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In 1994,The Daggers beat Kidderminster Harriers 2-0  Away in the FA Trophy 1st Round

In 2000,The Daggers beat Harrow Borough 4-1 at Home in the Ryman League Premier 

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Number 21 the season

Moore Goal Enough
by Hardy on 20/04/2005

A single goal from Chris Moore was enough to bring home the points from Leigh.

Leigh RMI


Dagenham & Redbridge

Moore 29

Nationwide Conference
Hilton Park
Tuesday 19th April 2005
Moore Goal Enough
Chris Moore's 19th Conference goal of the season was enough to beat bottom of the Conference Leigh RMI at Hilton Park last night to end the Daggers away campaign for 2004/05.

John Still rested Scott Griffiths for this one with Lee Flynn playing left back, Scotty on the bench. Paul Bruce (right) resumed duties at left midfield and Craig Mackail-Smith got the nod over Tony Boot, also on the bench.

Chris Moore had the first effort on goal when Jon Worsnop had to make a decent save to deny the Daggers top scorer. Leigh had their chances too and Tony Roberts also had to be alert to keep out Lee Mulvaney's well struck shot. It was not exactly scintillating stuff though, the next chance falling to Glen Southam who missed the target after about 20 minutes.

The Daggers took the lead just before the half hour mark when everyone missed a Paul Brice corner and the ball fell to Chris Moore at the far post almost on the goal line. The finish was a formality and it was 1-0 to the visitors.

There were chances for both sides before the break, both of the Daggers efforts from Craig Mackail-Smith (left) but half time came with the score unchanged.

The second half continued to be fairly ordinary with Leigh rarely looking like mounting a comeback, Craig Smith having the only real effort on goal for the home side. The Daggers had more chances, particularly for Mackail-Smith while Jake Leberl's goalbound shot was blocked by Warren Peyton.

The Daggers can now finish no worse than 11th, two places better than last season, and could end up as high as 9th if they beat champions Barnet at home on Saturday and other results go their way.

Draws for Hereford United and Carlisle United guarantee them play off places going into the final game of the season with five more teams still in contention for the other two.




1 Jon Worsnop
2 Chris Lane
27 David Ridle
23 Ryan Clarke
15 Andrew Roscoe
8 Michael Simpkins
18 Neil Gibson
11 Warren Peyton (off 86 mins)
7 Craig Smith
9 Ben Jones (off 66 mins)
10 Lee Mulvaney (off 80 mins)


5 Nicky Allen (on 66 mins)
20 Liam Coyne (on 80 mins)
25 Lee Shillito
28 Liam Murray
29 Mark Drew (on 86 mins)

1 Tony Roberts
19 Danny Foster
15 Anwar Uddin
3 Ashley Vickers
16 Lee Flynn
8 Glen Southam
4 Lee Goodwin
6 Jake Leberl
22 Paul Bruce
10 Craig Mackail-Smith
23 Chris Moore


9 Bai Mas Lettejallow
11 Tony Boot
12 Scott Griffiths
14 Liam Francis
21 Jack Midson

Referee: Mr C. Sarginson
Attendance: 245

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Jake Leberl

Another reliable showing from Jake

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