March 2010 News Archive
All the news stories from March 2010
(Wednesday 31st March 2010)
Wanderers Reserves registered a 5-1 victory over Stevenage Borough on Wednesday evening at Maidenhead. Stuart Green and Kevin McLeod (2) scored before the break to put Wanderers into a 3-0 lead. Dan Fitchett and Matt Phillips extended the lead to 5-0 in the second-half before Borough scored a consolation effort on 75 minutes. With four Combination games remaining this season, the result leaves Wanderers in third place in the table, trailing second placed Ipswich Town on goal difference and leaders Watford by a point - although The Hornets have played two games less than Wycombe. Wycombe line-up: Shearer, Hunt, Cox, Stewart, Spence, Phillips (sub 80 Harris), Bloomfield, Green (sub 78 Scowen), McLeod (sub 73 Federico), Pittman, Fitchett - subs not used: Ingram, Belcher
(Wednesday 31st March 2010)
Central defender Luke Oliver has had his loan spell under former boss Peter Taylor at Bradford City extended until the end of the current season. The initial one month deal ran until 3rd April. After being an unused substitute for two games, Oliver then made four starts for The Bantams during his first month at Valley Parade.
(Tuesday 30th March 2010)
Not much change at the bottom of the table for Wycombe after the 1-1 draw at Colchester, with the gap to jump out of the relegation zone for Gary Waddock's side remaining at seven points. Tranmere are now back in the relegation zone after they lost 3-0 at Brighton, while Exeter move up after a 2-1 home victory over Walsall. Southend lost 4-3 at Bristol Rovers after throwing away a 2-0 lead, while Stockport County are now virtually doomed after going down 5-0 at promotion chasing Millwall. Only one midweek game affecting the relegation battle, with Oldham at home to Brentford on Tuesday evening. Meanwhile, it's crunch time for Wanderers as they return to action over the Easter weekend with a home meeting with Huddersfield Town on Saturday followed by the trip to Walsall on Monday.
League One - bottom 10
up to and including 27 March 2010
                 PL  W  D  L GF GA Pts GD
15.Yeovil        38 11 11 16 46 52 44  -6 
16.Leyton Orient 38 10 11 17 44 54 41 -10 
17.Gillingham    38  9 13 16 39 50 40 -11 
18.Exeter        38  9 13 16 40 53 40 -13 
19.Oldham        36 10 10 16 30 43 40 -13 
20.Hartlepool    38 10  9 19 46 59 39 -13 
21.Tranmere      37 10  8 19 31 59 38 -28 
22.Southend      38  9 10 19 44 58 37 -14 
23.Wycombe       38  6 14 18 41 66 32 -25 
24.Stockport     38  5  9 24 31 73 24 -42 

(Saturday 27th March 2010)
A 93rd minute goal from Gareth Ainsworth salvaged a deserved point for Wanderers in a 1-1 draw at Colchester United on Saturday but it may not be enough to avoid the drop come the end of the season. Playing their first game at Colchester's new stadium, an unchanged Wycombe side fell behind in the 58th minute when Ian Henderson beat Tom Heaton with shot from around 15 yards. That looked enough for the home side to get their play-off hopes back on track but Wycombe kept fighting and were rewarded when Matt Phillips cross was converted from close range with an Ainsworth header. The late equaliser sparked mass celebrations from the travelling support but also heated protests from the home players who claimed Ainsworth had used his hand in assisting the ball across the line. Those protests continued after the final whistle with bookings picked up by David Prutton and goalkeeper Ben Williams for protests to the officials. Meanwhile, for Wycombe, pegging back the old rivals was enjoyable but with the gap to exit the relegation zone still at seven points, the miracle escape is looking more unlikely by the week with the next task a home game with promotion chasing Huddersfield Town next Saturday (3rd April). Wycombe: Heaton, Woodman, Hinshelwood, Westwood, Kelly, Keates, Betsy, Ainsworth, Mousinho (sub 70 Bloomfield), Beavon (sub 77 Phillips), Harrold (sub 80 Pittman) - subs not used: Shearer, Montrose, Bennett, McLeod - Att:5,593 (away end 532)
(Saturday 27th March 2010)
Wanderers Youth team played a combined Youth Alliance and Reserves Combination fixture at Colchester United on Saturday morning - drawing 1-1 with Wanderers goal coming through Archie Lloyd on 49 minutes. The meeting was played as a combined fixture due to the backlog of games resulting from the bad weather during December and January. Wycombe: Ingram, Smith, Clark, Scowen, Grayley, Saku, Federico, Graham (sub 68 Ware), Lofters-Desport (sub 68 Harris), Wallace, Lloyd (sub 68 Olukanmi) - subs not used: Stewart, Styles,
(Thursday 25th March 2010)
As expected Alan Bennett has returned to the Wanderers on loan from Brentford until the end of the current season. The 28 year old made five appearances for Wycombe during his original loan spell at Adams Park before being temporarily recalled by The Bees. Bennett will go straight into the Wanderers squad for the trip to Colchester United on Saturday (27th March).
