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In 1993,The Daggers drew 3-3 with Southport at Home in the GM Vauxhall Conference 

In 1995,The Daggers drew 2-2 with Farnborough Town at Home in the GM Vauxhall Conference 

In 1999,The Daggers beat Aylesbury United 4-1 at Home in the Ryman League Premier 

In 2001,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Margate Away in the Nationwide Conference 

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In 2012,The Daggers drew 0-0 with Plymouth Argyle at Home in the NPower League Two 



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No Joy At The McCain
by Hardy on 14/02/2005

The Daggers go down 2-0 to Scarborough at The McCain Stadium.


Dagenham & Redbridge

Cryan 11
Cryan 45

Nationwide Conference
The McCain Stadium
Saturday 12th February 2005
No Joy At The McCain

Scarborough completed the first league double of the season over the Daggers on Saturday with a 2-0 win at the McCain Stadium.

The Daggers travelled without Tony Boot, suffering from ear and balance problems after a knock against Farnborough the week before, and Jake Leberl who served the first of a two match ban. In came Chris Moore, back from suspension, and Lee Goodwin who took an unfamiliar central midfield role.

The Daggers had the first pop at goal when Lee Goodwin's header was well saved by Walker but were soon chasing the game when Tony Hackworth's pass put Colin Cryan away and he beat Roberts from close range after just ten minutes.

After that the Seadogs were on top for most of the first period. Tony Roberts did well to keep out a shot from Hackworth and Anwar Uddin (right) made a great block to stop a fierce shot from Neil Redfearn. 

The Daggers will have been happy to head in at half time just one behind but it wasn't to be and in first half injury time Cryan headed home a second goal with Roberts rather isolated to make the home sides lead comfortable.

The late goal meant that the second half was going to be an uphill struggle. After the break the Daggers did take control of the game much more but the Seadogs were happy to defend their lead. Again Lee Goodwin was denied at the stretch by Walker.

As the game went in to its last quarter the Daggers piled forward. Glen Southam had a shot blocked by Thompson then Ashley Vickers (left) had an effort on goal cleared off the line.

Scott Griffiths, who had a fine second half, had a header saved by Walker and then came closest to getting a goal when his left foot shot clipped the post and went wide.

So no goals for a second week running and the Daggers drop to 12th, overtaken by Scarborough on goal difference. The play off race is still desperately close though and a few positive results could see the Daggers right back up there again. Next up Carlisle United at home in another six pointer. 




1 Leigh Walker
18 Colin Cryan
5 Paul Foot
6 Mark Hotte
14 Steve Baker
2 Tyrone Thompson
8 Scott Kerr
4 Neil Redfearn
22 Kevin Nicholson
20 Tony Hackworth (off 81 mins)
23 David Reeves


30 Peter Keen
12 Ashley Lyth
11 David Pounder
15 Chris Senior (on 81 mins)
7 Keith Gilroy

1 Tony Roberts
19 Danny Foster
15 Anwar Uddin
3 Ashley Vickers
12 Scott Griffiths
20 Steve Clark (off 84 mins)
4 Lee Goodwin
8 Glen Southam
22 Paul Bruce
10 Craig Mackail-Smith (off 65 mins)
23 Chris Moore


27 Martin Brennan
5 Shane Blackett (on 65 mins)
9 Bai Mass Lettejallow (on 84 mins)
14 Liam Francis
24 Tom McGowen

Referee: Mr J.Moss
Attendance: 1,358

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Scott Griffiths

Ordinary first half but superb second

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