All the news stories from April 2011
BURY 1 WYCOMBE 3|
(Saturday 30th April 2011)
A superb gritty performance at Bury produced a 3-1 victory for the Wanderers and left Gary Waddock's side needing a win in their last game of the season at home to Southend United to ensure automatic promotion back to 'League One'. Fielding an unchanged side and backed by close to 700 supporters, Wycombe fell behind in the 10th minute after Michael Jones' shot smashed into the arm of Dave Winfield and Ryan Lowe netted from the resulting penalty as he sent Nikki Bull the wrong way. News then filtered through that 3rd place contenders Shrewsbury had taken the lead at Cheltenham. That was the worse case scenario for Wycombe but on 20 minutes a cross from Stuart Lewis towards the far side of the six yard box saw Gareth Ainsworth beat the challenge and head home to make the scores level give Wanderers hope. Urged on by the travelling faithful, Kevin Betsy went close minutes in the second period before the crucial goal came in the 63rd minute when Ainsworth curled in a low cross from the right wing that eventually found the out stretched leg of Ben Strevens who managed to direct the ball home from six yard. The remainder of the game was a nervous affair for Wanderers but the tension was relieved with two minutes of normal time remaining when a Scott Donnelly corner from the left saw Winfield head goalwards and Strevens turn and shoot home the loose ball for his second and Wycombe's third to spark joyous celebrations in front of the away fans. So it's now onto Southend United at home next Saturday (7th May) with a Wycombe victory guaranteeing automatic promotion. Wycombe:Bull, Foster, Winfield, Johnson, Sandell, Ainsworth (sub 81 Bloomfield), Lewis, Donnelly, Betsy, Rendell (sub 85 Montrose), Strevens - subs not used: Arnold, Bennett, McCoy, Kiernan, Taylor - Att:6,238 (away 679)
TICKET PRICES UP FOR 2011/12|
(Wednesday 27th April 2011)
The Club have announced Season Ticket price rises of up to 20% for the 2011/12 season. The rise comes after three seasons where prices have remained virtually the same. The cost of an Adult Season Ticket in the Centre of the Woodlands Stand has leapt from £375 to £450 if purchased after 3rd June 2011. While an Adult Terrace ticket has jumped from £280 to £300. Free Season Tickets for Under 12's in all but the Centre of the Woodlands have been retained in a newly branded package named 'Wycombe Wanderers - The Official Membership'. Season Ticket holders become 'Platinum Members' of this latest marketing scheme. Supporters can avoid the price increases by purchasing two seasons in advance at 2010/11 prices.
COTN Ticket page - including price archive
RESERVES WIN AT CRAWLEY|
(Tuesday 26th April 2011)
Wanderers ran out 2-0 victors in their final Combination match of the season at Crawley Town on Tuesday afternoon. Matt Bloomfield opened the scoring on 34 minutes when he struck home from the edge of the box. The victory was confirmed in the 80th minute when Jerome Federico raced onto a through ball before nipping the ball into an empty net after the 'keeper had committed himself. Wanderers line-up included two new trialists - Lloyd Foot a central defender from Southampton and striker Daniel Subola from West Ham. Exeter City striker James Norwood also got another run out. The Reserves play in the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup Final versus Maidenhead United on Monday 2nd May at Chesham United. Entrance prices for the Final have now been confirmed as £8 adults and £4 Under 16's and Seniors.
Reserves info 2010/11 Wycombe:Arnold, McCoy, Dunne, Lloyd Foot (sub 70 Stewart), Kiernan, Murtagh, Bloomfield, Montrose, Federico (sub 80 Scowen), James Norwood (sub 70 Taylor), Daniel Subola - subs not used: Ingram, Kewley-Graham
(Tuesday 26th April 2011)
The Easter programme saw Chesterfield and Bury secure automatic promotion but the third spot is still open to one from five teams. Wycombe have the advantage with a one point lead over fourth placed Shrewsbury and travel to in form Bury next Saturday knowing that victory AND defeat for The Shrews at Cheltenham would secure the all important third place. Before then, Champions elect Chesterfield travel to Torquay on Friday (29th April) knowing that any slip up could let in Bury for the title despite looking odds on a couple of weeks previous. The important games involving the top sides on Saturday (30th April) are: Accrington v Barnet, Aldershot v Rotherham, Bury v Wycombe, Cheltenham v Shrewsbury, Gillingham v Macclesfield, Northampton v Stevenage and Port Vale v Morecambe. Looking ahead to the final day of the season (Saturday 7th May), Wycombe entertain Southend United, with Shrewsbury hosting Oxford United. Chasing hard and looking to take advantage of any slip by both Wycombe and Shrewsbury are a resurgent Accrington who travel to Burton on the final day of the campaign.
