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Dulwich Hamlet 1-4 Carlisle United: League Two side seal comfortable win

BBC Sport Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
League Two Carlisle United comfortably beat non-league Dulwich Hamlet to reach the second round of the FA Cup.
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