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    MATCH REPORT
Saturday 14 February 2004
Combined Counties League Premier Division

Chessington United    0 - 9    AFC Wimbledon
    (10) Ryan Gray
(21) Kevin Cooper
(28) Gavin Bolger
(51) Ryan Gray
(62) Joe Sheerin
(65) Kevin Cooper
(69) Danny Oakins
(90) Kevin Cooper
(90) Gavin Bolger
 
 Neil Farmsworth 1 Lee Carroll 
 
( 30)  James Ashcroft 2 Steve Gibson 
 
 Ken Garrett-Elliot 3 Darren Dobinson 
 
(sub 46)  Matt Bennett 4 Danny Oakins 
 
(sub 60)  Steve Garrood 5 Matt Everard 
 
 Dean Armstrong 6 Andy Sullivan (sub 68) 
 
(sub 60)  Phil Rowlands 7 Seb Favata (sub 59) 
 
( 53)  Sam Bullem 8 Gavin Bolger 
 
 Grant Woolger 9 Joe Sheerin (sub 80) 
 
 Kevin Terry 10 Kevin Cooper 
 
 Bedel Guei 11 Ryan Gray ( 89) 
 
  ---  
 
(sub 46)  Stephen Brown 12 Paul Scott 
 
  13 Ray Merry 
 
(sub 60)  Tom Daly 14 Simon Bassey (sub 80) 
 
 Hassam Er 15 Noel Frankum (sub 59) 
 
(sub 60)  Hussein Er 16 Paul Quinn (sub 68) 
 
 Mike Roy 17  
 

Match report

Chessington United 0 - AFC Wimbledon 9

Despite the off-field drama of the previous week, the Dons cruised to a record victory against a poor Chessington side.

Once Ryan Gray opened the scoring in the fifth minute, finishing a delightful ball from Cooper with a great first time finish into the roof of the net, the result was never in doubt. Thereafter goals rained in from all angles as Wimbledon hammered home their superiority with eight further goals.

It was three-nil by half-time as Cooper netted the second after good work by Sullivan and Bolger drove in the third from Sheerin's backheel.

In the second half, Gray notched a second from a Sullivan cross, Sheerin converted an Everard knockdown, Cooper bundled one in at the near-post after a defensive mix-up, Danny Oakins flicked the ball in on the line from an Everard header, Bolger hammered a shot home from the edge of the box and Cooper completed the scoring and his hat-trick from 15 yards in injury time.

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