League Two - top 10
up to and including 25 April 2011
PL W D L GF GA Pts GD
1.Chesterfield 44 23 13 8 82 50 82 32
2.Bury 44 23 11 10 78 44 80 34
3.Wycombe 44 20 14 10 63 48 74 15
4.Shrewsbury 44 20 13 11 68 49 73 19
5.Accrington 44 17 18 16 69 53 69 16
6.Stevenage 44 18 14 12 59 40 68 19
7.Gillingham 44 17 17 10 64 50 68 14
8.Torquay 44 17 17 10 73 50 67 23
9.Rotherham 44 16 14 14 70 57 62 13
10.Port Vale 44 16 14 14 47 46 62 1
WYCOMBE 2 CREWE 0|
(Monday 25th April 2011)
Scott Rendell scored twice and Nikki Bull saved a penalty as Wanderers forced their way back into third spot with a 2-0 victory over Crewe Alexendra at Adams Park on Holiday Monday. Wanderers had enjoyed the better of the first half when Rendell finally broke the deadlock in the 42nd minute when he glanced home Andy Sandell's cross. However, the home cheers turned to groans moments later when Shaun Miller was adjudged to have been fouled by Danny Foster in the Wycombe box. However, Bull, none too pleased with the decision stood up to deny Clayton Donaldson from the resulting spot kick. Amazingly, in first half stoppage time, Wycombe were then awarded a penalty of their own after Gareth Ainsworth was tripped and Rendell sent Rhys Taylor the wrong was from the spot to make the half-time score 2-0 to Wycombe. Rendell could have grabbed his hat-trick on 78 minutes when Wycombe were awarded another penalty, this time for a handball against Adam Dugdale but Taylor blocked the kick and also reacted well to keep out Rendell's follow-up. Crewe threatened briefly to hit back but victory for Wycombe never looked in danger and with the news that Shrewsbury had drawn with Accrington coming through at the final whistle, Wanderers go into the final two games of the season knowing that automatic promotion is now firmly back in their own hands - indeed victory at second placed and already promoted Bury next Saturday coupled with fourth placed Shrewsbury losing at Cheltenham, would see Gary Waddock's side promoted before the final game of the season at home to Southend United on Saturday 7th May. Wycombe:Bull, Foster, Winfield, Johnson, Sandell, Donnelly (sub 70 Bloomfield), Lewis, Ainsworth (sub 63 McCoy), Strevens, Betsy, Rendell - subs not used: Arnold, Kiernan, Bennett, McCoy, McClure - Att:4,615 (away 115)
TORQUAY 0 WYCOMBE 0|
(Friday 22nd April 2011)
Wanderers let automatic promotion slip out of their own hands following a 0-0 draw at fifth placed Torquay United on Good Friday. In sunny conditions Wycombe were on the back foot for most of the game and had Nikki Bull to thank once again for keeping the opposition at bay. The Wycombe 'keeper saved a third minute effort from former Wanderer Chris Zebroski as the home side took the early initiative. However, neither 'keeper was seriously troubled in the opening 45 minutes with Wanderers' best chance coming five minutes before the break when Matt Bloomfield forced former Wanderer loanee Scott Beavon into a save. The second period was a much higher tempo. Seconds after the restart former Wanderers loanee Guy Branston saw a header hit the post and it set the tone for a half when the Wanderers defence came under severe pressure. Bull was on top form again with his save of the day coming in the 68th minute with a flying stop to deny Branston following a Kevin Nicholson corner. Craig Stanley and Nicholson were also denied late on by Bull, while Billy Kee blasted wide from 12 yardson 85 minutes with just Bull to beat.
