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Swansea Youth Lose 3-2

Swansea Youth Lose 3-2

Swansea Youth lost 3-2 against unbeaten Plymouth at Llandarcy.

It was a heated affair as each side had a player sent off, and the Swans threw away the lead on two occasions to lose the game.

We took the lead after 4 minutes through Dion Chambers, who controlled a free-kick from Hewitt-Fisher and made no mistake by striking the ball home.

Plymouth equaliser after 28 minutes from a corner, Hawthorne failed to deal with the cross and Ashley Hodgkinson netted from close range.

Both sides had players sent off near the end of the first half in seperate incidents. Casey Thomas was shown red for an off-the-ball challenge and Plymouth's Shane Duggan was given his marching orders after a clash of heads with Ben Addlesbury.

Oliver Hewitt-Fisher put us back in front early in the second from the penalty spot.

We had further chances to extend our lead but those misses cost us dear as Plymouth equalised again on the hour mark through Toby Davis.

Damian McCrory then put Argyle in front when he was brought down in the box, he then scored from the spot.

Swans: Callum Hawthorne; Daniel Sheehan, Karl Keogh, David Kingdom, James Burgin, Jamie Grimes, Dion Chambers, Ben Addlesbury, Oliver Hewitt-Fisher (Joe Harris, 66'), Matthew Wright, Casey Thomas.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Monday October 1 2007
Time: 12:05PM

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