October 13, 2012
Happy return for Howe
|AFC Bournemouth||Leyton Orient|
|34 David James||16 Ryan Allsopp|
|2 Simon Francis||15 Nathan Clarke|
|13 Tommy Elphick||4 Ben Chorley|
|24 Miles Addison||3 Gary Sawyer|
|26 Richard Hughes||21 Lee Cook|
|7 Marc Pugh||22 Martin Rowlands|
|16 Shaun MacDonald||8 Anthony Griffith|
|11 Charlie Daniels||7 Dean Cox|
|32 Eunan O'Kane||2 Leon McSweeney|
|28 Lee Barnard||27 Scott Wagstaff|
|22 Lewis Grabban||10 Michael Symes|
|1 Shwan Jalal||Mathieu Baudry 6|
|3 Steve Cook||Jimmy Smith 11|
|30 Lorenzo Davids||Marc Laird 14|
|17 Josh McQuoid||Lloyd James 23|
|6 Joe Partington||Moses Odubajo 17|
|14 Frank Demouge||David Mooney 39|
|18 Matthew Tubbs||Ryan Brunt 26|
|Lorenzo Davids for Richard Hughes (44)||Moses Odubajo for Lee Cook (68)|
|Ryan Brunt for Michael Symes (68)|
|David Mooney for Scott Wagstaff (81)|
|· Rosters: AFC Bournemouth | Leyton Orient|
Returning Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe watched from the stands as the League One strugglers picked up a much-needed 2-0 win over Leyton Orient.
Two goals in two second half minutes from Lewis Grabban and Marc Pugh earned the home side only their second victory of a miserable season so far.
In a first period with not much to get excited about, Orient's former Bournemouth striker Michael Symes attempted an ambitious lob over David James only to see it sail wide.
At the other end Eunan O'Kane broke clear for the Cherries before taking too long on the ball and shooting straight at Allsop.
A poor game sprung into life in the 64th minute when Grabban turned home a Simon Francis corner at the back post.
Pugh sealed the win moments later as he drifted past two challenges before rounding Orient goalkeeper Ryan Allsop and slotting home from six yards.
Charlie Daniel almost topped off a perfect afternoon for the hosts only to have his curling 30-yard free kick pushed wide by Allsop.