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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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Accrington Stanley Report
by Nelson on 09/02/2004

The Daggers come from behind with two injury-time goals to take all three points at Accrington.

Accrington Stanley

Dagenham & Redbridge

Prendergast 42
James 53

Williams sent off 80

C.Piper 13
Moore 90
K.Jackson 90

Nationwide Conference
The Interlink Express Stadium
Saturday 7th February 2004
Daggers Late Late Show Seals Points
The Daggers took all three points on Saturday in a game full of drama at The Interlink Express Stadium.

The Daggers welcomed Tony Roberts back to Conference action and Tim Cole returned from suspension to shore up a back line pierced seven times by Arlesey Town. In midfield Danny Shipp lost out to Danny Hill while up front Chris Moore partnered Kirk Jackson, a front pairing full of promise for the Daggers future if Jacko can be persuaded to sign.

After early sparring it was the Daggers who opened the scoring in the 13th minute through Chris Piper (left) who latched on to a Chris Moore pass and smashed it in.

The lead never looked a comfortable one though and on the half hour mark, Tony Roberts  conceded a penalty when he fouled Paul Mullin in the area. 

Lutel James took the spot-kick which Roberts (right) read correctly and may just have touched onto the post. Whatever, the rebound was put wide allowing the Daggers to breathe again still with their noses in front.

As the half drew towards its conclusion Stanley kept pressing forward and it was almost inevitable when the impressive Rory Prendergast got the home side back on level terms just 3 minutes before the break,

Buoyed by getting back level Accrington started the faster in the second half and it took just eight minutes for them to get their noses in front. It was unsettled forward Lutel James who grabbed the goal to make amends for his penalty miss, slotting home from close range to leave the visitors chasing the game.

It remained close with the Daggers pushing to get back into the game, and with fifteen minutes left Garry Hill shuffled his pack, replacing a defender, Ashley Vickers with a forward Leon Braithwaite (left) in a positive move. This paid off as the pressure built on Accrington. This told first with 12 minutes to go, when Robbie Williams was sent off for a two footed foul on Mark Janney, Accrington's ninth red card of the Conference season so far.

Despite this and the Daggers having been the better side for much of the game, it looked like being another blank weekend for Garry Hill's men with them still trailing 2-1 going into injury time. 

It was still never say die though and as the game moved in to added time the Daggers made an unlikely comeback. Following a series of missed chances when Kirk Jackson and Leon Braithwaite both should have put the ball away, the ball at last fell to Chris Moore (right) and he lashed the ball home from an acute angle to level the scores and his sixth goal in eight games as a Dagger.

There was still time for the Daggers to have one more attack and with time rapidly running out, Kirk Jackson toe-poked home Leon Braithwaite's cross for the Daggers' third and winning goal, snatching the points for the visitors.




13 Jon Kennedy
30 Darren Kempson
19 Paul Howarth
3 Steve Hollis
20 Ged Brannan
6 Andy Proctor
10 Paul Mullin
11 Rory Prendergast
14 Robbie Williams
9 Lutel James
29 Lee McEvilly (off 72 mins)


16 Steve Flitcroft (on 72 mins)
22 John Durnin
1 Jamie Speare
7 Dean Calcutt
12 Andy Gouck

1 Tony Roberts
19 Tarkan Mustafa
2 Tim Cole
3 Ashley Vickers (off 75 mins)
11 Paul Bruce
16 Jimmy Jackson
14 Danny Hill
7 Mark Janney
6 Chris Piper
17 Kirk Jackson
23 Chris Moore


27 Abiodun Baruwa
18 Matthew Rees
9 Danny Shipp
26 Alan Kimble
15 Leon Braithwaite (on 75 mins)

Referee: Mr J.Moss
Attendance: 1,601

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Pic (c) Simmo

Kirk Jackson

His Late Goal Saved The Day

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