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Pritchard scores for Wales u-21s

Swansea City's young striker, Mark Pritchard scored for the Wales under-21s team as they ended their UEFA Championship campaign on a high, beating Azerbaijan 3-0.

Mark came on as a substitute on the hour mark and within 5 mintues of coming on he opened the scoring for Wales when he headed in Peter Gilbert's cross. The lead was then doubled by Birchall before Gilbert made it three. Swansea's Shaun McDonald made his debut for Wales after coming on after 79 minutes but Owain Tudur-Jones withdrew because of his ankle injury re-occurred.




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Date:Wednesday October 12 2005

Time: 9:42AM

 

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