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Beattie Scores Winner For Swansea City Reserves

Craig Beattie's first half goal was enough to give Swansea City Reserves victory at Bristol City.

The Scottish striker, who was just returned from injury netted from close range after converting Gwion Edwards' cross.

New Swansea City goalkeeper was the busier of the two in the second half but he was able to maintain a clean sheet as we held on for the win.




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Date:Thursday October 7 2010

Time: 8:19PM

 

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