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Swansea Reserves Draw 1-1 With Bournemouth

Swansea Reserves Draw 1-1 With Bournemouth

Swansea City Reserves drew 1-1 this evening against AFC Bournemouth at Port Talbot.

Matty Collins scored a second half equaliser to cancel out Hill's opener just before the break.

Colin Pascoe named 5 senior players in his starting line-up - Matty Collins, Fede Bessone, Kristian O'Leary, Owain Tudur-Jones and Shaun MacDonald.

Tudur-Jones had a shot struck the crossbar in the opening half as we had good spells of possession.

After Hill's opener, we went looking for an instant reply in the second half as O'Leary had 3 chances to score.

Matthew Wright also got close but his header went just wide from MacDonald's cross.

Collins scored the equaliser around the hour mark, and we then went looking for the winner.

Bond, MacDonald, Berry and Collins all had chances late on.

Swansea City: Tony Pennock; Matty Collins (C), Steven Berry, Ben Adelsbury, Fede Bessone (Jazz Richards, 46'); Kristian O'Leary, Owain Tudur Jones, Shaun MacDonald, Chris Jones, Chad Bond, Matthew Wright (Casey Thomas, 59').

Subs Not Used: Kieran Howard, Joe Harris, Anthony Finselbach.

AFC Bournemouth: Ryan Pryce; Dan Annetts, Murray Holmes (C), Matthew Oldring, Tim Stephenson, Bradley Magookin, Jamie Davidson (Luke Burbridge, 90+2'), George Webb, Steve Hutchins (Matthew Kemble, 90'), Tom Hill, Carl Preston (Dan Ings, 78').

Subs Not Used: Dan Thomas, Tom Green.

Referee: Neil Morgan (Garden Village)



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Wednesday March 4 2009
Time: 9:55PM

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