(Wednesday 24th March 2010)
Wanderers Reserves played out a goalless draw at Peterbrough United on Wednesday afternoon. Wycombe included 26 year old Sierra Leone triallist Ishmail Fodayi-Kamara in their line-up. The closest Wycombe came to scoring was through Lewis Montrose when he saw a second-half shot hit the post. Meanwhile, a Wanderers XI have learnt that they will play Maidenhead United in the Final of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup on Bank Holiday Monday 3rd May at a venue yet to be agreed. The Magpies beat Thatcham Town in their semi-final after Wanderers had seen off Slough Town 1-0. Wycombe line-up v Posh: Shearer, Saku, Spence, Stewart, Green, Bloomfield, Montrose, Phillips, Harris (sub 70 Federico), Fadoyi-Kamara (sub 65 Belcher), Revell (sub 50 Fitchett) - sub not used: Brennan
(Wednesday 24th March 2010)
As Wanderers followers attempt to dissect the mass of information regarding the 'Community Stadium' proposals, joint Wanderers and London Wasps 'owner' Steve Hayes has continued his diatribe on the current facilities at Adams Park, and contridicted comments from Club PR Chief Alan Parry and praise afforded to Club staff through Football League awards.
COTN feature - Adams Park condemned
(Monday 22nd March 2010)
After a week of results that went against the Wanderers, the gap between Wanderers and 20th place remains seven points. Midweek games see 22nd placed Southend host Walsall on Tuesday (23rd March), while other strugglers, Brentford and Hartlepool travel to Colchester and Southampton respectively. With nine games remaining, it looks like Wanderers will need a points total of at least 50 points to avoid an immediate drop back to 'League Two'. That equates to 19 more points - meaning a minimum of five more victories from a split of four home and five away games - starting with away to Colchester United next Saturday (27th March).
League One - bottom 12
up to and including 20 March 2010
                 PL  W  D  L GF GA Pts GD
13.Yeovil        38 11 11 16 46 52 44  -6 
14.Brighton      37 11 11 15 45 52 44  -7 
15.Brentford     34 10 13 11 37 39 43  -2 
16.Leyton Orient 37 10 11 16 44 53 41  -9 
17.Oldham        36 10 10 16 30 43 40 -13 
18.Hartlepool    36 10  9 17 44 55 39 -11 
19.Gillingham    37  9 12 16 37 48 39 -11 
20.Tranmere      36 10  8 18 31 56 38 -25
21.Exeter        37  8 13 16 38 52 37 -14 
22.Southend      36  8 10 18 38 54 34 -16 
23.Wycombe       37  6 13 18 40 65 31 -25 
24.Stockport     37  5  9 23 31 68 24 -37 

(Monday 22nd March 2009)
A charity match in memory of former Wanderers Manager Mike Keen has been arranged for Thursday 15th April 2010 when an ex-Wanderers XI managed by Keith Scott will take on an XI, assembled by Mike's son Kevin, that will include Gianfranco Zola and Teddy Sheringham. Mike Keen passed away on Sunday 12th April aged 69 following a short illness. The former player with QPR, Luton Town and Watford player took over the Manager's role at Wycombe in January 1980 and revitalised the fortunes of the Club by taking them on a memorable run to the Semi-Final of the FA Trophy in the 1981/82 season, while the following season (1982/83) he led them to a first Isthmian League Championship in eight seasons. Keen's contract was not renewed after finishing 7th in the Isthmian League in the 1983/84 season. As well as Wycombe Manager, he will be remembered in the Town for running the Mike Keen's Sport shop in the old Octagon shopping center and his continued support for local sport in the area. Admission prices for the game, which kicks-off at 7.45pm, are £10 adults and £1 concessions, with all proceeds being donated to Cancer Research UK.
