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Reserves Lose 3-0 At Swindon

The Swansea City Reserves side lost 3-0 away at Swindon Town today.

The team included four senior squad members - Shaun MacDonald, Garry Monk, Andy Oakes and Chris Jones.

Grimes put the hosts in front 3 minutes before the break as Town struck further damage on the Swans in the second half.

Hyde struck on 72 minutes before James added a third with 8 minutes remaining.

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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 11 2007

Time: 11:58PM

 

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