norris
11 Mark Devlin (off 84 mins)
20 Jimmy Quinn
31 Damien Whitehead

24 Ben Connett
10 David McNiven
12 Andy Taylor (on 84 mins)
23 Jonathan Allen
30 Shaun Came
Referee: Mr A. Marriner
Attendance: 1,494

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Tarkan Mustafa

Great performance by Tarkan

Match Photos

Northwich threaten from a first half free kick

Steve Heffer

Second half corner

Tarkan Mustafa leaves an opponent for dead

Dumb undeserved yellow for Tarkan

Steino makes it 2-0 to seal the win

In the play off's - the Daggers applaud the fans

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