AFC Wimbledon 3-1 Shrewsbury

AFC Wimbledon finished off their season with an impressive victory over promoted Shrewsbury.

The hosts took the lead immediately after half-time when Byron Harrison slotted home Billy Knott's ball which had been parried by Chris Neal.

Luke Moore's volley made it 2-0 before Shane Cansdell-Sherriff pulled one back for the Shrews in a goalmouth scramble.

But Moore made sure the Dons ended on a high as he latched onto Knott's through-ball to net his second.

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AFC Wimbledon boss Terry Brown told BBC London 94.9:

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'That win will last us two months now' - Brown

"I am really pleased, delighted that this win will last us two months now.

"There are certain wins, like the first win of the season, that we waited two and a half months for, and this last game especially at home on the back of a spanking at Barnet, which are great.

"The players wanted to repay the fans today and they did it, they worked really hard.

"The goals were good and I thought we played well today."

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