Leyton Orient v Dagenham and Redbridge, 07 September 2011

Score1-1 :: penalties 14-13 to Dagenham and Redbridge
RefereeSimon Hooper
CompetitionJohnstones Paint Trophy 1st round - southern section
VenueMatchroom Stadium
Attendance1,420
Dagenham & Redbridge won 14-13 on penalties. This created a new record for the longest-ever penalty shoot-out in English senior competitions. Kick-off: 7.00pm.

Goals:

Dave Mooney 88 G

Goals:

Sam Williams 64 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Lee Butcher
Defender Terrell Forbes
Defender Elliot Omozusi
Defender/Centre back Ben Chorley
Defender/Midfielder Charlie Daniels
Midfielder Jimmy Smith
Midfielder Dean Cox
Midfielder Stephen Dawson
Midfielder Marc Laird
Forward Jonathan Tehoue
Forward Dave Mooney

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper James Shea
Defender Femi Ilesanmi
Defender Scott Doe
Defender/Midfielder Abu Ogogo
Defender/Midfielder Billy Bingham
Defender/Midfielder Peter Gain
Midfielder Oliver Lee
Midfielder Damien Scannell
Midfielder/Forward Sam Williams
Midfielder/Forward Gavin Tomlin
Forward Phil Walsh

Substitutions:

Leon McSweeney for Stephen Dawson 46
Moses Odubajo for Elliot Omozusi 64
George Porter for Jonathan Tehoue 74

Substitutions:

Dominic Green for Gavin Tomlin 46
Richard Rose for Abu Ogogo 46

Cards:

Cards:

Abu Ogogo 22 Y
James Shea 37 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Tom Lovelock
Defender/Midfielder Leon McSweeney
Defender/Midfielder Moses Odubajo
Midfielder/Forward George Porter
Forward Billy Lobjoit

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Chris Lewington
Defender Richard Rose
Midfielder Dominic Green
Forward Jake Reed
Forward Brian Woodall

Comments:

PENALTY SHOOT-OUT DETAILS (Leyton Orient went second) 1 - Charlie Daniels [scored] 2 - Dean Cox [scored] 3 - Ben Chorley [scored] 4 - David Mooney [scored] 5 - George Porter [scored] 6 - Marc Laird [scored] 7 - Terrell Forbes [scored] 8 - Jimmy Smith [scored] 9 - Lee Butcher [scored] 10 - Leon McSweeney [scored] 11 - Moses Odubajo [scored] 12 - Charlie Daniels [scored] 13 - Dean Cox [scored] 14 - Ben Chorley [saved] After 26 converted penalties, the shoot-out was settled when Leyton Orient captain Ben Chorley's second attempt was saved. Ironically, he was their 'usual' penalty-taker.

Comments:

PENALTY SHOOT-OUT DETAILS (Dagenham & Redbridge went first) 1 - Phil Walsh [scored] 2 - Richard Rose [scored] 3 - Oliver Lee [scored] 4 - Damien Scannell [scored] 5 - Sam Williams [scored] 6 - Scott Doe [scored] 7 - Dominic Green [scored] 8 - Peter Gain [scored] 9 - Billy Bingham [scored] 10 - Femi Ilesanmi [scored] 11 - James Shea [scored] 12 - Phil Walsh [scored] 13 - Richard Rose [scored] 14 - Oliver Lee [scored]