Adebayo Akinfenwa's double helped AFC Wimbledon beat League Two high-fliers Bury 3-2 at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.The bulky striker scored twice in 12 first-half minutes, following up on his winner against MK Dons in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday. Danny Mayor briefly restored hope for the Shakers shortly after the restart but Matt Tubbs then added a third for the hosts, meaning Ryan Lowe's subsequent penalty was merely a consolation. Akinfenwa, who now has seven goals in his last six games, opened the scoring in the 25th minute with a powerful volley before heading in a Sean Rigg cross in the 37th. Lowe had hit the bar for Bury in the first half and the visitors grabbed a goal back through Mayor, who smashed a powerful drive past James Shea three minutes after half time. Tubbs responded five minutes later, poking in his ninth of the season from a George Francomb corner. But Bury continued to press and Lowe slotted home a 71st-minute penalty after Barry Fuller fouled Chris Hussey just inside the box to make it a nervy finish.