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In 2001,The Daggers drew 0-0 with Exeter City Away in the FA Cup 2nd Round

In 2007,The Daggers beat Wrexham 3-0 at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 

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Friendly Action

Daggers Remain Unbeaten
by Nelson on 21/07/2004

An update on the Daggers last three friendly matches where Tony Boot and Paul Hakim have both netted twice.

Fisher Athletic 1 - 2 Daggers
Playing at Greenwich Borough's Harrow Meadow Stadium, an unfamiliar Daggers side tonight beat a Fisher Athletic side including three former Daggers.

Tony Boot scored his second goal for the Daggers since joining from Slough Town in the 12th minute and a minute before half-time, Paul Hakim fired home from Adam Connelley's cross.

With 53 minutes on the clock, Ben Martin gave away the Daggers' second penalty in as many matches and former Dagger, Steve Watts (right), sent Nick Bussey the wrong way to reduce the deficit.

Dagenham & Redbridge: Nick Bussey (Abiodun Baruwa 60mins), Stuart Booth (Howard Newton 50mins), Mark Green, Ron Henry, Tom McGowan, Tony Perfect, Craig Dobson, Adam Connelley (Tariq Nabil 50mins), Paul Hakim, Tony Boot (Ben Martin 45mins), Charlie Bull (Ben Eaton 45mins).

Daggers 2 - 2 Gillingham
The Daggers shared the spoils with Coca-Cola Championship side, Gillingham tonight in a friendly match at The Glyn Hopkin Stadium.

Fielding a mixed squad, John Still's men took the lead in the 16th minute through John Taylor (right).

Chris Moore almost doubled the hosts lead in the 20th minute before Iwan Roberts had a goal tuled out for the visitors in the 26th minute.

With 33 minutes on the clock, Danny Spiller did get the Gills level, latching on to a Shane Blackett clearance.

A minute into the second half, Tony Roberts saved well from Matthew Jarvis and, on 66 minutes, Roberts' opposite number, Steve Banks punched clear from Paul Hakim after good work from Lee Flynn and Tony Boot.

With 71 minutes gone, the Daggers restored their lead when a long ball down the right from Anwar Uddin was headed on by Paul Hakim into the path of Tony Boot (left (c) who made no mistake to open his account with a powerful shot from the edge of the area.

With 8 minutes remaining, Jack Midson shot just wide.

A minute from time, and the win was snatched from the Daggers when Anwar Uddin fouled Matty Bodkin in the area and Richard Rose sent Tony Roberts the wrong way from the spot to level the scores.

Dagenham & Redbridge: Tony Roberts, Tim Cole(Capt) (Anwar Uddin, 54 mins), Shane Blackett (Lee Flynn, 54 mins), Lee Goodwin, Ashley Vickers, Jake Leberl, Mark Janney (Craig Mackail-Smith, 54 mins), Jay Smith (Jack Midson, 45 mins), John Taylor (Paul Hakim, 54 mins), Chris Moore (Tony Boot, 54 mins), Warren Ryan (Shane Blackett, 65 mins). Unused Substitute: Nick Bussey.
Northwood 2 - 2 Daggers
The Daggers came back from 2-0 down to grab a 2-2 draw at Northwood. With the home side having taken a two goal lead with goals in the 48th and 54th minute two Daggers subs, Paul Hakin and Chris Moore pulled it back.

Hakin scored within two minutes of coming on after 67 minutes and Northwood old boy Chris Moore (right) scored on 84 minutes.

Dagenham & Redbridge: Abiodun Baruwa, Tim Cole, Shane Blackett, Anwar Uddin, Ashley Vickers, Lee Goodwin, Jake Laberl, Glen Southam, John Taylor, Tony Boot, Craig Mackail-Smith.
Subs: Paul Hakin, Lee Flynn, Grant Cooper, Jack Midson, Chris Moore, Nick Vassey (GK).

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