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For the second time in just 10 days Wealdstone and Gosport Borough served up a 1-1 draw, with a stoppage-time goal from the visitors denying Gordon Bartlett’s men a welcome victory at Grosvenor Vale.

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Second-half goals from Junior Hoilett, Matt Phillips and Sebastian Polter were enough to secure Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink a first win as QPR manager at the ninth attempt of asking.

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