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Pre-Season Round Up 2

Pre-Season Round Up 2
by TomMc on 10/08/2005

A round up on the rest of The Daggers' pre-season games

And now the fun begins...
The Daggers' wrap up their pre-season, below are some brief reports on what were advertised as "first team" friendlies.

The next game at the Glyn is Saturday's game against Southport, which kicks off at 3pm.

O's win at the Glyn
Dagenham & Redbridge 0 Leyton Orient 2 - Saturday 30rd July, 3pm ko

Two 2nd half goals were the difference between the Daggers and a strong Leyton Orient side. Despite playing well for the majority of the game Orient took the lead after 63 minutes through a Gary Alexander goal. Efe Echanomi Added a 2nd with 0 minutes to go.

1. Tony Roberts, 2. Danny Foster, 3. Scott Griffiths, 4. Shane Blackett, 5. Anwar Uddin, 6. Lee Goodwin (16. Jake Leberl 40 mins), 7. Jordan Fowler (20. Sam Saunders 45 mins), 8. Glen Southam, 9. Paul Benson, 10. Craig Mackail-Smith, 11. Paul Bruce (15. Sam Wood 75 mins). Unused Subs: 12. Tim Cole, 14. Ashley Vickers, 17. Rambir Marwar, 18. Matthew Judge, 19. Tresor Kandol, 27. Dave Hogan (GK)

Daggers snatch a draw at Meadow Lodge
Boreham Wood 2 Dagenham & Redbridge 2 - Monday 1st August, 7.45pm ko

The Daggers went on their travels again, this time to Meadow Lodge to take on Boreham Wood whom were captained by former Daggers Mark Smith. The Daggers took the lead through Matthew Judge before goals from Michael Black and Ian Cooper put the home side ahead. With 80 minutes gone youngster Reece Prestedge scored from the edge of the box to save the Daggers' blushes.

1. Tony Roberts (27. Dave Hogan 45 mins), 2. Tim Cole (15. Reese Prestedge 74 mins), 3. Sam Wood, 4. Jake Leberl (14. Fraser Toms 61 mins), 5. Ashley Vickers, 6. Jordan Fowler, 7. Sam Saunders, 8. Rambir Marwa, 9. Tresor Kandol, 10. Matthew Judge, 11. Craig Johnson (12. Wayne Wilson 52 mins)

Daggers beat Tractor Boys
Dagenham & Redbridge 2 Ipswich Town XI 1 - Wednesday 3rd August, 7.45pm ko

The Daggers won their first and last home friendly of the season to an Ipswich Town side that included several members of their very successful youth team. The Daggers pressurised early with Paul Bruce forcing the Ipswich keeper in a good save from a free kick.

The Daggers took an early lead through Lee Goodwin, heading home a Paul Bruce corner after just 5 minutes. It wasn't all one way though, with Danny Haynes and Darryl Knights both squandering chances to put the visitors level. The home side doubled their lead just after the restart, Benson pouncing on a loose ball to open his account for the club.

Although Ipswich narrowed the Daggers lead after an hour, the home side had chances to restore the two goal cushion, with Uddin heading straight at the keeper and Chris Moore just missing out.

Dagenham & Redrdige: 1. Tony Roberts, 2. Danny Foster (19. Wayne Wilson, 56 mins), 3. Scott Griffiths (17. Sam Wood, 82 mins), 4. Shane Blackett, 5. Anwar Uddin, 6. Lee Goodwin, 7. Jake Leberl (14. Ram Marwa, 56 mins), 8. Glen Southam (15. Sam Saunders, 56 mins), 9. Paul Benson (16. Tresor Kandol, 52 mins), 10. Craig Mackail-Smith (12. Chris Moore, 62 mins), 11. Paul Bruce (18. Jordan Fowler, 56 mins). Subs: 27 Simon Overland. Ipswich Town: 1. Shane Supple, 2. Luke Webster, 3. Scott Barron, 4. Cathal Lordon, 5. Chris Casement, 6. James Krause, 7. Jamie Peters, 8. Liam Potter, 9. Darryl Knights, 10. Danny Haynes (15. Kieran Leabo, 56 mins), 11. Liam Craig. Subs: 12. Charlie Sheringham, 14. Jack Haverson, 16. Ian Mimno, 17. Tony Boto, 18. Oliver Fenn

Comeback specialists?
Bishop's Stortford 3 Dagenham & Redbridge 3 - Saturday 6th August, 3pm ko

The Daggers once again snatch a late draw after coming out of the starting blocks slowly. Stortford took the lead through Duane Jackman after Steve Morrison's good work and shot was saved by Tony Roberts. On the stroke of half-time the Daggers levelled through Sam Saunders, once again from a Paul Bruce corner.

7 minutes in to the 2nd half and the visitors found themselves 3-1 down, Morrison scoring from a rebound and Dave Rainford scoring a penalty after a foul by Southam on former Dagger Midson.

Goodwin made it 3-2 after catching a defender in possession and scoring with his left foot. With time running out it was upto Chrissy Moore and Southam to once again spare the visitors blushes, the former squaring the ball for the latter to poke home

1. Tony Roberts, 2. Danny Foster, 3. Scott Griffiths (16. Sam Wood 79 mins), 4. Shane Blackett, 5. Anwar Uddin, 6. Lee Goodwin, 7. Sam Saunders, 8. Glen Southam, 9. Chris Moore, 10. Craig Mackail-Smith, 11. Paul Bruce. Unused Subs: 12. Paul Benson, 27. Simon Overland, 14. Rambir Marwar, 15. Tresor Kandol, 17. Jordan Fowler

Forest prove too strong
Waltham Forest 5 Dagenham & Redbridge 3 - Monday 8th August, 7.45pm ko

The Daggers sent a 2nd string to Wadham Lodge where Waltham Forest proved to be too strong for the youngsters.

1. Dave Hogan, 2 Tommy Luxton, 3. Tom McGowan, 4. Kenny Clark, 5. Dunston, 6. Wayne Wilson, 7.Liam Francis, 8. Jake Leberl, 9. Greg Mgoyi, 10. Shaun Batt, 11. Fraser Toms. Subs. 12 David Ridendi, 14. Michael Spencer. 15. Ashley Forbes-Taylor 16. Anthony Church 17. David Kersley. 18 Ricky Montebello

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