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Dagenham & Redbridge player ratings: Bingham impresses on return

10:45 08 October 2014

Daggers keeper Liam O'Brien makes a great save against Orient (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Daggers keeper Liam O'Brien makes a great save against Orient (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Simon O'Connor Photography

George Sessions provides player ratings following the 2-0 defeat.

Jay Simpson celebrates his first goal for Leyton Orient against 
Dagenham & Redbridge (pic: Simon O'Connor)Jay Simpson celebrates his first goal for Leyton Orient against Dagenham & Redbridge (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Dagenham & Redbridge were knocked out of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy by local rivals Leyton Orient in the second round of the competition after Jay Simpson scored once in each half to seal a comfortable win for the O’s.

Check out our scores below and let us know if you agree.

Liam O’Brien (7) - The young goalkeeper initially looked nervous and that wasn’t helped by Simpson’s opening goal but grew in confidence as the game progressed and made some important saves.

Damian Batt (6) - Up against his brother Shaun Batt for the first time and the full back was solid enough but didn’t get forward as much as he would have liked.

Brian Saah (7) - Former Orient defender battled well against Simpson and Darius Henderson and put in a strong performance.

Scott Doe (7) - Good display by returning defender, made several timely blocks throughout the game and unlucky not to equalise before half time but had his effort cleared off the line.

Matt Partridge (5) - A tough evening for the youngster. He was booked after three minutes and Batt and Simpson caused him lots of problems throughout the match.

Ashley Chambers (7) - He tried to get Daggers back into the game after they went behind early on and threatened Orient with some mazy runs. Good display again from winger.

Abu Ogogo (6) - Tough for skipper up against former team mate Romain Vincelot. He battled well against O’s midfielder and improved as game went on.

Billy Bingham (8) - An impressive return for the midfielder, who was making his first appearance of the season. He used the ball intelligently and his set pieces always caused problems for Orient.

Joss Labadie (6) - A couple of determined runs but final ball was often lacking. He had a good battle with Marvin Bartley throughout the game and did well against League One midfielder.

Christian Doidge (6) - Youngster did his best against O’s skipper Nathan Clarke but struggled to get on the ball or hold it up enough.

Ade Yusuff (6) - Like Doidge, struggled to impact the game as he would like but did have one great moment at start of second half but unfortunately fired over after encouraging run.

Substitutes:

Bradley Goldberg, for Yusuff 66. (6) - Forward tried to get into the game but was always going to be hard task. Battled well.

George Porter, for Bingham 76. (6) - His introduction was greeted by boos from the Orient fans and failed to make impact on match.

Frankie Raymond, for Ogogo 88.

Not used: Gayle, Cousins.

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