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BuryBury
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Ten-man Stags sink Dons

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Vadaine Oliver's second-half strike helped 10-man Mansfield to a hard-fought 1-0 win at AFC Wimbledon.

Robert Taylor saw red for the visitors before the interval but Crewe Alexandra loanee Oliver raced onto a long ball early in the second half to score and the Stags held on late on.

An early injury to Adebayo Akinfenwa sustained in the fifth minute typified what would be a scrappy, slow and ill-tempered first half.

The first chance of the game fell to Mansfield in the 14th minute when Matt Rhead hit...

Dons record rare away win

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AFC Wimbledon enjoyed their first Sky Bet League Two away victory since mid-August after winning 3-2 at York.

Goals from Jake Goodman, Sean Rigg and Matt Tubbs secured three points for the Dons against a York team who are still to record their first home win of the campaign.

Consolation goals from Diego De Girolamo and Stephane Zubar proved insufficient for the Minstermen.

York went close early on when Lewis Montrose drove narrowly wide from 20 yards but it was Wimbledon who forged ahead on 24 minutes.

Goodman...

By ESPN Staff
Dec 8, 2014

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Rigg fires Dons through

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Sean Rigg scored the only goal of the game as AFC Wimbledon reached the third round of the FA Cup for the first time in their 12-year history following a 1-0 win at Wycombe.

The Chairboys came into the tie top of League Two but struggled in a game of few opportunities with the Dons now in with a chance of drawing one the big names in English football.

There was almost a dramatic start as Wimbledon's Matt Tubbs headed just wide inside 22 seconds after Adebayo Akinfenwa had nodded back Barry Fuller's...

Hughes off the mark to down Dons

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Liam Hughes opened his account for the season to hand Cambridge their first away win in four as they beat AFC Wimbledon 2-1 at Kingsmeadow.

The U's attacking midfielder smashed home from Sullay Kaikai's free-kick after Kwesi Appiah cancelled out Matt Tubbs' opener for Wimbledon after just 19 seconds.

Tubbs, on loan from Bournemouth, latched onto a long ball forward to round goalkeeper Chris Dunn and slot home his ninth league goal of the season.

Cambridge drew level 11 minutes later thanks to Appiah,...