Kickstart4Kids - Sessions Restarting
Our Kickstart4Kids sessions will be restarting next week. If you would like to register your child for the available session please click HERE.
The Tuesday sessions are for boys (12-18) and Thursdays sessions are for boys ad girls aged (8-12).
School Holiday Camps 2023
Join the Fans, staff and Sponsors by getting 'In The Frame' for our Daggers Celebrating Diversity Day fixture at home against Yeovil Town on the 28th January.
We will have 6 frames around the clubhouse and car park on matchday from 1pm for you to get your pictures.
Once you've had your pictures 'In The Frame', make sure to tweet them with that #DaggersDiversityDay
Daggers Celebrate Diversity Day 2023
Saturday 28th January - Daggers vs Yeovil Town
Daggers Trust Matchday Guard of Honour
We have a very limited number of fixtures available for Guards of Honour this season. The available dates are 11th February vs (Solihull Moors), 21st February (Aldershot), 7th March (Wrexham), 18th March (Oldham), 1st April (Dorking), 10th April (Chesterfield),22nd April (Halifax).
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or register your interest if you have a club, team or organisation who wish to act as a Guard of Honour at one of the Daggers Home Fixtures during the Season 2022-23 by clicking HERE.
Working with the LBBD, Sporting Memories and Essex Cricket Club in the Community, the Daggers Trust has been operating free 'Sporting Memories' sessions every Thursday at the club from 10:30-12:00. The group numbers have been growing and the Trust is pleased to announce that it is to receive funding to continue in the future. The sessions are run by Brian Tunney from Essex CCC.
The sessions are open to anyone aged 50 or over, male or female and provide an opportunity to meet, talk and make friends. The conversations are not always sport based. Free tea and coffee are provided. No registration just turn up and talk.
Why not pop down and see us on Thursday?
We look forward to seeing you.
This Girl's Ability
Premier League 30 - Community Captain
Trust Supporting Grassroots Youngsters
Three teams of local youngsters from Byron Red Star and Dagenham United played their role in the BT Live Television Broadcast on Saturday when the Daggers met Southend United in the Vanarama National League derby fixture.
Players from two teams escorted the players onto the pitch before the game, walking through the Guard of Honour formed by the second Dagenham United squad.
If you are part of a team which is interested in becoming a 'Matchday Guard of Honour', email email@example.com for more details.
Brian Tunney Receives award from Essex CCB
Brian Tunney, a volunteer for Essex Cricket in the Community, received a special award from Leader of the LBBD Council Darren Rodwell at the Sporting Memories activity yesterday held at Dagenham and Redbridge FC. Brian has worked with the Daggers Trust on several occasions in recent years and was singled out for his selfless service to the local community.
Brian lives locally and can often be seen coaching and supporting young people across the Borough.
Well deserved Brian, congratulations.