The Daggers lost 2-1 to Accrington Stanley on Saturday, all the goals coming in a rousing second
The first half saw several decent chances for both sides but ended without a goal.
Within four minutes of the restart though Stanley were ahead, Gary Roberts burst clear and shot and Robbo could only parry, David Brown rolling the ball into an empty net.
Ten minutes later bad became worse for the Daggers when Glen Southam stretched for a tackle and brought down Barry. Ian Craney scored emphatically from the penalty spot to make it 2-0.
It took just five minutes for the Daggers to get back in the game, Craig Mackail-Smith put away by Southam and his cross slipped home by the excellent Tresor
From there on in Accrington tried every spoiling tactic in the book to see out time. The Daggers threw everything they could at them but could not quite grab an equaliser they would probably have
deserved and were denied what looked a decent penalty shout when Craig Mackail-Smith
was flattened in the area.
The result sees the Daggers down to 8th with Grays going top on goal difference from Accrington.
Full report to follow.