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Swansea Reserves Lose 6-3 At Swindon

Swansea City Reserves lost 6-3 yesterday away at Swindon at the County Ground.

We were 2-1 up at half time but Trialist Hamdi Razak struck a second half hatrick to help the home side to victory.

Guillem Bauza opened the scoring for us after 5 minutes, having been fouled in the box before netting the spot-kick.

Town then equalised 10 minutes later as Kennedy fired in a superb effort from long range.

Bauza then grabbed a brace before half time to put us in front.

Our lead didn't last very long in the second half however as Allen lobbed Konstantopoulos to equalise.

Razak then bagged his hatrick to give Town a 5-2 advantage.

Chad Bond scored a consolation goal at the end after converting Shaun MacDonald's cross, before Morrison added more misery to our defeat by scoring Swindon's 6th goal of the game.

Swansea City: Konstantopoulos, Sheehan, Alfei, Berry, Bessone, Howard, Tudur Jones, MacDonald, Jones, Bond, Bauza (Lucas 62). Subs not used: Thomas, Orme, Harris.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 21 2009

Time: 12:50PM

 

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