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Still alive... just!

Crawley Town Replay Report
by Hardy on 13/01/2004

The Daggers squeeze past Crawley Town in extra time to reach the last 32 of the FA Trophy.

Crawley Town
1

Dagenham & Redbridge
2

Judge 20

AET

Pacquette 72
Bentley 109

Cole s/o 94

FA Trophy 3rd Round Replay
Broadfield Stadium
Tuesday 13th January 2004
7:45pm
Daggers win by a nose
The Daggers sneaked into the last 32 of the FA Trophy with an extra time, come from behind win against Crawley Town, ending the game with ten men after having captain Tim Cole sent off in controversial circumstances.

Ben Judge gave Crawley the lead on 20 minutes heading home from close range and the home side dominated much of the first half. Lee Goodwin was carried off for the Daggers in the 26th minute with what looked like a serious injurt, replaced by Mark Bentley. Right at the end of the half the Daggers rode their luck when Charlie McDonald put Paul Armstrong through but his shot hit the post.

In the second half the Daggers came back into the game with Crawley obviously beginning to tire. Garry Hill replaced Staeve Watts with Leon Braithwaite just after the hour and the strikers added pace forced Crawley onto the back foot. The visitors pulled level in the 72nd minute with a headed goal from on loan striker Richard Pacquette from a Leon Braithwaite cross to force extra time.

Captain Tim Cole (right) was shown the red card for a foul on Charlie MacDonald early in the first extra period. The card was shown well after the incident in question after the referee had consulted at length with his assistant.

The Dagger kept their cool though and Mark Bentley won the game for them in the 109th minute with another header from a cross by extra time substitute Alan Kimble.

The win sets up a fourth round game at the Glyn Hopkin Stadium against Ryman Division One North side Arlesey Town who beat Hayes on penalties 4-3 after a 1-1 draw in their own replay last night.

Teams


CRAWLEY TOWN


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

1 Andy Little
2 Ben Judge
3 Ian Payne (off 91 mins)
4 Kevin Hemsley
5 Marc Pullan
6 Scott Kirkwood (off 82 mins)
7 Robert Smith
8 Paul Armstrong
9 Carl Wilson-Denis (off 80 mins)
10 Charlie MacDonald
11 Justin Gregory

Substitutes

12 Jay Richardson (on 82 mins)
14 Peter Fear
15 Danny Wackett (on 91 mins)
16 Rizwan Rehman
17 Francis. Vines (on 80 mins)

1 Danny Naisbitt
2 Tim Cole
16 Jimmy Jackson
4 Lee Goodwin (off 26 mins)
19 Tarkan Mustafa
14 Danny Hill (off 99 mins)
7 Mark Janney
6 Chris Piper
22 Steve Watts (off 64 mins)
8 Richard Pacquette
11 Paul Bruce

Substitutes

73 Abiodun Baruwa
26 Alan Kimble (on 99 mins)
18 Mark Bentley (on 26 mins)
15 Leon Braithwaite (on 64 mins)
10 Tony Perfect

Referee: Mr B Desmond
Attendance: 917

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Tim Cole

Led by example once again until controversially dismissed


 

 

 

 

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