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Dagenham & Redbridge player ratings: Solid Batt stars at Adams Park

PUBLISHED: 15:30 26 October 2014

Sam Wood of Wycombe Wanderers and Damien Batt of Dagenham and Redbridge (pic:Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO).

Sam Wood of Wycombe Wanderers and Damien Batt of Dagenham and Redbridge (pic:Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO).

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George Sessions provides player ratings following their 1-1 draw.

Jamie Cureton put Daggers in front in the second period but they conceded another late goal to only come away with a point against Wycombe Wanderers.

Despite that, the second half display would have greatly pleased boss Wayne Burnett.

Mark Cousins (6) – Number one had a shaky opening to game and was nearly punished for not coming for a cross but Peter Murphy headed against the bar. After that incident he looked his usual assured self.

Damian Batt (8) – Excellent performance from the right-back. He defended brilliantly for the majority of the game and was involved with several attacks down the right side. Unlucky not to score but he put in a man of the match showing at Adams Park.

Nathan Green (7) – A second consecutive start for the youngster and he showed brilliant tenacity throughout. He took a ball plush to the face but was impressive.

Brian Saah (7) – He faced a barrage of long balls in the first half as Daggers struggled with the wind but coped manfully.

Scott Doe (7) – Consistent display again from Doe. Although he let his man go for the goal, he put his body on the line on numerous occasions.

Ashley Chambers (6) – A typically battling display from the winger but he wasn’t able to get on the ball as much as he would have liked.

Andre Boucaud (6) – Decent performance midfielder but couldn’t get on the ball as much as he would have liked.

Billy Bingham (7) – Injuries and suspensions have given him an opportunity and he continues to take it. Another hard working performance and so intelligent at times with his ball distribution.

George Porter (7) – He started after his cameo on Tuesday night and again he looked a massive threat. He needed to be given the ball more.

Jamie Cureton (8) – The forward’s movement was fantastic, time after time he made space and got an opportunity from nothing and that was the case for the goal. He did well in the air as well.

Ade Yusuff (6) – A tough afternoon for the youngster as he was well marshalled by Wycombe’s Aaron Pierre but still gave his everything for the cause of the team.

Substitutes:

Matt Partridge, for Green 77. (6) – Not much time to make an impression but battled well.

Christian Doidge, for Cureton 77 (6) – Snatched at the only opportunity he had but did hold ball up quite well.

Bradley Goldberg, for Chambers 89.

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