Dempsey double sinks Wimbledon

Weston keep up their unbeaten run in the Football Conference Youth Alliance League with another victory.

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WESTON kept up their unbeaten record and at the same time kept alive their title challenge in the Football Conference Youth Alliance with a comprehensive victory at Wimbledon.

The overworked home keeper Jack Greenaway got down well at the feet of Jack Camm on seven minutes and went on to make a fine save to deny Robert Maggs two minutes later.

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The visitors where bossing proceedings and got the goal their play deserved on the half hour mark with Maggs netting from the edge of the area.

Wimbledon pulled a goal back just after the break, but Weston where quickly back in the ascendancy with Jake Mawford, Toby Yeates and Maggs all putting the home side under pressure.

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The advantage was restored on 57 minutes when Yeates put in Maggs, the keeper made a good stop from Maggs, but strike partner Liam Dempsey was on hand to force the ball over the line.

The latest impressive victory for Weston was sealed on 68 minutes when Dempsey fired home Camm’s cross in to the bottom right hand corner.

Man of the match was Robert Maggs who just edged out Jack Camm.

Weston: Daniel Jackson, Benjamin Sheppard (Toby Yeates 57), Jacob Staines, Charlie Kew (Warren Collins 77), Alexander MacLean, Thomas Seery, Jake Mawford (Ottis Francis 80), Jack Camm, Robert Maggs, Liam Dempsey, Markus Bail.

Weston travel to Havant and Waterlooville today (Wed) 6pm kick-off.

League table

W D L Pts

Dartford Whites 5 0 0 15

Weston 4 1 0 13

Havant & Waterlooville 3 1 0 10

Woking 3 0 2 9

Bromley Blues 3 0 2 9

Dover Athletic 2 1 1 7

Oxford United 2 1 3 7

Histon 2 1 2 7

Ebbsfleet United 1 1 2 4

AFC Wimbledon 0 1 4 1

Basingstoke Town 0 1 4 1

AFC Sudbury 0 0 5 0

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