The Daggers' match yesterday at Scarborough took second billing to the bombshell
dropped by manager Garry Hill, when he announced his pending resignation.
The match saw both sides have several chances to score, but the
woodwork and a number of good saves from both keepers kept the match
Daggers went close on a number of occasions with Chris Moore (left)
and Jimmy Jackson both firing wide. Danny Shipp saw his
close-range shot crash against the post and Paul Bruce (left)
forcing Walker into a fine save with an excellent volley.
38 minutes gone, the Daggers again came agonisingly close to scoring
when Mark Janney's (right) header hit the woodwork.
Just before half time, Alan Kimble saw his shot well saved by
At the other end, Mark Quayle was causing the Daggers
problems and nearly scored twice in quick succession.
After the interval, Senior and Marcelle proved
to be something of a handful but Tony Roberts was equal to anything
thrown at him, not least Wayne Gill's last ditch effort.
The draw leaves the Daggers sitting on a five match
unbeaten run but now looking for a new manager.
Chris Moore and Mark Janney pictures