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Saturday, 7 December, 2002, 18:16 GMT
Oldham 1-2 Cheltenham

Two goals in three minutes gave Cheltenham an impressive FA Cup second-round victory at Division Two promotion hopefuls Oldham.

Mark Yates was allowed to steer the simplest of headers into the net after 17 minutes to put Cheltenham ahead.

And Cheltenham were 2-0 up three minutes later when Paul Brayson sprinted onto a long ball and produced a clinical finish.

The home side almost pulled a goal back through Chris Killen, but his effort hit the underside of the crossbar.

Oldham did get on the scoresheet when Will Haining scored with seven minutes left, but they could not finad an equaliser.


Oldham: Pogliacomi, Hall, Beharall, Baudet, Eyre, Murray, Darren Sheridan, Armstrong, Eyres, Wijnhard, Killen. Subs: Miskelly, Corazzin, Andrews, Duxbury, Haining.

Cheltenham: Book, Howarth, Brough, Mike Duff, Victory, McAuley, Forsyth, Finnigan, Yates, Brayson, Alsop. Subs: Griffin, Milton, Higgs, Spencer, Williams.

Referee: G Laws (Tyne & Wear).

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