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LIVE - Dorchester Town v Basingstoke Town
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FULL-TIME - Dorchester Town 1 (Gleeson 52) Basingstoke Town 0
A real shame but Basingstoke's FA Cup run is over. They were the better side for most of the game but failed to turn their dominance into chances, with Dorchester defending well.
See The Monday Gazette for a full report and all of the reaction.
Town have three minutes of added time to force a replay.
A free-kick from halfway finds Dorchester's Charlie Clough, whose header is not far wide of the near post.
YELLOW CARD - Dorchester Town - Arran Pugh
Pugh is booked for a foul on Jordace Holder-Spooner on the right wing.
Will town equalise? #BTFC— @SKITTLESBTFC 06 October 2012
YELLOW CARD - Basingstoke Town - Jay Gasson
Gasson dives in on Ben Watson and is shown a yellow card.
SUBSTITUTION - Basingstoke Town - Shaun McAuley on for Wes Daly
The ball breaks for Jamie Reid just outside the area but his effort is sliced well wide.
We can do this hopefully get a goal or two! #btfc— @JoshStrudwick 06 October 2012
Dorchester's Jamie Reid lets fly from distance but it's straight at Ashley Bayes.
A good pass from Wes Daly puts Nathan Campbell in down the right channel. He gets caught in two minds between a cross and a shot, with the result a rasping effort high across the face of goal that goes out for a throw.
Sam Malsom lifts a free-kick into the area but Aaran Pugh's header lacks power. It may have been going wide but Ashley Bayes gets down low to save anyway.
Some hesitation in the home defence almost has Delano Sam-Yorke in behind - but Jason Matthews is out quickly to nick the ball away from him.
That's the closest Basingstoke have come to scoring so far. The ball breaks to Delano Sam-Yorke on the edge of the area and he shows good feet to create space for a curler that Jason Matthews does well to tip over.
COME ON LADS GET A GOAL SOON! #BTFC— @BTDrumsOfficial 06 October 2012
Dorchester is always a tough place to go for us. Fingers crossed we can get back into this. #btfc— @StokieDragon 06 October 2012
SUBSTITUTION - Basingstoke Town - Jordace Holder-Spooner on for Stefan Brown
Town are well on top again but Dorchester are defending well. Delano Sam-Yorke's frustration shows as he lashes wastefully wide from distance.
Robert Rice finds Delano Sam-Yorke at the far post but the cross is just a bit too high for the striker, who can only head wide.
GOAL - Dorchester Town 1 (Gleeson 52) Basingstoke Town 0
That's a bad goal to concede from a Town point of view. The made a hash of clearing their lines once, allowing Jamie Symes to fire in a shot that Ashley Bayes did very well to keep out.
However, the ball remains in the Basingstoke area, eventually being pulled back for Jamie Gleeson, who has time to take a touch before firing home.
Callum McNish had to get that challenge right as Sam Malsom looked to break towards goal. He got a foot on the ball and the penalty appeals are waved away.
Chances at both ends there.
First a defensive mistake gifts Tim Sills the ball 25 yards out. He had time but chose to attempt a lob, with Jason Matthews making a simple catch.
Dorchester go straight up the other end and should score. Jamie Gleeson puts in a great cross from the left and Jamie Reid gets on the end of it - but heads over from close range.
Chris Paterson does well to clear from the six-yard box after Jamie Reid is sent scampering down the right wing.
KICK-OFF - Dorchester get the second half started.
Would Love Basingstoke to have a good cup run this season!! #BTFC— @BTDrumsOfficial 06 October 2012
HALF-TIME - Dorchester Town 0 Basingstoke Town 0
There's only been one side in this first half - and it's visiting Basingstoke. They have been unable to turn their pressure into clear chances though - and could be made to pay for this if Dorchester improve after the break.
That's a good move by Dorchester. Ben Watson's clever pass finds Jamie Gleeson, whose shot is well blocked by Robert Rice.
Nathan Campbell makes ground down the left and finds Stefan Brown in the area. The striker has his back to goal and elects to feed the ball back to Tim Sills, whose effort is blocked. Brown may have been better served going himself.
