The Daggers recorded their first away win since August in an impressive
performance at Tamworth on Saturday.
Still made just one change from the Morecambe game bringing back Jake Leberl
after his suspension into central midfield with Anwar Uddin (right) moving back
to centre half in place of suspended Ashley Vickers.
The first half was pretty non-descript with little hint of the Daggers
cutting loose as they did in the second half. For the Lambs, Mark Turner and Mark Cooper
both had shots fly just wide of Tony Roberts’ goal. For the Daggers Paul Bruce
also came close with a free-kick that curled just wide of the post, Leberl later
had a shot just blocked and Anwar Uddin's header brought a decent save from Tamworth keeper Ryan Price.
Daggers came straight out of the blocks in the second half though, scoring
within six minutes of the restart. The Daggers front two combined well as Craig
Mackail-Smith (left) picked up Chris Moore's cross and scored well with a low
shot to register his eighth Conference goal of the season.
the Lambs could regroup it was 2-0 just four minutes later, again the Daggers
front two causing havoc in the home defence. Chris Moore (right) saw his shot
saved by Price, but the rebound fell to Mackail-Smith who saw his shot deflected into his own net by Adie Smith. The goal was awarded as an own goal but CMS could have a legitimate case for claiming it.
It was game over eleven minutes later. This time the goal came from a set piece when Glen Southam's deep corner was headed back across goal by Jake Leberl. The ball fell perfectly for Tim Cole who gleefully smashed the ball in from close range.
almost grabbed a consolation when Tony Roberts made a great save from Kyle
Storer late on, but instead it was the Daggers that piled on the agony for the
home team with a fourth goal in injury time. Glen Southam (left), who had a
great game, scored the best goal of the day, when he beat a couple of defenders before finding the bottom corner of the net with a
The win suddenly sees the Daggers up to 11th in the Conference table and just
six points off Halifax Town in 3rd place.