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Newport County 1 - Swansea City 0

Newport Stadium

19th December

Attendance: 819

Newport 1-0 Swansea

Swansea City have been knocked out of the FAW cup by Newport County after Charlie Griffin's 92nd minute strike.

County's top goal scorer Griffin added to his tally for the season and ended the leuage one leaders's hopes of a mouthwatering tie over arch rivals Cardiff City in the Semi final of Welsh football's flaghship club competition.

Swansea City midfeilder Joe Allen was booked early on in the first half.

Full Report to follow...

Newport County: Glyn Thompson, James Simpson, Damon Searle, Nathan Davies, Lee Jarman, Ian Hillier, Jason Bowen, Lee Fowler, Charlie Griffin, Craig Hughes, Richard Evans.

Swansea City: David Knight, Alan Tate, Kevin Austin, Kevin Amankwaah, James Burgin, Shaun McDoanld, Kris O'Leary, Chris Jones, Andrea Orlandi, Darryl Duffy, Joe Allen.




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Writer: sbrjack Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 19 2007

Time: 9:24PM

Your Comments

what the hell has gone wrong there then? that was an excelletn opportunity to pick up a nice 100k. Never mind, as long as we keep it up in the league.
KevinE
Gutted! But Kev is right, the league is our top priority.
Czech_Jack
 

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