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Butler heads Dons home

Greensnet Editor
Sat 27 Sep 2003, 19:00

The Dons opened their FA Cup campaign with a comfortable 4-0 win over old rivals Enfield. The E's had the best of the first 10 minutes, but from there on Hendon gradually took control of the game, and the first goal came in the 35th minute when Andre Delisser made a good run into the box and crossed for Ricci Crace to score. The second goal came ten minutes into the second half when a long cross from Richard Evans was headed home by Iain Duncan. The goal was Iain's second for the club since he joined in August 2000. The third goal came four minutes later courtesy of a Steve Butler header, and it was Butler who scored the fourth when he took advantage of non-existent marking in the Enfield box to head home his fourth goal of the season. The draw for the next round will be made on Monday.