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Reserves Beat Plymouth Reserves 4-1

Reserves Beat Plymouth Reserves 4-1

Goals from Matthew Whatley, Matty Collins, Lee Trundle and Guillem Bauza gave Swansea City Reserves a comfortable win against Plymouth at the Gnoll.

Guillem Bauza had the chance to put in front in this totesport.com Combination match but he missed his penalty kick.

Matthew Whatley and Matty Collins made up for that though, both scoring inside of 6 minutes to give us a healthy lead at half time.

Lee Trundle and Guillem then scoring during the second half to complete the win against the Pilgrims. Ashley Barnes grabbed the visitors a consolation goal to deny goalkeeper David Cornell a clean sheet.

Swans: David Cornell; Daniel Alfei, Matthew Whatley, Daniel Sheehan, James Burgin (Ben Davies, 88'), Matty Collins (C), Lee Lucas (Kurtis March, 87'), Chad Bond (Casey Thomas, 81'), Guillem Bauza, Lee Trundle, Besian Idrizaj.

Not Used: Anthony Finselbach, Jordan Prosser.

Goals: Matthew Whatley (20'), Matty Collins (26'), Lee Trundle (59'), Guillem Bauza (77')

Plymouth: Lloyd Saxton; Jack Stephens (Jared Sims, 86'), Curtis Nelson, Jordan Trott, Connor Clifford, Luke Young (Lewis Coombes, 75'), Ryan Leonard, Sean Kinsella, Ashley Barnes (C), Matt Rickard (Jed Harper-Penman, 71'), Kenny Cooper.

Not Used: Ollie Chenoweth (GK)

Goal: Ashley Barnes (79')



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Wednesday March 17 2010
Time: 8:09PM

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