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RESERVES: STFC 0-0 Bristol City

RESERVES: STFC 0-0 Bristol City

Swindon Town Reserves drew 0-0 with Bristol City Reserves at the County Ground this afternoon.

It was a game with little goal action, Hamdi Razak had an effort ruled out for offside while Peter Styvar missing City's best chances.

Swindon Town: Callum Antell; Nathan Thompson, Patrick Kanyuka, Lecsinel Jean-Francois, Callum Kennedy; Jon-Paul McGovern, Lilian Nalis, Chris Allen, Mark Marshall; Ben Joyce, Hamdi Razak

Substitutes: Lloyd Macklin, Jake Hyde, Mark Hartmann, Andy Westall, Jamie Taylor

Bristol City: Steven Henderson, Darren Hennessy, Danny Ball, Joe Edwards, Chris Williams, Stern John, Scott Murray, Gavin Williams, Peter Styvar, Lee Trundle, Ashley Kingston

Substitutes: Marlon Jackson, Rob Stambolzien, Nick Dunne, Tom Bradley



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Date:Monday April 20 2009
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