Wycombe:Bull, Foster, Winfield, Johnson, Sandell, Donnelly, Lewis, Ainsworth (sub 76 Strevens), Bloomfield (su 87 Montrose), Betsy, Rendell - subs not used: Arnold, Murtagh, Bennett, McCoy, McClure - Att:4,009 (away 497)
(Thursday 21st April 2011)
Wanderers go into the Easter Holiday fixtures protecting a one point margin to fourth place Shrewsbury Town. Wanderers travel to Torquay on Friday (KO 3pm) before entertaining Crewe Alexendra on Holiday Monday (KO 3pm at Adams Park). Other fixtures involving the sides in the top ten on Friday are; Bury v Lincoln (20th), Northampton (22nd) v Rotherham and Southend (14th) v Stevenage. On Saturday (23rd April) relevant fixtures are; Hereford (18th) v Shrewsbury, Accrington v Bradford (16th), Gillingham v Barnet (23rd), Oxford Utd (11th) v Chestefield and Port Vale v Stockport (24th). Meanwhile on Holiday Monday, the important games are; Burton (21st) v Torquay, Chesterfield v Bury, Rotherham v Gillingham, Shrewsbury v Accrington and Stevenage v Port Vale. Come the end of play on Monday the picture should look much clearer as Wanderers then go into the final two League games of the season; away to Bury on Saturday 30th April and then home to Southend on Saturday 7th May.
League Two - top 10
up to and including 19 April 2011
PL W D L GF GA Pts GD
1.Chesterfield 42 23 12 7 80 47 81 33
2.Bury 42 21 11 10 74 42 74 32
3.Wycombe 42 19 13 10 61 48 70 13
4.Shrewsbury 42 19 12 11 66 49 69 17
5.Torquay 42 17 15 10 64 41 65 23
6.Stevenage 42 17 14 11 58 39 65 19
7.Gillingham 42 16 17 9 61 46 65 15
8.Accrington 42 16 11 9 66 53 65 13
9.Port Vale 42 16 14 12 46 43 62 3
10.Rotherham 42 16 13 13 68 54 61 14
RESERVES WIN AT SHOTS|
(Tuesday 19th April 2011)
Wanderers fielded three triallists during a 3-2 Combination victory at Aldershot Town on Tuesday afternoon. 22 year old winger Mike Gosney scored a late winner for the Wanderers and he was joined by fellow Totton player Mike Green playing at left-back. The other triallist is reported to have been Exeter City striker James Norwood. Wanderers took the lead in the first half when Matt Bloomfield tapped in from close range after Matt McClure stole possession from The Shots. Gosney then set up Norwood to put Wanderers 2-0 up at the break. However, the home side hit back as the game drew to a close with Andre Landell smashing home an effort into the top corner before Reece Connolly equalised from a penalty after Charles Dunne had been penalised for handball. However, in the dying moments Keiran Murtagh ran through from midfield and despite seeing his shot saved, Gosney was on hand to grab the winner. Reserves info 2010/11
B&B FINAL SWITCHED|
(Tuesday 19th April 2011)
The venue for Wanderers' meeting with Maidenhead United in the Final of the Berks and Bucks Senior Cup has been changed from Burnham to Chesham United. The date of the game remains Holiday Monday 2nd May with a 3pm kick-off. Entrance prices are still to be confirmed. Meanwhile, Wanderers are set to field three unnamed triallists in the Combination Reserve meeting away to Aldershot Town on Tuesday (19th April), kick-off 2pm.
STADIUM 'FACT SHEET'|
(Tuesday 19th April 2011)
Wycombe District Council have published a 'Fact Sheet' relating to the Community Stadium Proposals. The document highlights 'issues that remain to be addressed and satisfactory
solutions identified', 'potential benefits' of the development, plus a series answers to commonly asked questions, under the heading 'Correcting the misconceptions'. The 'Fact Sheet', originally appended with the wording 'Myth Busting' includes one of the 'potential benefits' as to 'Retain Wasps in the town and increase Wycombe Wanderers financial stability'.
Download Stadium Fact Sheet from WDC website.
09/10 ACCOUNTS PUBLISHED|
(Monday 18th April 2011)
Accounts now published for the year ending June 2010, confirm Wanderers made losses of £1.17m with operating costs rising to an all time Club high of £6.8m. The accounts are the first since the Club began trading as Wycombe Wanderers Football Club Limited in August 2009 Read COTN News feature
(Saturday 16th April 2011)
Wanderers Under 18 side drew 2-2 with Brentford on Saturday morning in a match that doubled up as Youth Alliance game and Combination fixture. The match, played at Brentford's training ground, saw Wanderers' goals come from Kadeem Harris in the 35th minute and Oliver Taylor on 82 minutes.
