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Reserves Beat Forest Green 2-1

Reserves Beat Forest Green 2-1

Colin Pascoe's Reserve team beat Forest Green Rovers Reserves this evening 2-1.

The Swans took the lead in the first half through Kerry Morgan before Mark Preece equalised late on for the home side. Chris Jones grabbed the winner for us with 3 minutes left to play.

There was good news for long-term casualties Owain Tudur-Jones and Darren Way who both played the full 90 minutes.

The midfield duo haven't been in action for the Swans in nearly a year.

After the game, Colin Pascoe said:

"They both came through very well, but will obviously need a few more games to get themselves fully fit,''

"But the whole team played very well and we should have scored a couple more.''


Forest Green Rovers Reserves: Terry Burton, Olie James, Paul Casey, Mark Preece, Ben Ashfort, Alex Lawless, Jonathan Smith, Paul Stonehouse, Danny Carey-Bertram, Joe Taylor, Richard Smith.

Subs: Adam New, Russell Courtney, Steve Behan, Eddie Jones, Ashley Cordwell.

Swansea Reserves: to follow.

Reserve Results So Far:

Bristol City (H) L3-2
(Goals: Morgan, Butler)

Swindon Town (A) L2-1
(Goal: Bauza, pen)

Cheltenham Town H 4-2
(Goal: Bauza)

Plymouth Argyle (A) L2-0

Forest Green Rovers (A) W2-1
(Goals: Morgan, C. Jones)



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Monday October 15 2007
Time: 11:15PM

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good to see the youngsters scoring and otj and way on their way back. these 2 when fit are certainly able to compete for first team places in CM.
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