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Swansea Reserves 2 - Plymouth Reserves 5

Remax Stadium

5th March 2008

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Swansea Reserves Lose 5-2

Colin Pascoe's Reserve side suffered another heavy defeat tonight at home to Plymouth Argyle.

Two goals from Jake Moult including a thunderbolt strike , a brace by Luke Summerfeild and a Lee Hodges capped off a win for the Visitors.

Matthew Wright and Oliver Hewitt-Fisher got the goals for the Swans but Plymouth were simply too strong for Swansea's young reserve side.

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Date:Wednesday March 5 2008

Time: 10:46PM

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a hammering in any language you have to say so tough for the reserves
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