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     On This Day

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 

In 2010,The Daggers lost 1-2 to Shrewsbury Town Away in the Coca Cola League Two 

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



Made the winner

Daggers Back to Winning Ways
by Hardy on 30/03/2005

The Daggers beat Crawley at home to even it up over Easter.

Dagenham & Redbridge

Crawley Town

Moore 83

Nationwide Conference
Glyn Hopkin Stadium
Monday 28th March 2005
Daggers Back to Winning Ways
The Daggers got back to winning ways with a 1-0 win at home to Crawley Town, leaving it late with a goal in the 83rd minute from Chris Moore.

John Still shuffled his pack a little for this one. Leaving Ashley Vickers, available again, out he played Shane Blackett alongside Anni Uddin (right) in the heart of defence, a move which paid off handsomely. Danny Foster got a rest, Lee Goodwin playing right back and Steve Clark was dropped following his disagreement with the manager at Stevenage. Craig Mackail-Smith moved wide with Tony Boot partnering Chris Moore up front.

The home side had the better of the chances throughout although Crawley did make a few chances they rarely troubled Tony Roberts, either shooting straight at him or wide repeatedly.

In the second half the Daggers started to take full control and could have gone ahead almost straight from the restart, Tony Boot's shot resulting from a corner fizzing inches over the bar.

In an effort to make a breakthrough John Still hauled off the ineffective again Jake Leberl on 67 minutes, putting on Jack Midson (left), back from loan at Hemel Hempstead. Jack will have strengthened his case for a place as after that is was completely one way traffic.

The Daggers had a great penalty shout turned down when Mackail-Smith's pass across the area was obviously deflected from harm by a defenders arm. The home crowd started to get into the game too and the introduction of Bai Mas Lette Jallow Tony Boot let CMS move up top. Almost immediately the sub crossed for for Lee Goodwin and his header hit the post as the Daggers pressed for the winner.

In the 83rd minute the Daggers finally got a reward for their dominance. Ironically considering their dominance it was a break away goal of some style. 

CMS burst out of defence but was tackled by the final defender who played the ball out near the Daggers bench. Terry Harris quickly threw the dead ball to Chris Moore (right) to take a quick throw to Craig Mackail-Smith. In the clear, CMS ran at the remnants of the Crawley defence then slipped it back to Moore who slammed it home from the edge of the area. Sharp thinking all round.

Crawley did have a shout for a penalty in injury time when the ball struck Paul Bruce but it was ball to arm rather than arm to ball and it was all three points to the Daggers and a better all round performance as well.




1 Tony Roberts
4 Lee Goodwin
5 Shane Blackett
15 Anwar Uddin
12 Scott Griffiths
10 Craig Mackail-Smith
6 Jake Leberl (off 67 mins)
8 Glen Southam
22 Paul Bruce
11 Tony Boot (off 73 mins)
23 Chris Moore

27 Martin Brennan
9 Bai Mas Lette Jallow (on 73 mins)
14 Liam Francis
18 Steve Vaughan
21 Jack Midson (on 67 mins)

23 Phil Smith
3 Sean Hankin
4 Nick Burton
5 Ian Simpemba
8 Paul Armstrong
11 Neil Jenkins
12 Allan Tait (off 81 mins)
22 Scott Gooding
26 Simon Wormull
10 Charlie MacDonald
27 John Robinson (off 54 mins)

1 Andy Little
7 Mo Harkin (on 54 mins)
16 Robert Kember
24 Danny Davidson (on 81 mins)
31 James Donovan

Referee: Mr J Rowbury
Attendance: 1,393

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Shane Blackett

Showed great pace and ability throughout

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