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Dagenham & Redbridge: Ady Pennock disappointed one mistake proved costly for Barrow against Daggers

PUBLISHED: 10:00 12 December 2017

Barrow manager Ady Pennock (pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)

Barrow manager Ady Pennock (pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)

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Daggers beat Bluebirds 1-0 with Morgan Ferrier scoring the winner in National League clash

Dagenham & Redbridge were the beneficiaries of a solitary lapse in concentration on Saturday, according to Barrow boss Ady Pennock.

The Essex club beat the Bluebirds 1-0 in the National League courtesy of a second-half strike from Morgan Ferrier.

In the lead up to the goal, Daggers forward Corey Whitely slipped past marker Calum MacDonald before marking his way into the box and teeing up Ferrier.

It was a rare error from the Barrow defence, who otherwise coped well with Daggers’ threat going forward.

And Pennock was disappointed that one small mistake ultimately gave John Still’s side all three points.

“I thought we had a good opportunity, but we just switched off once and that was it. Apart from that, we had a good go at them,” he told the North West Evening Mail.

“You look at the goal and we switched off, so that’s something we have to work on.”

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