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In 1998,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Wealdstone at Home in the FA Trophy 1st Round

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In 2007,The Daggers lost 0-2 to Rotherham United at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 

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Hit the bar

Woking Report
by Hardy on 19/04/2003

The Daggers take a point from a goalless draw at Kingfield in a result that is of little use to the home team. Report and pictures from the game.


Dagenham & Redbridge

Nationwide Conference
Saturday 19th April 2003
Woking claim un-enviable record

The Daggers yesterday were held to a dull scoreless draw at Kingfield by an ininspiring Woking side.

The draw means that Woking have claimed the all-time Conference record for consecutive draws with eight, although it's not a record that you would imagine they will be too pleased to hold.

In a game of few chances the home team had the better ones without ever really threatening to score, while the Daggers best effort was a second half screamer from Danny Shipp which crashed against the bar.

Manager, Garry Hill (left), rested many of his regular first team players and used the opportunity to give a run-out to some of the less utilised squad players. Despite this, the hosts were unable to find a route through the Daggers' defence and it is not hard to see why the Cards find themselves well and truly embroiled in a relegation dogfight.

The first half was almost totally devoid of incident with only two real chances arising. Mark Rooney (right) saw his neat shot just miss the target and then Ben Townsend fired in a shot which Paul Gothard did well to turn the effort away at full stretch and the danger was cleared.

Whilst the windy conditions were not helping matters, the match did have the atmosphere of an end-of season match with no significance on the table which is odd when you consider Woking's precarious position.

The second half did see a marked improvement in the entertainment value and with the Daggers now playing with the wind at their backs, they did create more in front of goal.

Danny Shipp (left) brought out a fine save from Bayes in the Card's goal when his long range effort looked to be goalbound.

Another speculative shot from outside the area by Shipp flew over the bar before Townsend unleashed a magnificent shot which Gothard saved superbly.

Neil Smith then squandered the hosts' best chance, blasting the ball over with the goal at his mercy.

With Woking desperately trying for the winning goal, the Daggers created a few more chances, the most notable being another long range shot, this time from Danny Hill, which drifted just wide of the post and Danny Shipp's 25 yard effort which crashed off the bar with the keeper well beaten.

With Chester losing at Nuneaton, the Daggers move up into 4th place, but will not be looking forward to Monday's visit by the Champions, Yeovil Town who demolished Burton Albion 6-1.




30 Ashley Bayes
23 Jamie Campbell
7 Ben Townsend
6 Scott Canham
5 Jon Boardman
30 Ian Hamilton (off 79 mins)
32 Neil Smith
26 Amos Foyewa (off 55 mins)
27 Raphael Nade
10 Chris Sharpling
15 Chris Collins


17 Robert Kember
8 Dean Austin
3 Anthony Allman
9 Warren Patmore (on 55 mins)
22 Dean Clark (on 79 mins)

18 Paul Gothard
4 Lee Goodwin
5 Mark Smith
6 Steve Heffer (off 70 mins)
24 Steve Potts
8 Paul Terry
14 Danny Hill (off 81 mins)
20 Mark Rooney
23 Jason Broom
10 Mark Stein (off 46 mins)
15 Steve West


1 Tony Roberts
9 Danny Shipp (on 46 mins)
19 Tarkan Mustafa (on 70 mins)
21 Steve Vaughan (on 81 mins)
2 Tim Cole

Referee: Mr. R Desmond
Attendance: 2,159

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Mark Smith

Consistent defending from Smudger

Match Photos

Nice Stand (for the Ryman League)

Mark Stein on the ball

Danny Shipp pressures a defender

Second half corner

He's Shipp and we know he is

Steve West back at his old stomping ground

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