Bromley back playing on the big stage
|Colin Head reports from Kingsmeadow|
|AFC Wimbledon||1||Smeltz 73|
front of over 2,500 fans at Kingsmeadow, Bromley’s injury hit side
secured a hard earned point with a display of solid defending and hard
work from every player, writes Colin Head.
Ravens got off to the perfect start when after only 2 minutes a long throw
from the right was flicked on by Nic McDonnell and the ball eventually
fell to Barry Gardner who smashed the ball home to stun the home faithful
and to send the 80 or so Bromley fans, who were segregated in a corner at
the other end of the ground, crazy.
the second half it was once again a tale of Dons attacking and Bromley
launching the occasional counter. Moore shot over and Walker made one
great save tipping over a fierce long range drive.
Wimbledon: Little, Butler, Cooper, Finnie, Howard, Sargent, Moore, York,
Smeltz, Carvy, Farr. Subs: Lennie, Woolner, Daly, Sobihy, Wojciechowski.
Bromley: Walker, Julius, Henriques, Vines, Willy, Gardner, McLeod, Boateng, Wood, Amoako, McDonnell. Subs: Falana, Darko, Logan, Luckett, Locke.