A nice pass from Robert Rice finds Delano Sam-Yorke. He wins a corner that Jason Matthews in the home goal flaps at - but his defence clear their lines.
Charlie Clough does well to win a corner with a strong run down the left. The initial corner is headed away only as far as taker Sam Malsom, who beats one man before forcing Ashley Bayes into a save at his near post.
That's a fine cross by Stefan Brown towards Tim Sills. The striker is flagged offside and can only head over anyway.
A great challenge by Chris Paterson to stop Jamie Reid going through - and the defender then plays a great ball over the top for Delano Sam-Yorke.
He beats his man despite seeming to be pulled back - but his prod at goal is kept out at the near post.
That's Dorchester's first shot of the match. It's from long range by Jamie Symes and straight at Ashley Bayes.
Robert Rice goes on a jinking run, the likes of which I've never seen before. Sadly it ends in a wild smash at goal with his left foot.
Are there many Stokies in attendance? #BTFC— @SKITTLESBTFC 06 October 2012
The double change seems to have had an effect. Dorchester are doing a lot better now.
DOUBLE SUBSTITUTION - Dorchester - Arran Pugh and Jamie Symes on for Neil Martin and Lewis Morgan.
Town's good start has forced the hosts into a double change after just 25 minutes in an attempt to stop the rot.
Robert Rice loses the ball when committed up the pitch and makes a cynical challenge on Ashley Nicholls to prevent the hosts breaking. He's lucky not to be booked.
Town fire in a shot from distance - but it's high and wide.
@BASINGSTOKE_FC C'mon you Yellows! Watching live updates from Keffalonia in Greece #btfc #feedthesills http://t.co/2nJM1KVT— @D0NTKN0WJACK 06 October 2012
That's a good chance for Tim Sills, who plants a free-header from 10 yards wide after Basingstoke work a short corner.
YELLOW CARD - Basingstoke Town - Stefan Brown
Interesting. Brown seemed to be clipped by Nathan Walker as he ran across the box. He goes to ground somewhat theatrically and while the referee whistles, it's only to give Dorchester a free-kick and book Brown for diving.
Stefan Brown's effort is deflected wide by a defender. Another half-chance for the visitors.
Delano Sam-Yorke is looking dangerous and his run sees him take on Charlie Clough. He beats the defender on the edge of the area but Clough gets back to make a good block.
Matt Warner's cross from deep finds Tim Sills but his header lacks the power to beat Jason Matthews. A difficult chance but this is a good start from the visitors.
Callum McNish's low ball into the area finds Stefan Brown. It's a shooting chance but a good block denies him, with Wes Daly firing well wide when the ball falls to him on the edge of the area.
A good run by Delano Sam-Yorke is only ended by a foul on the by-line but Town are unable to make anything of the resulting free-kick.
It's been a bright start from both sides, but no goalmouth action as yet.
KICK-OFF - Basingstoke strikers Delano Sam-Yorke and Tim Sills get the game under way.
The teams come out under sunny skies in Dorset to what sounds like the music from a fairground. Let's hope we have a rollercoaster of a match.
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Team news - Town name the same starting 11 that began the game against Bromley on Tuesday night.
Wes Daly has got over a hamstring problem in time to play, but Ross Adams, Stuart Lake and Jide Ogunbote are out, while Shaun McAuley and Jordace Holder-Spooner are only fit enough to make the bench.
Dorchester have made one change to the side that lost 4-0 at Salisbury last time out.
Dorchester: Matthews, Jermyn, Martin, Clough, Walker, Gleeson, Morgan, Nicholls, Watson, Reid, Malsom. Subs: Pugh, Crittenden, Symes, Bell, Garcia, Gosling, Floyd.
Basingstoke: Bayes, Rice, Warner, Paterson, Gasson, Campbell, Daly, McNish, Sills, Sam-Yorke, Brown. Subs: Little, Smart, Dunn, McAuley, Holder-Spooner, Maylen, McDonnell.
Good afternoon and welcome to live updates from the Avenue Stadium, Dorchester, where Basingstoke Town are the visitors in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup.