September 29, 2012
First win of season for Daggers
|Dagenham & Redbridge||Wycombe Wanderers|
|1 Chris Lewington||36 Jordan Archer|
|6 Michael Spillane||6 Leon Johnson|
|4 Scott Doe||30 Gary Doherty|
|2 Luke Wilkinson||2 Danny Foster|
|3 Oluwafemi Ilesanmi||18 Charles Dunne|
|17 Luke Howell||9 Matthew Spring|
|19 Abu Ogogo||8 Stuart Lewis|
|24 Billy Bingham||28 Josh Scowen|
|10 Joshua Scott||20 Dean Morgan|
|7 Sam Williams||22 Jo Kuffour|
|20 Dwight Gayle||33 Olly Taylor|
|30 Jordan Seabright||Lee Harrison 21|
|18 Gavin Hoyte||Dave Winfield 5|
|21 Danny Green||Anthony Stewart 27|
|11 Dominic Green||Joel Grant 17|
|12 Medy Elito||Jesse Kewley-Graham 26|
|14 Jake Reed||Matt McClure 29|
|23 Brian Woodall||Junior Morias 32|
|Medy Elito for Joshua Scott (78)||Joel Grant for Dean Morgan (68)|
|Brian Woodall for Dwight Gayle (83)||Junior Morias for Jo Kuffour (72)|
|Matt McClure for Olly Taylor (46)|
|Billy Bingham (81)|
|· Squads: Dagenham & Redbridge | Wycombe Wanderers|
Dagenham and Redbridge got themselves off the mark with their first win of the season as they cruised to a 3-0 victory against fellow strugglers Wycombe.
John Still's men went in front midway through the first half when Sam Williams played the ball into Dwight Gayle's path and he made no mistake in sweeping the ball past Jordan Archer.
Michael Spillane missed a great chance for Dagenham, before finally doubling the hosts' lead from the penalty spot just before the hour mark.
The referee spotted a handball close to the line and Spillane slotted home the resultant penalty kick.
Managerless Wycombe offered little going forward and Dagenham's win was wrapped up a minute from time when Spillane teed up Billy Bingham and he made no mistake with a rising shot into the top corner.
Matt Spring had the visitors' best chance of the second half, but he screwed a disappointing shot wide from close range.