Dagenham & Redbridge player ratings: Chambers haunts former club York
PUBLISHED: 09:30 29 September 2014
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George Sessions provides player ratings following the 2-0 win at Victoria Road.
Dagenham & Redbridge defeated the Minstermen after Joss Labadie scored once in each half to earn Wayne Burnett’s team a third league win of the campaign.
Check out our scores below and let us know if you agree.
Mark Cousins (7) – The keeper was rarely tested but his handling was impressive and he commanded his area well.
Damian Batt (7) – A solid performance from the right-back, he attacked when given the opportunity but more importantly defended well throughout.
Matt Partridge (8) – Another excellent showing from the youngster, who continues to grow as a central defender. Kept on his toes by Wes Fletcher but dominated the battle.
Brian Saah (7) – The experienced defender was a leading figure and won numerous headers to ease the pressure York tried to build.
Jack Connors (7) – Solid performance from left-back, who was returning to the team. Fortunate with penalty appeal but offered Daggers good width on the left.
Andre Boucaud (7) – He was caught on the ball a couple of times in the first period but settled and helped Daggers keep their shape in midfield.
Joss Labadie (8) – Two goals from the competitive central midfielder and another strong display. He took both his goals well, especially the first.
Abu Ogogo (7) – Tenacious display from the skipper and he lead the team brilliantly in the second period, urging them on at every opportunity.
Luke Howell (6) – Midfielder pressed really well in the first half and constantly popped up in dangerous position. Tidy performance.
Jamie Cureton (7) – The experienced forward wasn’t given too much to work with but was intelligent whenever on the ball and also looked dangerous.
Ashley Chambers (8) – The former York ace was excellent and created both goals with two wonderful moments of play. He battled hard and when needed, showed his quality. Man of the match.
Ashley Hemmings, for Howell 78.
George Porter, for Ashley Chambers 85.
Ade Yusuff, for Jamie Cureton 90.
Not used: O’Brien, Doe, Green, Goldberg.