Youth Team info 2010/11 Wycombe:Ingram, Redley, Dunne, Stewart, Duffy, Ibe, Kretzschmar (sub 70 Ehui), Scowen (sub 80 Wright), Harris, Taylor, Morias (sub 70 Twum) - subs not used: Horlock, Herbert
WYCOMBE 2 NORTHAMPTON 2|
(Saturday 16th April 2011)
Wanderers came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 for the second week running as they were frustrated by a battling display from fourth from bottom Northampton Town on Saturday at Adams Park. With Gareth Ainsworth still missing through injury, Wanderers found themselves a goal down on 20 minutes after Andy Sandell was adjudged to have fouled Paul Rodgers in the Wycombe box and Sahun Harrad drove the resulting penalty down the middle to beat Nikki Bull. The situation got worse for Wanderers in the 37th minute when Guillem Bauza was afforded too much space in the penalty area and slotted home into the bottom left corner of the Valley End net. A more determined Wanderers flew out in the second period and finally grabbed a goal back on 51 minutes when Scott Donnelly nipped in to squeeze the ball home and set up the revival. However, Wanderers still found it difficult to break down The Cobblers and it took an all or nothing approach from Gary Waddock with the introduction of striker Stuart Beavon for Lewis Montrose and midfielder Matt Bloomfield for Danny Foster before the equaliser came. The hero was Leon Johnson who rose highest from Scott Donnelly's 82nd minute corner to head past Steve Collis in the visitors goal and raise hopes of a late victory. But Wanderers had to settle for a point and are now just a point ahead of fourth placed Shrewsbury with a visit to fifth place Torquay United (5 points behind) set for next Friday before entertaining Crewe Alexendra on Holiday Monday. Wycombe:Bull, Foster (sub 82 Bloomfield), Winfield (sub HT Westwood), Johnson, Sandell, Donnelly, Lewis, Montrose (sub 62 Beavon), Betsy, Rendell, Pittman - subs not used: Arnold, Murtagh, Strevens, McCoy - Att:5,161 (away 500 approx)
(Thursday 14th April 2011)
The Club have confirmed the resignation of Assistant Manager Martin Kuhl less than a week after he was suspended by the Club. The suspension followed an alleged altercation with a player on the team coach following the 0-0 draw at Hereford the previous Tuesday. Reports in the Daily Mail on Saturday 9th April claimed the player was loanee Scott Donnelly. However, Kuhl wouldn't be drawn on details, commenting to the Bucks Free Press, "I made a split second error of judgement and itís cost me. It was nothing major but it was the clubís policy. The decision may have been forced upon me." Meanwhile, Manager Gary Waddock, who has worked with Kuhl for four years, added, "Iíd like to thank him for helping me over the years. The relationship we had both at Aldershot and at Wycombe was excellent."
(Thursday 14th April 2011)
With five Saturday's remaining before the end of the regular season, Wanderers find themselves in third spot in the table and still having their promotion destiny in their own hands. The chasing pack realistically looks to go down to 10th spot. At the top Chesterfield look certain Champions and only need four more points to be guarantee automatic promotion. The next round of games on Saturday (16th April) will see Wanderers take on Northampton (21st) at home; while the remainder of the top eight also have home advantage; Chesterfield (1st) v Macclesfield (18th), Bury (2nd) v Barnet (23rd), Shrewsbury (4th) v Stockport (24th), Torquay (5th) v Port Vale (9th), Stevenage (6th) v Aldershot (12th), Gillingham (7th) v Morecambe (15th) and Accrington (8th) v Oxford (11th). Meanwhile, outsiders Rotherham (10th) host Hereford (19th). All points to being a very crucial set of results prior to the Easter fixtures where Wanderers travel to Torquay on Friday before entertaining Crewe Alexendra on Holiday Monday.
