Date: 25th August 2008 at 9:45am
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Wycombe secured a hard fought 1-0 win over Lincoln on Saturday at Adams Park.

An early goal from Craig Woodman (15), as his cross beat Lincoln ‘keeper Rob Burch, proved enough to win the match, but there were still chances for each side.

Lee Frecklington shot just over the bar for Lincoln then John Mousinho was denied extending the lead by Burch, who again saved well from Scott McGleish, who himself then hit the bar when he really should have done better.

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A second win in three matches for Wycombe must see you happy? Do you think that the scoreline was a fair reflection of the match?

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One Reply to “Wycombe 1-0 Lincoln”

  • Dont think we it was a hard fought win, WWFC could have had made it 5 – 0 easy win. It was just good goal keeping by the imps goal keeper Rob Burch.
    The only sad point for Wycombe was that the goal was actually a bit of a fluke!

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