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Swansea Youth 3 Barnet Youth 3

Swansea Youth 3 Barnet Youth 3

David Moss' Youth side drew 3-3 against Barney Youth in the Puma Youth Alliance Cup.

The Swans had efforts on goal early on but it was Barnet who took the lead on 25 minutes. Jackson Fossi netted from close range.

Oliver Hewitt-Fisher and Chris Jones then claim close for the Swans as we went in search for an equaliser before half time.

We struggled in the second half to create much in front of goal and the game looked to been all over when Barnet doubled their with 15 minutes to play.

Substitute Gary Wharton slotted the ball past Cornell in goal to make it 2-0.

The Swans however made a remarkable comeback with 3 goals in less than 10 minutes to take the lead!

The first came just a minute after Barnet doubled their lead. Matthew Wright finished after the goalkeeper could only parry Casey Thomas' shot.

Oliver Hewitt-Fisher then equalised for us when he headed home Daniel Sheehan's free-kick.

Chris Jones then put us ahead with 6 minutes remaining, scoring from 12 yards out.

Despite our excellent late comeback, Barnet managed to get a late equaliser to save some of their blushes.

Wharton drilled the ball home past Cornell to make it 3-3 with 3 minutes to play.

Swansea Youth's next game is next Saturday as we take on Plymouth Argyle at St Helens, which kicks off at 11am.

Swans: David Cornell; Daniel Sheehan, Karl Keogh (David Kingdom, 46'), Keiron Howard (Ben Addlesbury, 62'), James Burgin, Jaz Richards, Jamie Grimes, Dion Chambers (Casey Thomas, 76'), Chris Jones, Oliver Hewitt-Fisher, Matthew Wright. Unused subs: Callum Hawthorne (GK), Joe Harris.

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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Monday September 24 2007
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