The Daggers drew 0-0 at Kingfield on Saturday, extending their unbeaten run
away at Woking to seven matches.
a match where goalscoring opportunities were at a premium, both teams did have
the chances to take all three points.
The Daggers started the game well and Tristram Whitman (left) tested Scott
Bevan a couple of times in the opening minutes.
Woking then had chances through Gary MacDonald who sent a header just wide
and Amos Foyewa who scuffed a volley tamely wide.
Scully (right) came close to opening the scoring when he latched on to a
brilliant pass from Robert Gill, but his screaming shot curled just over from 20
The second half saw marginally more action and the Daggers should have had a
penalty shortly after the restart. Scully burst into the area and was
clearly pushed over but the referee waved the appeals away.
after this, The hosts should have scored themselves when Johnson crossed
beautifully to Raphael Nade, but he was unable to get his header on target.
Then the visitors saw a gilt-edged chance go to waste - Danny Shipp played in
Robert Gill (left) and the on-loan striker hurried his shot and missed the
target with the goal at his mercy.
From this point, the Daggers faded in the match and the Cards grew a little
in confidence as they searched for the winning goal.
Tony Roberts saved brilliantly from Foyewa after he had beaten three
defenders and broken into the area.
match drew into injury time and a foul from Mark Bentley (right) on the edge of
the area won him his second yellow card of the match and a sending off.
The resulting fre-kick from Ian Selley was a good one and was certainly
looking on target when Tony Roberts somehow managed to push the ball away to
earn the Daggers a share of the spoils.