Nwokeji strike knocks~out Posh

Mark Nwokeji made sure Dagenham's marvellous start to the season continued with a shock 1-0 Johnstone's Paint Trophy success at Peterborough.

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Still: Great win for Daggers

Still: Great win for Daggers

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Daggers boss John Still enjoyed a triumphant return to London Road by dumping out League One big spenders Posh - a team he managed for 18 months in the mid 1990s.

Nwokeji's 65th-minute header from a cross by substitute Ben Strevens was enough to settle this southern section second-round tie.

Hosts Posh had a Micah Hyde goal disallowed for offside early in the second half and then were guilty of squandering golden opportunities after falling behind.

Wales defender Craig Morgan steered a free header wide from just six yards before former Dagenham striker Craig Mackail-Smith blazed wastefully wide with only goalkeeper Tony Roberts to beat.

Shane Huke and Strevens both went close to doubling Dagenham's lead, but one goal proved enough.

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