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 Friday, 6 December, 2002, 08:33 GMT
Crawley 1-2 Dag & Red

A late goal from Mark Janney earned Dagenham a victory away to 10-man Crawley in the second-round of the FA Cup.

A club record crowd of 4,560 saw the Dr Martens League side go ahead after just two minutes when striker Nick McDonnell capitalised on a poor back-pass from Paul Terry and slotted home.

The Conference club levelled after 26 minutes when Junior McDougald netted his ninth goal in nine games from close range following a corner.

The Sussex team were reduced to 10 men when defender Ellis Hooper was dismissed for his second bookable offence in the second half.

The underdogs looked to have earned a replay until Janney's deflected shot two minutes from time trickled over the line.


Crawley Town: Little, Judge, Cooksey, Hooper, Pullan, Fear, Holmes, Harkin, Le Bihan, McDonnell, Stevens. Subs: Hockton, Bagnall, Payne, Hemsley, Brake.

Dag & Red: Roberts, Matthews, Potts, Smith, Shipp, McGrath, Terry, Janney, Heffer, McDougald, West. Subs: Gothard, Vickers, Hill, Pitcher, Stein.

Referee: S Tanner (Bristol)


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