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In 2000,The Daggers beat Leyton Orient 1-0 at Home in a friendly match


In 2001,The Daggers beat Bideford 3-2  Away in a friendly match


In 2002,The Daggers beat Tiverton Town 3-0  Away in a friendly match


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In 2010,The Daggers beat Thurrock 4-1  Away in a friendly match


In 2013,The Daggers lost 1-2 to Crystal Palace at Home in a friendly match


 

 


News update

News Update
by Hardy on 19/07/2005

News on two friendly defeats and the London Senior Cup draw.

Daggers open with a defeat
Dagerham & Redbridge 1 Hull City 2

The Daggers started the season with a defeat at home to Hull City in a pre season friendly at the Glyn Hopkin Stadium on Friday 15th July.

In front of a crowd of 603 the Daggers took the lead through former Tigers target Chris Moore on 23 minutes, when he latched on to a pass from Paul Bruce to get clear of the Hull defence and slide the ball past keeper Leite. The lead was short lived though and Jason Price got a free header on an Andy Dawson cross to level it just three minutes later.

Both sides made lots of changes as the game went on and as is always the danger both sides lost a little cohesion as a result, particularly the Daggers as the visitors got on top later in the game. The win was clinched by Hull in the 79th minute when former Spurs and England star Nick Barmby crossed for Stuart Elliot to head past a valiant effort by Scott Griffiths on the line.

A decent enough showing though with compliments in particular for Paul Benson and Sam Saunders of the new boys afterwards.

Dagenham & Redbridge: 1. Tony Roberts, 2. Danny Foster, 3. Scott Griffiths, 4. Ashley Vickers (12. Anwar Uddin 45mins), 5. Tim Cole (14. Shane Blackett 45mins), 6. Jake Leberl (15. Ram Marwa 45mins), 7. Sam Saunders (18. Paul Benson 68mins), 8. Glen Southam, 9. Tresor Kandol (16. Craig Mackail-Smith 45mins), 10. Chris Moore (17. Fraser Toms 68mins), 11. Paul Bruce (19. Bai Mass Lettlejallow 75mins). Sub not used: Simon Overland (GK)

Hull City: 13. Sergio Leite (1. Boaz Myhill 45mins), 30. Scott Wiseman, 5. Leon Cort (2. Mark Lynch 45mins), 6. Mark Joseph (16. Damien Delaney 45mins), 3. Andy Dawson (15. Roland Edge 45mins), 18. Jason Price (29. Ryan Frances 45mins), 4. Ian Ashbee (11. Curtis Woodhouse 45mins), 17. Keith Andrews (7. Stuart Elliott), 24. Kevin Ellison, 28. Russell Fry, 10. Stephen McPhee (8. Nick Barmby 48mins)

Bees sting Daggers
Dagerham & Redbridge 1 Brentford 3

The Daggers lost their second game of the new season with another defeat at home this time to Brentford in a pre season friendly at the Glyn Hopkin Stadium on Sunday 17th July.

In front of a disappointing crowd of just 415 on a blistering hot day the Daggers again took the lead, this time with Lee Goodwin slamming home a Paul Bruce corner after 25 minutes.

After a solid first half once again John Still rang the changes after the break giving a first chance in first team action to Simon Overland in for Tony Roberts, as well as a number of triallists  Brentford made the most of the changes to take control of the game. They pulled level on 57 minutes through Isaiah Rankin, then clinched the win with two goals in four minutes late on through Paul Brooker and former Yeading "star, DJ Campbell.

An encouraging showing for the full strength Daggers until the many changes saw them lose cohension.

A decent enough showing though with compliments in particular for Paul Benson and Sam Saunders of the new boys afterwards.

Dagenham and Redbridge: 1. Tony Roberts (27. Simon Overland, 45 mins), 19. Danny Foster (Mark Ward, 61 mins), 12. Scott Griffiths (Sam Woods, 61 mins), 15. Anwar Uddin (2. Tim Cole, 45 mins), 5. Shane Blackett (3. Ashley Vickers, 45 mins), 4. Lee Goodwin (Liam Manning, 61 mins), 7. Sam Saunders (16. Adam Atay, 45 mins), 8. Glen Southam (17. Ram Marwa, 45 mins), 9. Tresor Kandol (21. Chris Moore, 45 mins), 10. Craig Mackail-Smith (11. Paul Benson, 45 mins), 22. Paul Bruce (Liam Francis, 77 mins). Subs: Fraser Toms, Bai Mass Lettejallow.

Brentford: 31. Ademola Bankole, 2. Kevin O'Connor, 3. Andrew Frampton, 4. Sam Sodje (18. Sam Tilan, 33 mins, John Mesinho, 84 mins), 8 Ole Skulason (10. Scott Fitzgerald, 61 mins), 9. Lloyd Owusu (22. Ryan Watts, 61 mins), 11. Jay Tab, 14. Eddie Hutchinson, 15. Isaiah Rankin (19. DJ Campbell, 61 mins), 16. Marcus Gayle, 20. Ryan Peters (12. Michael Dobson, 45 mins). Subs: 7. Paul Brooker, 21. Clark Masters.

London Senior Cup
The Daggers have been drawn away to Hendon in the fourth round of the London Senior Cup which will take place in December.


 

 

 

 

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