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Swansea City Reserves Draw 1-1 vs Wolves

Swansea City Reserves Draw 1-1 vs Wolves

Alan Curtis' Reserves side are still looking for their first win after six games following today's draw against Wolves.

Casey Thomas opened the scoring for the visitors just before half time - taking advantage of a poor back pass before netting past the goalkeeper.

Stephen Dobbie missed a penalty before Wolves score a late equaliser.

Alan Tate returned to captain the side as he continues his recovery from a broken leg - which he suffered in a bizarre golfing incident at the start of the season.

Swansea: Jose Moreira, Jazz Richards (Scott Tancock, 52), Alan Tate, Joe Walsh, Ben Davies, Jordan Smith, Kurtis March, Stephen Dobbie, Gwion Edwards, Rory Donnelly (James Loveridge, 75), Casey Thomas

Subs not used: Oliver Davies, Henry Jones

Wolves: McCarey (Flatt, 62), Zubar (Cranston, 67), Ihiekwe, Ebanks-Landell, Kostrna, Ismail, Price, Forde, Harris (Spray, 81), Gorman, Cassidy

Subs not used: Spray, Moli

Attendance: 190



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday February 21 2012
Time: 9:54PM

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