AFC BOURNEMOUTH 1 CREWE 0: Feeney’s solitary strike keeps Cherries in top 3

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FEENEY STRIKE SINKS CREWE | A Feeney super strike early in the second half saw the Cherries complete a third home win without conceding. Third vs fourth got off to a slow start with both sides being a little disjointed.
But, it was the visitors who thought they had made the early breakthrough, but Zola’s effort was ruled out for offside. Pitman had the Cherries first real effort on goal with a 30 yarder that beat the keeper but not the crossbar. It was Pitman again who had a decent shot well saved.

HALF TIME 0-0.

The second half saw the visitors with an early chance that Jalal kept out at full stretch. Minutes later it was Feeney, who had been haivng a quiet game, suddenly burst past the Crewe defence and struck a beauty right into the bottom corner.

The goal spurred on the visitors who went looking for the equaliser but its was the Cherries who looked more likely to score with Pitman and Igoe having good efforts. Feeney could have wrapped up the points late on but shot wide when he looked certain to score.

GOALS: Feeney 51

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MAN OF THE MATCH: Jason Pearce | No-one was particularly outstanding on the day, but Pearce along with Garry always looked like they were in control.
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LEAGUE TWO TABLE | 29th August 2009

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