MK Dons

The National Hockey Stadium - the original home of the MK Dons.

The MK Dons have only played the Lilywhites  in the F.A. Cup. The first of these being in 2004 at Milton Road in 2004 and the second, which went to a replay, in 2012.  

Though the name of the MK Dons came into force in 2004, as the Club's history really goes back to the old Wimbledon Club who moved to Milton Keynes in 2002. When the new name was introduced, basically the old Wimbledon Club ceased to exist. The MK Dons originally played at the National Hockey Stadium, which was demolished after they moved to the Stadium MK in 2007. It was at the latter that the Lilywhites played in 2012.

F.A. Cup

3.12.2004                     Cambridge City 0 - 1 Milton Keynes Dons                                    Second Round                       Cambridge City team: Roberts, Pope, Summerscales, Fuff, Langstan, Scott, Miller, Williams, Stevenson, Sadler and Binns. Subs used were Fiddes for Scott and Robbie Simpson for Summerscales.

2.11.2012                      Cambridge City 0 - 0 M Dons                                                          First Round                                     Cambridge City team: Barrett, Pepper, Brighton, Theobald, Chaffey, Adie Cambridge, Allen, Prada, Hammond, Bryant and Abbs, Subs used were Lester and Marriott. Adam Marriott was making his debut, having been released from Cambridge United.

13.11.2012                    MK Dons 6 - 1 Cambridge City                                                       First Round Replay                      Cambridge City team: Barrett, Pepper, Brighton, Theobald, Chaffey, Prada, Allen, Hammond, Marriott and Bryant and Subs used were Abbs, Nightingale and Lester. The scorer for the Lilywhites was Theobald.