(Saturday 20th March 2010)
Wanderers threw away a 2-0 lead and conceeded in the final minute of normal time as they drew 2-2 with Exeter City at Adams Park on Saturday. Starting the match six points behind The Grecians, and after a thoroughly uninspiring first half, all started to go Wycombe's way ten minutes after the restart when Gareth Ainsworth picked up on a loose back pass to run on and beat visiting 'keeper Paul Jones. Six minutes later it was 2-0 when a through ball from Dean Keates picked up Stuart Beavon who also ran on to slid the ball under Jones and set Wanderers up for what should have been three points. However, on 66 minutes Liam Sercombe rifled in a shot from around 30 yards into the top right corner of the net and from that point on Wanderers showed their nerves again as they attempted to defend out the final quarter of the game. Perhaps inevitably, it was another 90th minute goal that saw Wycombe drop two more valueable points when substitute Richard Logan beat the offside trap from Barry Corr's flick on before slotting the ball under Tommy Heaton to send the travelling support wild. For Wanderers followers it was another familiar tale on what is now a desperate fight to avoid relegation with just nine games remaining. Wycombe: Heaton, Woodman, Hinshelwood, Westwood, Kelly, Keates, Betsy, Ainsworth, Mousinho, Beavon (sub 83 Pittman), Harrold (sub 76 Revell) - subs not used: Shearer, Montrose, Phillips, McLeod, Hunt - Att:5,054 (away end 617)
(Friday 19th March 2010)
Alan Bennett could be on his way back to the Wanderers after his return to Brentford turned sour. The central defender was recalled by The Bees on Monday but his first game back the following evening saw him sent-off after coming on as substitute in their 3-0 defeat to Brighton. The 28 year old will serve a one match ban but Gary Waddock has already spoken to Brentford about a deal until the end of the season after their own defensive problems eased. A new deal would see Bennett return in time for the trip to Colchester United on Saturday 27th March.
(Wednesday 17th March 2010)
Reading and Wanderers have agreed to an extension of the loan of Julian Kelly until the end of the season. The right-back joined Wanderers in the middle of February on an intial one month loan - going on to make five appearances, including scoring the winner on his debut in the 1-0 victory over Millwall at Adams Park.
(Wednesday 17th March 2010)
Wanderers, London Wasps and Wycombe District Council have issued a joint press release following their press conference on Wednesday relating to the proposals for a 'Community Stadium' in High Wycombe. In addition, 'Fact sheet' and 'Frequently Asked Questions' documents have been made public.
Overview from Wycombe District Council website
Community Stadium factsheet
Community Stadium FAQ's
Bucks Free Press article - 17 March 2010
(Tuesday 16th March 2010)
Wanderers made it to the Final of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup after beating old rivals Slough Town 1-0 on Tuesday evening at Beaconsfield SYCOB. A Wanderers side consisting of a mixture of fringe squad players and youth teamers won the tie with a second half stoppage time goal from First Year Apprrentice Anthony Stewart. The central defender, who was signed from District football, headed home a Sam Belcher corner to put Wanderers into the Final. Wycombe: Arnold, Hunt, Cox, Stewart, Mayer (sub 22 O'Regan), Spence, Belcher, Montrose, Federico, Harris (sub HT Wallace), Fitchett - subs not used: Ingram, Smith, Scowen - Att: 310
Adams Park STADIUM TO COST £50m
(Tuesday 16th March 2010)
Ahead of Wednesday press conference, business magazine Property Week has published an article claiming that 'residential development' on the 'prefered site' of Booker Airfield will fund the creation of a 'sports village'. The article adds, "The £50m plan is for a 100 acre sports village, including a 20,000-seat stadium." and goes on to say, "Alongside a new stadium, the proposal includes bars, shops, restaurants and offices. It will also have a hospitality suites, a conference centre, a 200-bed, four-star hotel, community pitches for cricket, hockey, rugby and football, training and teaching facilities for Bucks New University, and a 30 acre residential development." Mark Rigby, Chairman of London Wasps and former Chief Executive of Commercial Property Consultanst Lambert Smith Hampton, is talked up as 'leading the development of the new stadium' and is expected to work alongside fellow Wasps Directors and business associates Steve Hayes and Mike Brooks as a Director of Wycombe Sports Development Limited, the company that Wycombe District Council reached a 'Collaboration Agreement' on 25th February to progress the stadium planning process.
