Reece Brown wrote on our away loss at Meadowbank. 
It was an afternoon to forget for the Magpies in Surrey, as they lost 3-0 to Dorking Wanderers at Meadowbank, meaning their FA Trophy run has come to an end. 
With the first chance of the game, the hosts took the lead. Bobby Joe Taylor found himself in space on the right wing, drove into the box and his cutback flicked off of a Maidenhead body and into the back of the net. 
Just after the 20-minute mark, Dorking doubled their lead. After winning the ball back high up the pitch, the ball once again found Bobby Joe Taylor in space on the edge of the box, who then fired it into the top left corner. 
Reece Smith attempted to get a goal back in spectacular fashion, as he beat his man on the left wing, but his curling effort from distance was comfortably saved by Harrison Male. 
Dorking made it 3-0 with 5 minutes left in the first half, as James McShane saw a cutback fall to his feet just inside the 6-yard box and he passed home into an empty net. 
HALF TIME: Dorking Wanderers 3 - 0 Maidenhead United 
Shortly into the second half, Craig Ross reacted quickly with a wonderful point-blank save to deny George Francomb from heading home from Bobby Joe Taylors' cross and adding a 4th. 
Dorking had another great opportunity to make it 4, as Bowerman and Moore both had shots blocked within the space of 5 seconds. 
FULL TIME: Dorking Wanderers 3 - 0 Maidenhead United 
Dorking Wanderers - Harrison Male, George Francomb, Tony Craig, Haydn Hollis, Niall McManus, Daniel Gallagher, Luke Moore, Joshua Taylor, Bobby Joe Taylor (Bowerman 66’), Barry Fuller (Philpot 72’), James McShane (Brown 84’) 
Maidenhead United - Craig Ross, Zico Asare, Sam Beckwith, Will De Havilland, Kane Ferdinand, Brad Keetch (Massey 46’), Tobi Sho-Silva, Casey Pettit, Reece Smith, David Omilabu, Remy Clerima (Kinsella 66’) 
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