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Swansea City 6 - Horsham Town 2

Liberty Stadium

10th December

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Swansea 6- 2 Horsham

Swansea City broke Horsham hearts after securing an comfortable 6-2 win over the Ryaman Premier Division outfit.

Roberto Martinez's squad survived an early scare after Lee Farrell got Horsham of to a dream start. The Striker capitalized on a defensive mistake to chip Dorus De Vries in the Swansea goal on 19 minutes

Darren Pratley leveled than 2 minutes later only to see his equaliser cancelled out by Farrell following a uncharacteristic mistake by De Vries.

Leon Britton fired Swansea back into the game on 38 minutes

Goals from Jason Scotland and Ferrie Bodde just before half time saw Swansea go into the break with 4-2 lead.

After the break Swansea looked a more composed side , goals on the 56th minute by Andy Robinson and Warren Feeney in the 79th minute; saw Swansea book a date with Blue Square South outfit Havant & Waterlooville in the 3rd round of the FA Cup.

Full report to come.




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