THE HISTORY OF WIMBLEDON FOOTBALL CLUB
2001
Saturday, 20 October 2001
Nationwide League Division 1
Selhurst Park
Attendance: 8,042
Ref: Matt Messias
 
Wimbledon
Kevin Cooper (2), Michael Hughes
3 (1) - (0) 1
Gillingham
Guy Butters
1
Vince Bartram
2
Mark Patterson
6
Guy Butters
Goal 82
18
Chris Hope
17
Adrian Pennock
3
Roland Edge
Yellow 34 Second Yellow 60
14
Marcus Browning
15
Mark Saunders
Subbed 72
4
Paul Smith
10
Guy Ipoua
Subbed 67
9
Marlon King
Yellow 60 Subbed 77
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27
Robert Taylor
Sub ((10) 67)(10)
21
Simon Osborn
Sub ((15) 72)(15)
12
Paul Shaw
Sub ((9) 77)(9)
26
David Perpetuini
7
Nyron Nosworthy

WIMBLEDON bounced back after their 4-0 defeat by landlords Crystal Palace last week with their best home result since the opening day.

Gillingham's cause was not helped when defender Roland Edge was sent off just before the hour mark.

Kevin Cooper grabbed a brace, taking his tally to four for the season, but youngster Joel McAnuff made an outstanding contribution in midfield for the Dons.

It was from a free-kick that the ball found its way to Michael Hughes to score the Dons' third.

Guy Butters pulled one back for the Gills.