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Daggers slip to consecutive defeats
by Hardy on 12/04/2007

The Daggers sank to a second consecutive defeat for the first time this season at Northwich

Northwich Victoria


Dagenham & Redbridge

Dean 63
Brayson 69

Nationwide Conference
Victoria Stadium
Wednesday 11th April 2007
Two losses in a row

The Daggers sank to a second consecutive defeat for the first time this season at Northwich.

The Northwich side lined up and applauded the Daggers out in a special moment for the Champions, but from then on in proceeded to take the game to them, demonstrating that they had much more to play for than the visitors. With the home side in a decent run of form and this being both sides third game in five days it was not a major surprise that the Champions ended up losing, and this result sees Northwich safely to mid table.

John Still put out what was pretty much a full first team for this one, the injured Mark Arber replaced by Jake Leberl (right) and Sam Saunders on the bench, Paolo Vernazza in central midfield and Glen Southam pushed wide right.

Despite that the Daggers failed to get a shot on target in the first half, Strevens and Benson both having decent shooting opportunities but firing wide. In contrast the Vics forced Tony Roberts into a number of saves, particularly Keiran Charnock's header on 40 minutes.

The second half continued in much the same vein. Smart, Byrne and Roca all went close before the Vics took a deserved lead just after the hour, the illustriously named James Dean having a tap in to finish a cross from Richard Battersby.

Ben Strevens (left) finally had a shot on target for the visitors, his effort being blocked on the line just before the Vics doubled their lead. This time it was sub Paul Brayson who finished Michael Byrne's cross on 69 minutes.

The Daggers woke up a little after this, Paul Benson having a shot which was straight at Phil Senior then Dave Rainford shooting wide when well placed but the Vics held on for a well deserved and, in the end, pretty comfortable victory.

The Daggers fans that travelled didn't care much though, once again singing and doing the Conga and the home fans applauded the Champions off at the end in another well received gesture.




1 Phil Senior
2 Richard Battersby
6 Kieran Charnock
8 Michael Carr
11 Carlos Roca (off 67 mins)
14 Michael Byrne
15 Ryan Brown
16 John McCarthy
27 James Dean
28 Mark Roberts
29 Andrew Smart.


20 Ben Connett (GK)
10. Paul Brayson (on 67 mins)
18 Kevin Townson
22 Chris Smith
31 Matt Shaw.

1 Tony Roberts (GK)
19 Danny Foster
12 Scott Griffiths
15 Anwar Uddin
6 Jake Leberl
8 Glen Southam
10 Paolo Vernazza
11 Dave Rainford
3 Sam Sloma (off 70 mins)
14 Paul Benson
18 Ben Strevens (off 70 mins)


30 Nicky Eyre (GK)
2 Tim Cole
7 Sam Saunders (on 70 mins)
23 Chris Moore (on 70 mins)
26 Jamie Taylor

Referee: C Harwood
Attendance: 757

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