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Swansea Youth Face Bournemouth

Swansea Youth Face Bournemouth

David Moss' Swansea City Youth Team face AFC Bournemouth tomorrow at St Helens (12pm).

Both sides have a 100% record so far in the South West Conference and boss David Moss is looking forward to tomorrow's game and said:

'I'm feeling confident going into the game,'

'We have started off the season very well with two wins and have not conceded any goals.

'We know it will be a tough game, every game against Bournemouth is a difficult one and I predict that they will be challenging at the top come the end of the season.'


Jaz Richards is likely to miss out with an injury but goalkeeper Callum Hawthorne and striker Chris Jones are available again after returning from international duty with Wales.

Kyle Graves, Kieron Howard, Ashley Richards, Chris Jones and Oliver Hewitt-Fisher are in the Wales Under-19 squad to face Germany at Newport Stadium on Tuesday 11th September.

Swansea Team: Callum Hawthorne (GK), David Cornell (GK), Daniel Sheehan, James Burgin, Kieron Howard, Karl Keogh, Jamie Grimes, Chris Jones, Dion Chambers, Matthew Wright, Oliver Hewitt-Fisher, Casey Thomas, David Kingdom, Ashley Johns, Ben Addlesbry.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Friday September 7 2007
Time: 12:35PM

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