(Tuesday 16th March 2010)
Wanderers Reserves take on old rivals Slough Town this evening in the Semi-Final of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup. The tie, which takes place at Beaconsfield SYCOB FC, will see Wycombe take a strong squad to take on the Southern League Division One Midlands side. Admission prices are £8 adults, £4 seniors, £1 under 16's - kick-off is 7.45pm. Wycombe squad: Arnold, Ingram, Hunt, Cox, Saku, Mayer, Belcher, Wallace, Spence, Montrose, Bloomfield, Scowen, Harris, Federico, McClure, Fitchett
(Tuesday 16th March 2010)
Wanderers, London Wasps and Wycombe District Council have called a press conference for Wednesday (17th March) where they will release a statement regarding their controversial proposals for a 'Community Stadium' in High Wycombe. The conference, which is expected to outline the next steps in the process for the what is likely to be branded a 'Sports Village', will be headed by Wanderers and Wasps owner Steve Hayes and WDC leader Lesley Clarke. They will be joined by Wycombe Wanderers Chairman Ivor Beeks, London Wasps Chairman Mark Rigby, plus Karen Satterford, Chief Executive of WDC and Charles Brocklehurst, Head of Property Services at WDC.
(Monday 15th March 2010)
Wanderers chances of 'League One' survival took another blow on Monday when Brentford recalled central defender Alan Bennett from his loan spell at Adams Park. The 28 year old has impressed at Wycombe since joining in mid February but The Bees want him back after they had Ipswich Town defender Tommy Smith recalled from a loan period at Griffin Park. Bennett is now likely to go straight into the Bees line-up to face Brentford on Tuesday evening. Meanwhile, Wanderers boss Gary Waddock is reported to be looking at returning to the loan market to get an immediate replacement for Bennett.
(Monday 15th March 2010)
With Wanderers heading into the final ten games of the season, a crucial week lays ahead, with Gary Waddock's side still seven points adrift into the relegation zone. Wycombe take on fellow strugglers Exeter City at Adams Park next Saturday but before then it will be all eyes on several midweek fixtures for other teams in and around the relegation places. On Tuesday (16 March), Brighton host Brentford, while botton side Stockport take on Oldham at Edgeley Park. On Wednesday (17 March), Exeter are at home to Bristol Rovers, while the Friday (19 March) fixture where Hartlepool travel to Tranmere, will also have an impact on the relegation issue prior to the usual round of Saturday games.
League One - bottom 11
up to and including 13 March 2010
                 PL  W  D  L GF GA Pts GD
14.Leyton Orient 36 10 11 15 44 51 41  -7 
15.Brentford     32  9 13 10 36 36 40   0 
16.Hartlepool    35 10  8 17 44 55 38 -11 
17.Gillingham    36  9 11 16 35 46 38 -11 
18.Brighton      35  9 11 15 40 52 38 -12 
19.Oldham        34  9 10 15 29 41 37 -12 
20.Tranmere      35 10  7 18 31 56 37 -25
21.Exeter        35  7 12 16 35 50 33 -15 
22.Southend      35  8  9 18 36 52 33 -16 
23.Wycombe       36  6 12 18 38 63 30 -25 
24.Stockport     35  5  9 21 31 66 24 -35 

(Saturday 13th March 2010)
Wanderers conceeded a 90th penalty equaliser as they drew 2-2 at fellow strugglers Oldham Athletic on Saturday. The match, which saw Gareth Ainsworth, Kevin Betsy and Stuart Beavon back in the starting line-up and Alan Bennett and Julian Kelly make their final appearances of their initial one month loan spells, saw Wycombe look good value for three points after coming back from conceeding a 29th minute flick header from Reuben Hazell that give the home side the lead. Wycombe drew level three minutes before the break when John Mousinho's shot was blocked by the hand of Chris Taylor and the referee pointed to the spot - Matt Harrold converting with a low shot in the right corner of the net. Four minutes after the restart Wanderers were ahead when Betsy picked up the ball in the midfield and strode forward before sending in a low shot from around 25 yards that Oldham 'keeper Dean Brill let creep through his arms. That looked to be winner, before a last minute shot from Pawel Abbott hit Adam Hinshelwood's arm and the referee again pointed to the spot - Abbott converting to leave Wanderers still trailing the safety by seven points with ten games remaining - starting with next Saturday's home meeting with Exeter City. Wycombe: Heaton, Woodman, Hinshelwood, Bennett, Kelly, Keates, Betsy, Ainsworth (sub 84 McLeod), Mousinho, Beavon (sub 89 Pittman), Harrold (sub 80 Revell) - subs not used: Shearer, Westwood, Montrose, Phillips - Att:3,846 (away 182)
(Thursday 11th March 2010)
Wycombe District Council have wasted no time in setting the wheels in motion on the creation of their proposed and inreasingly controversial 'Community Stadium', by advertising for the role 'Stadium Planning Project Officer' via its own job recruitment pages. Read more - COTN feature - Stadium update
