Monday, September 29, 2003

Bedfont 1-6 Dons

That's twelve goals in two games for AFC Wimbledon as they continue their demolition of the Combined Counties League and soundly thrashed Bedfont. Goals scored by Everard, Gray and Sheerin, two for Cooper and an own goal. With this sort of form, can anyone stop the Superdons?

Schumacher wins at Indianapolis

Montoya's out of the running now as he has a complete mare at the Brickyard. He punted Barichello off the road and unfortunately, but deservedly, got a drive through penalty. This undoubtedly cost him the title. On top of this, he had a botched pitstop and the Michelen tyres weren't up to the quality of the Bridgestones in the wet. Kimi Raikonnen got second and is still in with a slim chance of the title.

San Diego Chargers 31-34 Oakland Raiders

The Oakland Raiders rallied behind quarterback Rich Gannon against divisional rivals San Diego Chargers with an overtime win. At one point, they were 14 points behind with five minutes of regulation time left. Their record is now 2 wins and 2 losses for the season. Hopefully this close shave will be the catalyst to kick start the Raiders so far uninspiring season.

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