Daggers too sharp for Shrimpers

Four goals in seven minutes handed Dagenham a 5-2 win at Southend in the second round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

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Zavon Hines: Bagged a brace

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The Daggers went in front in the 26th minute when Zavon Hines headed home a left-wing cross from Rhys Murphy.

The Shrimpers hit back at the start of the second half with substitute Cauley Woodrow bagging a quick fire brace.

First the on-loan Fulham striker nodded in a left-wing cross from Ben Coker in the 51st minute before he tapped home from close range two minutes later after Dagenham goalkeeper Jordan Seabright parried a long-range shot from Kevan Hurst.

The visitors equalised when Brian Saah headed in Matthew Saunders' free-kick in the 58th minute and, just two minutes later, Hines volleyed in to the back of the net from close range.

Dagenham made it 4-2 in the 64th minute when Chris Dickson tapped home after keeper Paul Smith had fumbled a Saah shot.

Smith then failed to gather Luke Prosser's backward header and Afolabi Obafemi converted the fifth.

The only downer of the night for the Daggers was a late red card for full-back Gavin Hoyte for a poor challenge on Coker.

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