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Lita Goal Gives Swansea City Reserves Win

Lita Goal Gives Swansea City Reserves Win

Leroy Lita scored the only goal to help Swansea City Reserves beat West Brom 1-0 at Parc Y Scarlets.

After dominating the early stages of the first half, Curtis' side got the vital goal midway through the half when Lita headed home Cotterill's cross.

Both goalkeepers had to make good saves in the second half as the visitors looked to step up their game to level the scores. Jose Moreira denied Sawyers before Lita was causing problems again but Kiely in the opposite goal denied the striker this time.

The Swans were boosted with the return of Kemy Agustien, as he was back after spending two months out with a hamstring injury.

Swansea: Jose Moreira, Jazz Richards, Daniel Alfei, Vangelis Moras, Fede Bessone, Lee Lucas, Kemy Agustien, Andrea Orlandi, David Cotterill, Gwion Edwards (Jordan Smith, 45), Leroy Lita

Subs not used: Oliver Davies, Kurtis March, Joe Walsh, Ben Davies

West Brom: Dean Kiely, James Hurst, Cameron Gayle (Mani O'Sullivan, 85), Jamie Edge (Wes Atkinson, 88), Sam Mantom, Donervorn Daniels, Kemar Roofe, Lateef Elford-Alliyu, Alex Jones (David Goldsmith, 52), Romaine Sawyers, Liam O'Neil

Subs not used: Bradley Garmston, Jordan Tunnicliffe

Referee: Tim Wood

Attendance: 209





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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Monday November 7 2011
Time: 10:12PM

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