Three-second half goals earned Dagenham all three points in a 3-1 win against relegation rivals Cheltenham at Victoria Road.Jamie Cureton could have put Dagenham into the lead after 13 minutes, but he slotted wide following Ashley Hemmings' through-ball so it remained goalless until the break. It only took nine minutes into the second period for the home team to take the lead when Craig Braham-Barrett caught Andre Boucaud inside the box. Cureton stepped up and although Trevor Carson saved his spot-kick, the experienced forward fired home the rebound to net for the first time since November 29. Cheltenham tried to respond immediately and earned a penalty of their own when Mark Cousins was adjudged to have brought down Jack Dunn inside the box. Dunn dusted himself down and put the spot-kick away to level the scores in the 62nd minute. The scoring wasn't finished there, though, as Hemmings beat two Robins before emphatically smashing past Carson. The Daggers pushed for a third and Alex Jakubiak grabbed it in stoppage time as he fired home to give Wayne Burnett's team all three points.