(Monday 8th March 2010)
Gareth Ainsworth netted on his return from suspension as Wanderers Reserves beat Watford 2-0 at Boreham Wood on Monday evening. The former QPR midfielder opened the scoring for Wycombe in the 49th minute when he capitalised on a poor clearance by Watford 'keeper Jonathan Bond - looping the ball into the net before Bond could recover. Wanderers secured the points on 75 minutes when Daniel Fitchett forced home from close range after a cross from the right. Wycombe: Arnold, Hunt, Saku, Cox, Cobb (sub HT O'Regan); Ainsworth (sub 71 Federico), Montrose, Bloomfield, Spence; Green (sub 71 Harris), Fitchett - subs not used: Brennan, Belcher
(Monday 8th March 2010)
The poll carried out by the Liberal Democrats prior to the game with Carlisle, has left Wanderers fans divided on the necessity to move to a 'Community Stadium'. Responses to the question, "Are you in favour of moving from Adams Park to a new shared community stadium with the Wasps in Booker?”,were 49% yes (373 votes) and 51% no (389 votes). In response to the question, “Should Wycombe residents help pay for this new community stadium through local taxes/sale of publicly owned assets?”, of the 373 in favour of the move, 249 said yes, 114 said no and 10 said they had no opinion. An article on the Bucks Free Press website by James Nadal has contrived the results to prompt a headline of 'Fans back stadium move for Wycombe Wanderers and London Wasps' but Wanderers owner Steve hayes described the vote as a 'straw poll', while Wycombe District Council Leader Lesley Clarke said the ballot was ‘completely too early’.
(Saturday 6th March 2010)
The Youth/Reserve team double header at Southend United on Saturday ended with a 2-1 victory for the Wanderers. The game was played as Youth Alliance and Combination fixture due to fixture congestion for both sides and originally scheduled as a home fixture for Wycombe. The match saw Wanderers take the lead on 14 minutes when Tom O'Regan cut in from the left before smashing home a shot from around 20 yards into the top corner of the Southend net. The remainder of the game proved to be an even affair that burst into life in the dying moments when Wanderers were awarded a penalty on 89 minutes that Jason Scowen converted to make the score 2-0. However, Wycombe had to survive some last minutes nerves when the hosts were awarded a penalty of their own in stoppage time after Wycombe 'keeper Matthew Ingram brought down Marcus Milner. Jamie Dennis scored from the resulting spot-kick but Wycombe held on for the three points. Wycombe: Ingram, Smith, Clark, Scowen, Cox, Stewart, Harris, Graham, Weemes (sub 60 Ware), Belcher, O'Regan - subs not used: Grayley, Lloyd, Styles, Lofters-Desport
(Saturday 6th March 2010)
Wanderers lost out on the chance of nearing escaping the relegation zone following a drab 0-0 with Carlisle United at Adams Park. Gary Waddock made three changes to the side that had lost at bottom side Stockport County the previous week - Adam Hinshelwood returning after injury as Captain to replace Chris Westwood, Matt Phillips favoured ahead of Kevin Betsy and Matt Harrold returning after illness for Alex Revell. In a game of few clear cut chances the visitors had one of their best chances on 23 minutes but Adam Clayton fired into the side netting. What turned out to be Wanderers best chance of the game came just before the break when Alan Bennett saw a header cleared off the line from a Dean Keates corner and then John Mousinho head wide of the left hand upright after the ball was sent back in from the right. The introduction of Stuart Beavon injected some life into the Wycombe attack towards the end but the closest to winner came when Matt Phillips pulled his shot wide in the final five minutes as a game, where it would have been cruel on either side to have lost, ended 0-0. Results elsewhere see Wanderers stay second from bottom with 29 points from 35 games. Ahead of them are Southend and Exeter - both on 32 points from 34 games - then next week's opponents at Boundary Park, Oldham Athletic - on 33 points from 32 games. Wycombe: Heaton, Woodman, Hinshelwood, Bennett, Kelly, Keates, Mousinho, Phillips, McLeod (sub 68 Beavon), Harrold, Pittman (sub 82 Revell) - subs not used: Bloomfield, Shearer, Westwood, Montrose, Hunt - Att:4,876
(Friday 5th March 2010)
Gary Waddock has said he has finished in the transfer market for the current season and will not be adding any further loans before the window closes at the end of March. However, Wigan Athletic defender David Mayer will given another chance to impress in Saturday's Youth/Reserve game being played at Southend United. The 19 year old played 45 minutes in the 2-1 midweek Combination defeat to Ipswich before being forced off with a deadleg. Reading triallist Simon Cox will also continue to train with the Wanderers after also appearing in the game with Ipswich.
