Cherries chief off the mark

Lee Bradbury got his first win as Bournemouth boss as the Cherries saw off leaders Brighton 1-0 at Dean Court.

Last Updated: 22/01/11 at 18:21

Feeney: Hit the winner

Feeney: Hit the winner

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In front of a sell-out crowd the high-flying Seagulls had their wings clipped thanks to thunderbolt from Liam Feeney with 62 minutes gone.

The lively winger latched onto a perfectly-flighted Rhoys Wiggins cross to volley past the helpless Casper Ankergren.

Brighton's top-scorer Glen Murray thought he had scored seconds after coming on but his 68th-minute header was ruled out for offside.

He then missed his side's best chance - a sitter from 12 yards with 13 minutes to play - as Bournemouth caretaker boss Bradbury earned his first victory.

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