November 10, 2012
Dons back to winning ways
|York City||AFC Wimbledon|
|24 Michael Ingham||1 Sebastien Brown|
|22 Clarke Carlisle||29 Will Antwi|
|4 Chris Smith||2 Curtis Osano|
|2 Lanre Oyebanjo||31 Jonathan Meades|
|16 Jamal Fyfield||30 Yado Mambo|
|8 Scott Kerr||7 Stacy Long|
|33 Alex Rodman||28 Steven Gregory|
|28 Daniel Kearns||32 Jake Reeves|
|10 Ashley Chambers||24 George Francomb|
|9 Jason Walker||10 Jack Midson|
|17 Matty Blair||9 Byron Harrison|
|1 Paul Musselwhite||Mikhael Jaimez-Ruiz 33|
|23 Chris Doig||Warren Cummings 3|
|6 Daniel Parslow||Jim Fenlon 15|
|20 Jon Challinor||Christian Jolley 12|
|26 Patrick McLaughlin||Huw Johnson 17|
|7 Jamie Reed||Luke Moore 11|
|14 Oli Johnson||Charlie Strutton 21|
|Jon Challinor for Alex Rodman (58)||Charlie Strutton for Byron Harrison (75)|
|Jamie Reed for Ashley Chambers (65)||Christian Jolley for Stacy Long (88)|
|Oli Johnson for Jason Walker (65)||Huw Johnson for Steven Gregory (88)|
|Jake Reeves (39)|
|· Squads: York City | AFC Wimbledon|
AFC Wimbledon recorded their first league win in three games with a convincing 3-0 win over York at Bootham Crescent.
In a quiet first half Wimbledon threatened through Jack Midson and Byron Harrison with York's only chance coming from a long-range effort from Jason Walker.
Ten minutes after the restart Wimbledon finally broke the deadlock through top scorer Harrison. The forward raced onto a huge header from Will Antwi before prodding the ball beyond Michael Ingham who had come racing out of his goal.
With York pushing for an equaliser the visitors almost doubled their lead but Ingham produced a fine reflex save from Yado Mambo before Charlie Strutton somehow headed over George Francomb's cross.
The pressure finally told on the York defence ten minutes from time with Stacy Long finding the bottom corner after some neat work from Strutton.
Four minutes later Neal Ardley's team put the result beyond any doubt as Midson converted from the penalty sport after Chris Smith had upended Strutton in the box.