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"Woolmer"
Either (1) a total lack of understanding of the laws of football (see also Ives, Yerby), or (2) the equivalent of a "Cheat" (see above) in the Hereford area of Wales.

 

 

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In 2001,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Southport at Home in the Nationwide Conference 


In 2007,The Daggers drew 2-2 with Wycombe Wanderers at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 
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Barnet Report
by Nelson on 18/01/2004

The Daggers yesterday completed the double over Barnet, winning 4-2 at Underhill.

Barnet
2

Dagenham & Redbridge
4

Grazioli 25
Grazioli 84

Plummer sent off 85

Plummer (og) 20
Cole 28
Janney 58
Hill 90

Nationwide Conference
Underhill
Saturday 17th January 2004
3:00pm
Daggers Complete Bees Double
The Daggers completed a memorable double over near-neighbours Barnet yesterday, running out 4-2 winners at Underhill.

With Barnet riding high in the table and the Daggers seemingly at the start of something of a resurgence in form, it always looked to be an entertaining encounter and so it proved.

Colin Hoyle made a debut for the Daggers having signed on a non-contract basis as defensive cover, Ashley Vickers apparently injured despite completing his two game suspension. Otherwise the Daggers lined up pretty much as expected, Naisbitt taking the gloves against his old club.

The Daggers took the game to their opponents from the start and opened the scoring in the 20th minute through a Chris Plummer own goal after Chris Moore's cross caused all sorts of problems and an attempted clearance by Simon King struck Plummer and went in.

Richard Pacquette nearly doubled the lead immediately, hitting the post, but the linesman had the flag up anyway.

Then suddenly it was 1-1. Giuliano Grazsoli the Conference top scorer looked at least a couple of yards offside when he received the ball, but ran clear and finished with some style, lobbing Naisbitt.

The status-quo didn't last long though and Tim Cole (right) made it 2-1 with a header from a free kick with only 28 minutes on the clock.

The game continued to be a thriller when almost straight from the subsequent kick off Yakubu went down dramatically when challenged in the box having been put through by Geoff Pitcher.

Ian Hendon stepped up to take the kick against Danny Naisbitt (left) and hit it straight down the middle. It was obviously exactly what the ex-Bee was expecting and he saved with his legs much to the annoyance of the Barnet crowd, especially when he showboated as the follow up shot was put wide.

After that thrilling ten minute spell the game wound down to half time with the crowd catching its breath over the half time cuppa.

Following the interval, the gane was still end-to-end both sides having chances. Just before the hour though it was the Daggers who made a further breakthrough when Mark Janney (right) beat Gore with a spectacular long range lob.

The Daggers were well in control now, with Barnet huffing and puffing looking for a way back into the game. It looked like they visitors would see the game out comfortably until another explosive five minutes at the end of the game.

First Grazioli added a second for the Bees to make it 3-2 and give the home side a hint of a way back. Danny Naisbitt went to get the ball out of the net but not quickly enough in the view of Chris Plummer who charged into the Daggers keeper flattening him. A melee ensued and eventually the referee sorted out the mess and showed Plummer red, the only real option he had. Despite this Naisbitt, who had not exactly made himself flavour of the month at Underhill, was predictably abused by the crowd even more.

Barnet's hopes of grabbing an unlikely draw were finally dashed in injury time when the excellent Danny Hill, who had one of his best ever games for the club in central midfield robbed Geoff Pitcher on the edge of the Barnet penalty area and beat Gore with some style.

The Daggers now find themselves 9 points off the play-offs, in the top half of the table for the first time this season in 11th and in a fine run of form. Whilst it would seem that the play-offs are not a realistic possibility, there is still all to play for and Garry Hill's men need to keep up the pressure next weekend against Exeter City.

Teams


BARNET


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

1 Shane Gore
4 Ian Hendon
3 Simon King
5 Chris Plummer
6 Danny Maddix
14 Ismail Yakabu (off 38 mins)
8 Guy Lopez
10 Ben Strevens
22 Geoff Pitcher
9 Giuliano Grazioli
21 Liam Hatch (off 72 mins)

Substitutes

27 Anthony McNamee (on 38 mins)
11 Tony Taggart
7 Mark Williams (on 72 mins)
2 Mark Rooney
13 Ricky Millard

73 Danny Naisbitt
2 Tim Cole
16 Jimmy Jackson
19 Tarkan Mustafa
18 Colin Hoyle
11 Paul Bruce
14 Danny Hill
6 Chris Piper (off 72 mins)
7 Mark Janney (off 77 mins)
23 Chris Moore
8 Richard Pacquette (off 68 mins)

Substitutes

27 Abiodun Baruwa
9 Danny Shipp (on 72 mins)
26 Alan Kimble
22 Steve Watts (on 77 mins)
15 Leon Braithwaite (on 68 mins)

Referee: Mr D.Drysdale
Attendance: 2,006

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Pic (c) Simmo

Danny Hill

A Great Performance To Silence His Critics


 

 

 

 

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