Date: 22nd December 2008 at 10:42am
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Exeter secured an emphatic 4-1 home win over 10-men Rochdale on Saturday.

Steve Basham (16) gave Exeter the lead early on and Basham’s (31) penalty just after the half hour extended the lead. In giving away the penalty Rochdale defender Scott Wiseman was sent off as well. Two goals in three minutes late on from Craig McAllister (84 & 87) increased the home sides lead before Clark Keltie (90) scored an injury-time consolation for the visitors.

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