League Two - top 10
up to and including 12 April 2011
PL W D L GF GA Pts GD
1.Chesterfield 41 22 12 7 78 46 78 32
2.Bury 41 20 11 10 72 42 71 30
3.Wycombe 41 19 12 10 59 46 69 13
4.Shrewsbury 41 18 12 11 64 49 66 15
5.Torquay 41 17 14 10 46 60 64 23
6.Stevenage 41 12 9 23 56 37 64 19
7.Gillingham 41 9 15 20 60 45 64 15
8.Accrington 41 9 13 22 66 53 64 13
9.Port Vale 41 16 13 12 46 43 61 3
10.Rotherham 41 16 12 13 68 54 60 14
(Wednesday 13th April 2011)
Wycombe Wanderers Trust AGM will take place on Thursday 14th April in the Woodlands Suite at Adams Park. The formal proceedings include nominations for re-election to the Trust Board from Reg Rundle and Garry Heath, plus new nominations from David Cook, Alan Cecil and Colin Treacher (see the Trust website for full candidate details). Following the formal activities, Members will have the opportunity to discuss any issues in relation to the Trust, including the Community Stadium plans. The bar will be open from 7.30pm, with the AGM commencing at 8.00pm. Visit WW Trust home page
(Tuesday 12th April 2011)
The venues and dates have been confirmed for the finals involving the Wanderers Reserve and Youth Teams. The Final of the Berks and Bucks Senior Cup against Maidenhead United will take place at Burnham on Holiday Monday 2nd May with a 3pm kick-off. Meanwhile, the National Final of the Football League Youth Alliance Cup against Darlington will take place at Adams Park on Wednesday 4th May with a 7pm kick-off. Entrance prices for both finals are still to be finalised.
YOUTHS GIVEN PRO DEALS|
(Monday 11th April 2011)
Four of Wanderers Second Year Apprentices have been offered their first Professional Contracts at the Club. They are Jesse Graham-Kewley, Kadeem Harris, Josh Scowen and Anthony Stewart. Winger Harris and midfielder Scowen have already made their Football League debuts for the Wanderers while central midfielder Graham-Kewley and central defender Stewart have signed following a series of impressive displays for the Wanderers Under 18 and Reserve sides.
Youth info 2010/11
OXFORD UTD 2 WYCOMBE 2|
(Saturday 9th April 2011)
Backed by a following approaching 1,800, Wanderers scored two goals within four second half minutes to come back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Oxford United on Saturday. Fielding two changes from the side that drew 0-0 at Hereford (Stuart Lewis and Andy Sandell replacing Scott Donnelly and the injured Gareth Ainsworth), Wanderers were eventually punished for giving the home side too much space in front of goal when Alfie Potter fired home on 34 minutes from just outside the penalty area following a through ball from Simon Heslop. Stuart Beavon was forced off shortly afterwards with a knee injury and his replacement, Jon-Paul Pittman, almost snatched an equaliser with a chip that come off the top of the cross bar. But Wanderers task got harder eight minutes after the restart when Potter's low cross from the right was turned into his own net by Dave Winfield. The goal sparked an almost immediate reaction from Manager Gary Waddock who replaced Marvin McCoy with Scott Donnelly. Shortly afterwards on 63 minutes Wanderers pulled a goal back when Scott Rendell directed a header back past Ryan Clarke in the United goal following Sandell's floated cross. Three minutes later Wanderers were level when Betsy floated a crossed from the right to far side of the box where Pittman controlled and finished in style with a low shot into the opposite corner of the net. It was now Wanderers in the assendency although both sides had chances to win the game. Winfield came closest for Wanderers when he nearly made amends for his own goal but he couldn't quite get the direction on a header from inside the box. At the other end Nikki Bull once again came to Wycombe's rescue when he blocked a close range effort from Tom Craddock with four minutes left on the clock. In the end a draw was probable a fair result with the point seeing Wanderers remain second in the table with 69 points from 41 games. Bury are third (68 from 40), Shrewsbury fourth (66 from 41), followed by Torquay, Stevenage, Gillingham and Accrington all on 64 points from 41 games. Next game for the Wanderers, at home to fourth from bottom Northampton Town on Saturday 16th April. Wycombe:Bull, McCoy (sub 55 Donnelly), Winfield, Johnson, Foster, Betsy, Montrose, Lewis, Sandell (sub 88 Westwood), Rendell, Beavon (sub 36 Pittman) - subs not used: Arnold, Murtagh, Strevens, Kiernan - Att:9,309 (away 1,796)
(Friday 8th April 2011)
The Club have released a short statement confirming the suspension of Assistant Manager Martin Kuhl with immediate effect. The statement concludes, "The Club is not in a position to disclose any further details at this stage and will not comment again until the internal investigation has concluded." 46 year old Kuhl joined Wanderers in October 2009 when he followed Manager Gary Waddock from Aldershot Town.
FA CUP TEN YEAR MEMORIES|
(Friday 8th April 2011)
COTN concludes its 10th anniversary look back at the famous FA Cup run of the 2000/2001 season as we recall the visit to Villa Park for the Semi-Final showdown with Liverpool on Sunday 8th April 2001. Also take a look back at the COTN Semi-Final special and the COTN match report for more memories.
