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Swansea City Win FAW Youth Cup

Swansea City Youth beat Wrexham 2-1 at the Liberty Stadium today to win the FAW Youth Cup.

A minutes silence was held prior to kick off in memory of Besian Idrizaj - the 22 year-old striker who tragically passed away last weekend.

Wrexham ended the match with 10 men when a mass player brawl broke out near the end.

Adam Orme scored twice within 9 minutes before Jordan Kane got one back for Wrexham 8 minutes into the second half.

Line-ups

Swans:
Rhys Wilson; Daniel Alfei, Matthew Whatley, Steven Berry (Scott Tancock, 9'), Joe Walsh; Jordan Smith (Charlie Kasler, 61'), Kurtis March, Lee Lucas, Jordan Prosser, Gwion Edwards (Thomas Da Silva, 70'), Adam Orme.

Not Used: Ashley Elsey (GK), Sam Rose-Miles.

Goals: Adam Orme (16', 27')

Wrexham: Daniel Ward, Declan Walker, Leon Clowes, Josh Marsh, Robert Pearson, Nick Rushton, Jordan Kane, Aaron Malton (Jamie Morton, 86'), Lee Roberts, Jack Deaman (Liam Shipton, 46'), Brian Summerskill.

Subs: Max Penk, James Colbeck, Tom Bainbridge.

Goal: Jordan Kane (53')



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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 22 2010

Time: 6:38PM

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