The Daggers retain their unbeaten record at Kingfield after Saturday's 4-2 win over Woking.
John Still shuffled midfield a little moving Lee Goodwin up to central
midfield and pushing Glen Southam out right. Danny Foster returned after his
rest against Crawley at right back and Ashley Vickers started on the bench.
(right) got the first after just 6 minutes, a route one Roberts clearance and terrible hesitation in the Woking back line putting him clear to score, but the lead was short lived as Jefferson Louis pulled the home side level on 18 minutes.
Man of the match Glen Southam, put the Daggers ahead again just before the half hour when Craig Mackail-Smith outpaced the Woking back line and crossed, Southam having a tap in.
(left), who also had a fine game, was unlucky not to make it 3-1 when he crashed a shot against the bar early in the second half but 2 minutes later Southam grabbed his second with a screamer to give the Daggers some daylight on 56 minutes.
Chris Moore got his second to put the result beyond doubt with four minutes left, robbing Cooney then slipping the ball through the Card's keepers legs. Justin Richards grabbed a second consolation for Woking in injury time but it was a fine win and three points for the Daggers which dents Woking's play off hopes and sees the Daggers climb to 12th.
The points total now equals last season's 54 with five games remaining and
shows how well the young side assembled by John Still are progressing.