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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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In 2016,The Daggers drew 2-2 with Newport County Away in the Sky Bet League Two 



Opened the scoring

Daggers on a Roll
by Hardy on 20/12/2004

The Daggers won 3-0 at Accrington on Saturday, the goals all coming in the first 20 minutes of the second half.

Accrington Stanley

Dagenham & Redbridge

Goodwin 47
Moore 58
Harrold 65

Nationwide Conference
The Interlink Express Stadium
Saturday 18th December 2004
Daggers Late Late Show Seals Points
For the second week running the Daggers won at a canter to beat a team that had thrashed them earlier in the season, this time the win at Accrington overturning a 5-0 home defeat in the midst of a miserable September.

With Ashley Vickers unavailable due to his hand injury John Still brought back Anwar Uddin (right) to start in central defence in an otherwise unchanged team. On the bench was loan signing from Brentford, Matt Harrold, which meant that Tony Boot missed out on the 16.

The Daggers started well and had the first attempt on goal when the excellent Glen Southam’s shot on the half volley was taken comfortably by Accrington keeper Paul Crichton. Chris Moore, Paul Bruce and Craig Mackail-Smith also all had shots early on, only CMS forcing Crichton into a save.

As the half wore n though it was Stanley that took the upper hand in the game. the Daggers almost shot themselves in the foot after fifteen minutes when Lee Flynn (left) hit a poor back-pass that was picked off by the ever unpopular Rory Prendergast. The visitors were rescued by Lee Goodwin though who got back to block the cross to an unmarked Paul Mullin who would have had a tap in.

Tony Roberts, sent off for stupidity in the home game against Stanley, kept the scores level with a great fingertip save to keep out Lee McEvilly’s shot and then saw Jagielka shoot just wide when well placed.

The Daggers started fast again in the second half and just two minutes after the break they were 1-0 up when Lee Goodwin leapt the highest to meet Paul Bruce's corner.

The goal changed the game completely and ten minutes later it was 2-0, Chris Moore (right) demonstrating the sniffer instinct when Mark Janney's shot was spilled by Crichton and he was on it in a flash to bang home the rebound.

With both sets of fans blinking in disbelief at the turn around in the game, John Still sent on Matt Harrold for a debut to replace Craig Mackail-Smith. He had been on for only a minute or so when he made it 3-0 in the most impressive of arrivals. Mark Janney (left) got a cross in from the right and Harrold coolly finished it from close range to seal the points with still 25 minutes left in the game.

Accrington stormed back at the Daggers in an attempt to get back into the game and had chances to get a consolation at least, but again they found Robbo (right) in form.  Both Jagielka and Ian Craney shot wide before another Jagielka shot was well saved. The final chance fell to Jonathan Smith who headed over from a corner.

The three points from the Daggers keeps them in 11th but means the play off race has compressed once again. Just seven points separate 3rd place from 14th and with three games in the next week over Christmas and New Year a haul of 7 or even 9 points from those games would leave any club in with a real shot of a top five place at the end of the season.




31 Paul Crichton
2 Peter Cavanagh
4 Robbie Williams
27 Mike Flynn
28 Chris Butler (off 65 mins)
8 Ian Craney
6 Andrew Proctor (off 75 mins)
7 Stephen Jagielka
11 Rory Prendergast
18 Lee McEvilly
10 Paul Mullin


12 Danny Alcock
14 Ged Brannan (on 75 mins)
15 Jonathan Smith (on 65 mins)
16 Steven Flitcroft
19 Paul Howarth

1 Tony Roberts
4 Lee Goodwin
15 Anwar Uddin
2 Tim Cole
16 Lee Flynn
7 Mark Janney
8 Glen Southam
6 Jake Leberl
22 Paul Bruce
23 Chris Moore (off 84 mins)
10 Craig Mackail-Smith (off 63 mins)


27 Martin Brennan 
5 Shane Blackett (on 84 mins)
9 Stuart Douglas
18 Matt Harrold (on 63 mins)
19 Danny Foster

Referee: Mr P Bramley
Attendance: 1,131

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Glen Southam

Ran the game for the Daggers in midfield

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