Ogogo's first too much for Bradford

Abu Ogogo's first goal for the club ensures Daggers defeat Bradford

COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO

Daggers 2 Bradford City 1

by MIKE SIMMONDS

A SECOND HALF goal from full back Abu Ogogo was enough for Daggers to pick up fine victory over Bradford City at Victoria Road today.

The full back, who was outstanding all afternoon, slid in to net his first for the club after 72 minutes, when the ball broke loose in the Bradford box.

Victory was no more than Daggers deserved as they put in a first-class performance against their more illustrious opponents.

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They were in front after just eight minutes when City keeper Simon Eastwood couldn’t gather Danny Green’s corner and Benson crashed the ball over the line from close range.

City were level midway through the half though when Michael Flynn volleyed a cracking effort past Tony Roberts from 25 yards.

Daggers had the perfect chance to retake the lead immediately, but after Jon Nurse was brought down in the box, Benson fired the spot kick woefully over the bar.

After the break Green hit the bar with a thunderous strike, while Roberts had to make a good save late on from Luke O'Brien as the hosts held on to seal an excellent triumph.

Daggers: Tony Roberts, Abu Ogogo, Scott Griffiths (Scott Doe 88), Mark Arber, Will Antwi, Danny Green, Peter Gain, Stuart Thurgood, Tommy Tejan-Sie, Paul Benson, Jon Nurse (Graeme Montgomery 90).

Subs not used: Chris Lewington, Steven Demetriou, Billy Bingham, Harlee Dean.

Bradford: Simon Eastwood, Simon Ramsden, Luke O'Brien, Michael Flynn, Zesh Rehman, Lee Bullock, Gareth Evans, Steve Williams (Michael Clarke 87), James Hanson, Jamie O'Brien (Chris Brandon 61), Scott Neilson (Leon Osborne 68).

Subs not used: Jon McLaughlin, Jonathan Bateson, Luke Sharry.

Attendance: 2,446 (inc 424 away).

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