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In 1993,The Daggers lost 0-1 to Runcorn Away in the GM Vauxhall Conference 

In 1999,The Daggers drew 3-3 with Enfield at Home in the Ryman League Premier 

In 2007,The Daggers beat Grays Athletic 1-0  Away in the Nationwide Conference 

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It is huge

Daggers Scrape Through
by Hardy on 11/11/2004

A virtually unrecognisable Daggers side reached the fourth round of the Essex Senior Cup last night with a win on penalties at Ilford's Cricketfield Stadium.



1-3 on Penalties AET

Dagenham & Redbridge


Miller 59

Jones s/o 34

Boyce 32

Smith s/o 105

Essex Senior Cup, Third Round
Cricketfield Stadium
Wednesday 10th November 2004
Daggers Scrape Through
A virtually unrecognisable Daggers side reached the fourth round of the Essex Senior Cup last night with a win on penalties at Ilford's Cricketfield Stadium. Only Martin Brennan, Scott Griffiths, Jack Midson and Matthew Judge will have been familiar names, although Chris Moore (right) made his return to the colours on the bench and will have welcomed around an hour of football before Saturday's FA Cup game.  

The Daggers dominated the early proceedings and took a deserved lead through Jerome Boyce on 32 minutes after good work by Matthew Judge. Two minutes later it looked even better for the Daggers when Ilford's Bradley Jones saw a straight red for an elbow.

Emmanuel Sackey should have put the Daggers further ahead in the 49th minute but shot straight at the keeper and the game turned soon after this. Just on the hour Ilford were back level through Simon Miller and then it looked like disaster for the Daggers when Scott Griffiths brought down Simpson in the area. Martin Brennan dived to his left though to keep Jones' penalty out.

Shortly after this the Daggers Chris Moore made a welcome return to the fray, coming on to replace Matthew Judge and both sides had chances to win the game before the 90 minutes were up but the game went into extra time still at 1-1.

Extra time saw more chances for both teams but no more goals. The Daggers Jamie Smith was sent off for a second yellow card at the end of the first period of extra time to even up the numbers.

Probably the best chance to win the game came for Ilford's Allan Fenn who found himself one-on-one with Martin Brennan but the Daggers keeper saved on a good night for him personally.

So it was penalties, and not a great show of them either. After six kicks it was 2-0 to the Daggers, and eventually it was Chris Moore, taking last for the visitors who slotted away the decisive penalty to make it 3-1.

Dagenham & Redbridge: 1 Martin Brennan, 2 Jamie Smith, 3 Scott Griffiths, 4 Ben Green, 5 Danny Cross, 6 Jack Midson, 7 Emmanuel Sackey, 8 Jerome Boyce (14 Richard Pike, 72 mins), 9 Matthew Judge (17 Chris Moore, 61 mins), 10 Shane Williams (12 Korel Francis, 76 mins), 11 Nick Wetiner
Unused subs: 15 Jahmahj King, 16 Lheureux Menga

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