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VIDEO: MATCH REACTION

Dover Athletic Academy Manager Mike Sandmann spoke to media team volunteer Bradley Kesby after the 1-0 win against Hungerford Town in our first National League South game at Crabble this season on Saturday.

Alfie Pavey’s second-half header from Luke Wanadio’s cross secured our first win of the campaign.

Andy Hessenthaler was serving the second game of a two-match touchline ban so Sandmann was again in the dugout.

Dover: Sandford, Judd, Paxman, Krasniqi (Baptiste 66mins), Brundle, Higgs, Pavey, Wanadio, Martin, Sterling, Kandi (Agbebi 85mins). Subs not used: Goodman, Carney, Nikaj.

 

VIDEO: PLAYER REACTION

Defender Tyrone Sterling spoke to BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Gerrard after the 1-1 draw at Worthing in our National League South opener on Saturday.

VIDEO: MANAGER REACTION

Andy Hessenthaler spoke to BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Gerrard after the 1-1 draw at Worthing in our National League South opener on Saturday.

Jake Robinson gave the hosts a fifth-minute lead before captain Lee Martin equalised eight minutes before half-time.

Ollie Pearce fired wide from the penalty spot for Worthing four minutes into the second half and it needed an excellent save from Harrison Male to deny Tyrone Sterling from scoring a late winner for Dover two minutes from time.

VIDEO: PLAYER REACTION

Goalkeeper Stuart Nelson spoke to BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Gerrard after the 2-0 pre-season win against former club Gillingham at Crabble.

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Andy Hessenthaler spoke to BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Gerrard after the 2-0 win against Gillingham in the pre-season opener at Crabble on Saturday.

Debutant Jordan Higgs put Whites ahead two minutes before half-time.

Gills replacement keeper Jake Turner saved Higgs’ first effort before the midfielder headed the rebound home.

Turner had earlier come on to replace our former Charlton Athletic loanee, Ashley Maynard-Brewer, after the Australian dislocated his shoulder.

A superb free-kick from Arjanit Krasniqi in the 50th minute completed the impressive win.

Dover first half: Nelson, Moses, Sterling, Paxman, Higgs, Wilkinson, Baptiste, Byford, Pavey, Carney, Wanadio.

Dover second half: Nelson, Judd, Moses (Agbebi 70mins), Paxman (Skirwayi 66mins), Green, Brundle, Martin, Trialist, Nikaj, Grant, Krasniqi.

Gillingham: Maynard-Brewer (Turner 20mins), Alexander (Wright 60mins), Tutonda (Akehurst 60mins), Baggott (Greenidge 46mins), Mensah (Carter 60mins), Williams (Jefferies 46mins), O’Keefe (Wise 60mins), Reeves (Kashket 46mins), Green (McDonald 60mins), Lee (MacArthur 60mins), Walker (Gbode 60mins). Sub not used: Moore.

Attendance: 917

 

 

 

VIDEO: MANAGEMENT REACTION

Manager Andy Hessenthaler and his assistant Nicky Southall spoke to BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Gerrard after the 2-1 National League defeat against Weymouth at Crabble on Sunday.

VIDEO: PLAYER REACTION

Vice-captain Jake Goodman spoke to BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Gerrard after the 2-2 National League draw at Bromley on Saturday.

 

VIDEO: MANAGER REACTION

Andy Hessenthaler spoke to BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Gerrard after the 2-2 National League draw at Bromley on Saturday.

Defender Danny Collinge scored twice as Hessentahler’s illness-hit side came back twice to earn a share of the points at Hayes Lane.

Chris Bush headed the FA Trophy finalists ahead in the 26th minute and that’s the way it stayed until Collinge headed his team back on level terms nine minutes from time.

Corey Whitely put Bromley back in front in the final minute before Collinge equalised again deep into stoppage time.

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Crawley Town loanee Harry Ransom spoke to BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Gerrard after the 1-0 National League defeat against Altrincham at Crabble on Saturday.

VIDEO: MANAGER REACTION

Andy Hessenthaler spoke to BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Gerrard after the 1-0 National League defeat against Altrincham at Crabble on Saturday.