Date: 27th July 2014 at 9:38am
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Wimbledon secure a second pre-season win in five-days when we continued preparations for the 2014/15 season with a 3-1 win at Woking.

Mark Phillips was given his first taste of Dons action as the central defender, a summer arrival of course, came in for his debut.

Matt Tubbs opened the scoring early on, a move that will please Neal Ardley and one that he hopes can be a feature as the season goes on as his strike partner Adebayo Akinfenwa did have a part to play in the goal.

That goal looked like it would enough to send us into the break one-up, alas we went one better as Sean Rigg curled into the bottom corner to send us into half time two-nil up, perhaps fitting of our play.

Ardley made second half changes, Ross Worner coming on in goal to replace James Shea, with him beaten by the a fine volley from Scott Rendall.

Chris Arthur, one of those brought on in the second half, secured a three-one win with a 20-yard to complete a good afternoon for the Dons and continue preparations nicely ahead of the new season in just a couple of weeks.

AFC Wimbledon: James Shea (Ross Worner), Barry Fuller, Mark Phillips (Sammy Moore), Andy Frampton, Jack Smith (Callum Kennedy), George Francomb (Kevin Sainte-Luce), Harry Pell, Dannie Bulman, Sean Rigg, Adebayo Akinfenwa (Chris Arthur), Matt Tubbs.

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