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Dons march to Barnet win

12 August 2013

George Oakley leads the way for Wimbledon

found his scoring touch when it really mattered to help AFC Wimbledon Under-18s to an opening day win in the Football League Youth Alliance on Saturday.George Oakley 

sealing victory 15 minutes from time.Nas MajeedOakley (pictured), who missed a penalty in Wimbledon’s final warm-up for the season, struck the first for his side after an hour in a 2-0 win at Barnet with

was also required to keep Wimbledon in it.Ryan Sweeney and Rob Switon to pull off a string of fine saves. Excellent defending by man of the match Billy BishopWimbledon were not at their best during the first 45 minutes at The Hive and they needed goalkeeper

.Daniel Agyei Then Majeed effectively made the points safe after good work by   minute when striker Oakley finished clinically from an acute angle.thHowever, the Dons were better after the break and they earned their reward in the 60

was pleased with the result, but he felt that his side’s performance left plenty of room for improvement.Mark RobinsonAcademy Manager

 “I have spoken to the boys individually and collectively and told them that our performance was a very long way behind what we want,” Mark said. “We have a very young squad with a lot of first-year Under-18s and this win should settle them down. The lads can have a good week in training before we face Watford on Friday.” 

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