YOUTHS THRO TO FINAL|
(Thursday 7th April 2011)
Wanderers Under 18's made it through to the national Final of the Football League Youth Alliance League Cup following a 1-0 victory over Southend United at Adams Park on Thursday evening. The only goal of a tense encounter came on 8 minute when Lee Weemes struck home from close range after good work from Nathan Olukanmi. Ryan Ware went close to extending the lead before the break when his effort struck the crossbar before the visitors eventually began to press in the latter stages only for Matt Ingram in the Wanderers goal to deny them via a fine save from Della Verde's close range effort with nine minutes remaining, thus helping to secure Wanderers' passage to the final where they will take on Darlington at a venue and date to be arranged. Wycombe:Ingram, Smith, Styles, Dunne, Stewart, Scowen, Lloyd (sub 59 Ibe), Ware, (sub 69 Taylor), Olukanmi (sub 60 Loferts-Desport), Harris, Weemes - subs not used: Horlock, Duffy - Att:287
HEREFORD 0 WYCOMBE 0|
(Tuesday 5th April 2011)
Wanderers stumbled to a 0-0 at Hereford United on Tuesday evening, with 'keeper Nikki Bull again performing heriocs to prevent the home side from registering only their fourth home League victory of the season. Against the side that had dumped Wanderers out the FA Cup back in January, the better greater number of chances to fall to Gary Waddock's side but it wasn't until the closing stages that Adam Bartlett in the home goal was tested. Prior to that the closest Wanderers came to breaking the deadlock came when substitute Andy Sandell saw an effort hit the upright. Bull, playing with a slight injury from Saturday's encounter with Stockport, then produced his now obligatory point saving stops, the pick being when he thwarted Stuart Fleetwood. Sandell forced a late save from Bartlett with a header but with game ending goalless Wanderers remain in 2nd spot in the table, two points ahead of Shrewsbury and having now played the same amount of games. Bury are 4th, three points behind but with a game in hand over the Wanderers. Next game, away to Oxford United on Saturday (9th April). Wycombe:Bull, McCoy, Winfield, Johnson, Foster, Ainsworth (sub 65 Sandell), Montrose, Donnelly (sub 70 Murtagh), Betsy, Beavon, Rendell (sub 65 Pittman) - subs not used: Arnold, Kiernan, Strevens, McClure. - Att:1,633 (away 178)
YOUTHS IN AREA FINAL|
(Monday 4th April 2011)
Wanderers Under 18 side will play their Youth Alliance League Cup Area Final versus Southend United at Adams Park this Thursday (7th April), with the Club allowing all spectators FREE entry. Richard Dobson's side have made it though to Area Final having come through an initial group qualifying stage, followed by knock out stage victories over Swansea City, Peterborough United and Millwall. The winners of the Area Final will play the equivalent winners from the Northern Section of the Football League Youth Alliance. Kick-off on Thursday is 7pm.
WYCOMBE 2 STOCKPORT 0|
(Saturday 2nd April 2011)
A relatively solid first performance from the Wanderers set Gary Waddock's side on their way to a comfortable 2-0 victory over bottom club Stockport County at Adams Park on Saturday. After Nikki Bull had kept out an early effort from County's Anthony Elding, the breakthrough came on 10 minutes when Gareth Ainsworth chased up his blocked free-kick to take the ball to the right bye line before centering for Lewis Montrose to fire past Matthew Glennon in the visitors goal via the right hand upright. More Wycombe pressure prior to the break was rewarded on 41 minutes when Adam Griffin handled Ainsworth's ball into the box from the right and Scott Rendell once again cooling slotted home the resulting spot-kick. From that point on the result never looked in danger and Stuart Beavon, Kevin Betsy and Rendell also came close to adding to the scoreline. With the majority of the other clubs in the promotion places winning, the three points were vital in keeping Wanderers in second spot in the table ahead of Tuesday evening's visit to Hereford United and next Saturday trip to Oxford United. Wycombe:Bull, McCoy, Winfield, Johnson, Foster, Ainsworth (sub 73 Murtagh), Montrose, Donnelly (sub 80 Scowen), Betsy, Beavon, Rendell (sub 83 Sandell) - subs not used: Arnold, Pittman, Kiernan, McClure - Att:6,836 (Community day - away 150 approx)
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