(Friday 5th March 2010)
Steve Hayes has broken his silence over the 'COmmunity Stadium' proposals in an article in the Bucks Free Press. Hayes is quoted as saying, "“There has been a lot of information that has been banded around that isn’t true. We want to set the record straight and get a press release out in the coming weeks.” But Hayes wouldn't elaborate on his claims, adding, "I am very pleased that we have got over this hurdle and we will be working with the council and The Bucks Free Press over the coming weeks to get out a detailed press release." Wycombe District Council Cabinet members agreed last week to enter into a 'Collaboration Agreement' with Wycombe Sports Development Limited - a company formed in August 2006 by business partners Steve Hayes and Mike Brooks. Both have since gone on to become Directors of ground tenants London Wasps. But the agreement with WDC is minuted to be 'without final commitment' and an external law firm is set to be appointed by the Council 'to deal with the drafting and negotiation of the collaboration agreement', with WSDL - the company set to manage the facilities at the proposed complex but one which the Council also want a stake in. COTN archive - Lib Dems stadium poll
(Wednesday 3rd March 2010)
Central defender Luke Oliver has been reunited with his former boss Peter Taylor at Bradford City after Wanderers agreed a loan deal with 'League Two' side. The 25 year old, who is contracted with Wycombe until the end of the current season, has joined on an intial one month loan lasting until 3rd April 2010. The former Wycombe Youth Teamer was signed by Taylor for Wycombe in Janaury 2009 on a free from Conference side Stevenage Borough, where he had also played under Taylor.
(Wednesday 3rd March 2010)
Wycombe District Council Deputy Leader Tony Green has rubbished the Wycombe Liberal Democrats initiative to conduct a poll of Wanderers supporters over the proposed 'Community Stadium'. Responding in a Bucks Free Press article, Green questioned whether the poll was 'fair and balance'. He said, “It is interesting he [Steve Guy] is only asking the Wycombe Wanderers supporters rather than the London Wasps supporters. Perhaps he ought to do a similar survey amongst the Wasps to get a more balanced view – they are both Wycombe clubs. More Wasps fans are supportive of the scheme as ‘no-one is suggesting, on their current gates, that Wycombe Wanderers need a bigger stadium." Green added "There is a small, vocal group, mainly of Wycombe Wanderers supporters, who don’t like Steve Hayes and the way he has taken over the club who, quite frankly, will oppose anything Steve Hayes does." However, Cllr Guy said it was unlikely he would also survey Wasps fans, adding, "If fans from the two clubs want something completely different then I think perhaps the need for a ground share should come to an end." The poll is planned before Wanderers' home game with Carlisle United on Saturday 6th March.
COTN feature - Lib Dems to poll on new stadium
(Tuesday 2nd March 2010)
Wanderers Reserves suffered their first Combination defeat of the season on Tuesday evening, going down 2-1 to Ipswich Town at Maidenhead. Tom Eastman put the visitors ahead a minute before the break but Kadeem Harris levelled affairs on 53 minutes when he headed home at the far post after Town 'keeper Richard Wright fumbled a cross. However Lee Martin grabbed the winner for the Suffolk side on 68 minutes when he ran on the slot past Scott Shearer following a through ball from David Cawley. Wanderers included Reading triallist Simon Cox in their line-up again plus Wigan's 19 year old defender David Mayer. Former Ipswich trainee Matt Bloomfield also continued his comeback for the Wanderers following his injury hit season. Wycombe: Shearer, Green, Cox, Hunt, Mayer (sub HT Cobb), Federico, Bloomfield, Montrose (sub 88 Belcher), Spence, Beavon, Harris
(Tuesday 2nd March 2010)
Wycombe Liberal Democrat leaders are set to poll Wanderers supporters on their views of the proposed move to a 'Community Stadium' to be shared with current ground tenants London Wasps. A poll is planned before Wanderers' home game with Carlisle United on Saturday 6th March.
COTN feature - Lib Dems to poll on new stadium

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