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Fallon Goal Gives Reserves Victory

Rory Fallon's headed goal was enough to give the Reserves side victory against Yeovil at Port Talbot's Reemax Stadium last night.

Coach Colin Pascoe said: 'It was a good performance and a worthwhile exercise for the senior pros like Steve Watt, Andy Oakes, Kristian O'Leary, Rory and Lee,''

'They all needed a game and did very well.''


Lee Trundle Lee Trundle was thought to have been in contention for a place in Saturday's side after playing the whole 90 minutes in the game, but he's picked up a hamstring problem which makes him a doubt for the game.

Also missing is likely to be Kevin Amankwaah after spraining an ankle in training.

The goal has been uploaded to youtube by 'jonnyhocks' which you can watch below:




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 21 2006

Time: 12:29PM

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I was at this game and we got promising talent comeing through especally dion chambers remember that name because he looks really good plays like darren pratley and keeps the ball well Fallon scored a good controlled header into the top connor trundle wernt up to much ans watt, o'leary and oakes wer solid watt deserves his chance back in the team The reseves got Cardiff nd bristol cumming up soon so support the reseves nd find out about the talent cumming through
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