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Doncaster 0-6 Town


By Aston
February 15 2011

Town made it four wins in five games with six-nil win away at Doncaster Rovers earlier tonight.

Town took the lead thanks to an own goal from Doncaster's Sam Hird in the 25th minute. Colin Healy made it 2-0 just 8 minutes later when Hird was unable to deal with a cross from Lee Martin which found Colin Healy, who was able to slide the ball home from 12-yards.

Wickham scored his first of the night when Doncaster 'keeper Gary Woods could only parry Healy's effort into the 17-year-olds path.

Wickham got his second on the hour mark when Doncaster were unable to clear a corner fully allowing Wickham to volley home.

Gareth McAuley made it 5-0 in the 65th minute with a header from a Jimmy Bullard free-kick. Wickham completed his hat-trick when he converted a penalty which Town were awarded when Sam Hird brought the striker down.

The result was Town's biggest away win since beating Swindon Town 6-0 in 1999.

Town: Fulop, Edwards, Kennedy, Delaney, McAuley, Leadbitter (Peters 80), Bullard, Healy, Martin (Drury 63), Wickham, Scotland (Priskin 77). Unused: Lee-Barrett , Smith, Civelli, O'Dea.

Doncaster Rovers: G Woods, Hird, O'Connor, Chambers (Thomas 46), Friend, Wilson, Keegan, Mills (Souza 87), Oster, Coppinger, Shiels (Burge 70). Unused: Sullivan, Kilgallon, Webster, Grayson.
Referee: Mark Halsey (Lancashire).
Attendance: 8,448. 

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