Three Wimbledon strikers hit the target while on duty elsewhere at the weekend.
Having come on as a substitute at the start of the second half on Saturday, David Fisher struck a spectacular 78th minute free-kick that found the top corner to give Hampton and Richmond Borough the lead at Tonbridge Angels in the Vanarama National League South. It finished one-all though, as the hosts - featuring an on-form Tom Beere - levelled seven minutes into time added on with the last kick of the game.
Jack Rudoni wasn’t the only Wimbledon player to bag a brace at the weekend. Corie Andrews netted twice for Aldershot Town, just before half time and in the 51st minute, to give them the lead at Notts County in the National League. The hosts turned it around though, to win 3-2.
Aaron Cosgrave suffered a similar fate. He put Dover Athletic in front at Altrincham, only to end up on the losing side in another 3-2 defeat.
Winger Dylan Adjei-Hersey was part of a Merstham side that won 2-0 at Balham to book a place in the second qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup. Midfielders Elliott Bolton and Alfie Bendle will have to do it all again though for Corinthian-Casuals, who drew 1-1 at Worthing. Bendle was shown a yellow card towards the end of the tie.
Defender Isaac Ogundere and midfielder Kwaku Frimpong played in Leatherhead’s two-all draw at Whitstable Town. Frimpong came off midway through the second half. Both replays are due to take place tomorrow evening.