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On a day when five other Premier League sides failed to win (though some drew) the biggest story of the day in the FA Cup Third Round was the defeat of Newcastle United by Stevenage, 3-1 at the Lamex Stadium. Michael Bostwick and Peter Winn (pictured) scored for the Boro with a Mike Williamson own-goal providing all the offense needed to take down the Premier League side. Only Joey Barton’s injury-time goal gave Toon a place on the score sheet, though Cheik Tioté will appear in the match reports having earned a straight red card. Stevenage were just last year not even in the Football League, having qualified for League Two by winning the Conference National in 2009/10. Currently in fifteenth place in League Two, Stevenage are seventy-six places below the Magpies in the League.

Arsenal 1 – Leeds United 1
Millwall 1 – Birmingham City 4
Torquay United 1- Carlisle United 0
Sheffield United 1 – Aston Villa 3
Stoke City 1 – Cardiff City 1
Fulham 6 – Peterborough United 2
West Ham United 2 – Barnsley 0
Reading 1 – West Bromwich Albion 0
Burton Albion 2 – Middlesbrough 1
Bristol City 0 – Sheffield Wednesday 3
Preston North End 1 – Nottingham Forest 2
Bolton Wanderers 2 – York City 0
Blackburn Rovers 1 – Queens Park Rangers 0
Huddersfield Town 2 – Dover Athletic 0
Coventry City 2 – Crystal Palace 1
Doncaster Rovers 2 – Wolverhampton Wanderers 2
Hull City 2 – Wigan Athletic 3
Swansea City 4 – Colchester United 0
Scunthorpe United 1 – Everton 5
Southampton 2 – Blackpool 0
Burnley 4 – Port Vale 2
Norwich City 0 – Leyton Orient 1
Brighton & Hove Albion 3 – Portsmouth 1
Watford 4 – Hartlepool United 1
Sunderland 1 – Notts County 2

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2 thoughts on “Stevenage 3 – Newcastle 1

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  2. Nice one, Michael Bostwick! I am one of the MyFCers (google it) who remembers his performances for Ebbsfleet United in the Blue Square Premier a couple of seasons ago. Nice to see him doing well.

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