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Daggers defender Reynolds stays at Blues for another month

14:48 20 September 2012

Duran Reynolds has extended his loan deal by a further month at Billericay Town

Duran Reynolds has extended his loan deal by a further month at Billericay Town

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Twenty-year-old Duran Reynolds will stay with Blue Square Bet South side Billericay Town until October 20.

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Dagenham & Redbridge defender Duran Reynolds has had his loan extended at Blue Square Bet South side Billericay Town for a further month.

The 20-year-old was intially signed on a one-month deal at the New Lodge outfit, but after starting their last six games, the defender has impressed enough to earn another month with the side managed by Craig Edwards.

Reynolds is available for the Blues FA Cup second round qualifying fixture with league rivals Hornchurch on Saturday.

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