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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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Should have scored

Telford United Report
by Nelson on 01/12/2003

The Daggers go down to a single goal defeat at New Bucks Head and will count themselves a little unlucky.

Telford United

Dagenham & Redbridge

Hulbert 36

Nationwide Conference
The New Bucks Head
Saturday 28 November 2003
Daggers lose by the only goal

The Daggers lost 1-0 at Telford yesterday, putting an end to their unbeaten run.

The home side started the match the brighter of the two teams and, indeed, managed to get the ball in the back of the net through Matt Clarke in the first couple of minutes, but there had been a foul on Tony Roberts and the goal was disallowed.

Both Chris Piper and Lee Goodwin (right) went close for the visitors with long-range shots, but the Bucks' custodian, Chris MacKenzie was equal to both.

Sam Rickets forced Roberts into a reflex save from close range and Lee Mills should have done better when he latched on to a Michael Blackwood cross, only to see his effort sail tamely over the bar.

The hosts scored shortly before the break though when Roberts (left) failed to clear a cross from Blackwood and his punch fell to Robin Hulbert who headed the ball into the net.

There was still time for both Tarkan Mustafa and Danny Shipp to have shots on goal before the end of the first half and it was only the impressive MacKenzie who prevented the Daggers from going in at least level.

After the interval, the Daggers seemed rejuvenated and certainly produced the better of the play in the second half.

A long throw from Lee Goodwin found Chris Piper (right) and his shot from close range was again saved brilliantly by MacKenzie.

Shortly afterwards, Steve Watts had a great chance but his shot was too high and he really should have done better.

Lee Mills and Sam Ricketts both went close for the hosts before Tris Whitman (left) saw his shot from close-range blocked by MacKenzie.

Tony Roberts saved well from Blackwood and both Lee Matthews and Danny Shipp were again thwarted by the impressive Telford 'keeper.

The Daggers had enough chances in this match to have taken the points several times, but a mixture of poor finishing and a stunning goalkeeping display from Chris MacKenzie kept the Daggers out.




1 Chris MacKenzie 
23 Andy Wilkinson 
6 Stuart Whitehead 
3 Trevor Challis 
2 Matthew Clarke 
8 Fitzroy Simpson (off 76 mins)
24 Robin Hulbert 
11 Michael Blackwood 
14 Sam Ricketts 
9 Lee Mills (off 76 mins)
22 Christian Moore


7 Lee Williams
10 John Grant (on 76 mins)
12 Richard Lavery (on 76 mins)
20 Tony Naylor
21 Martin Taylor
1 Tony Roberts
4 Lee Goodwin (off 79 mins)
17 Lee Matthews
3 Ashley Vickers
11 Paul Bruce
19 Tarkan Mustafa
8 Tony Scully (off 69 mins)
6 Chris Piper
9 Danny Shipp
5 Robert Gill (off 69 mins)
22 Steve Watts


7 Mark Janney (on 79 mins)
10 Tris Whitman (on 69 mins)
15 Leon Braithwaite (on 69 mins)
73 Danny Lambton
26 Alan Kimble

Referee: Mr P Gibbs
Attendance: 1,321

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Ashley Vickers

Mr Reliable once again at centre back

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