Tonight at Swansea

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Tonight at Swansea

Postby Smiths Way » Wed Apr 16, 2008 7:23 pm

It's Wednesday 16th April and the Reserves are playing their pneultimate fixture in the Pontins Holidays Combination away against Swansea City, although the match is actually taking place at Port Talbot.

Team:

Tom Pass (Goal)
Steve Behan
Curtis McDonald
Ben Pugh
Richard Smith
Jamie Pitman
Sam Mensah
Lorcan Sheehan (C)
Paul Casey
Isaac Shaze
Mike Symons

Subs:
Will Wellon
Ashley Caldwell
Myles Farrier

20 minutes gone and no score yet.
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Re: Tonight at Swansea

Postby Sledge » Wed Apr 16, 2008 8:26 pm

Nice to see Ben Pugh getting a run out. Useful winger creating most of 'Wood's goals
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Re: Tonight at Swansea

Postby Smiths Way » Wed Apr 16, 2008 9:03 pm

Final Score from Port Talbot:

Swansea City 1 Forest Green Rovers 0


Final game of the season will be at the New Lawn on Monday 28th April @ 7pm when bristol Rovers will be the visitors.
It would be nice to see a crowd in excess of 100 please.
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