Date:Tuesday September 15 2009
Three goals in ten first half minutes was enough to give Southampton Reserves the win at Hungerford this evening.
The Saints included former Town loanee Lee Holmes and veteran Tunisian international Radhi Ja´di in their line-up.
It was Town who took the lead through Craig Easton after 16 minutes after a through ball from Michael Timlin.
Peacock had an opportunity to score on his return but was unsuccesful before Saints equalised through Senegal international Papa Waigo N'Diaye (on loan from Fiorentina) after 29 minutes who fired in from just inside the penalty box.
This sparked a good 10 minutes for Southampton as Chelsea loanee Jacob Mellis after he pounced on Jesionkowski's fumbled block.
Simon Gillett made it 3-1 after 39 minutes after he captialised on the Swindon defences inability to clear the ball.
After several efforts from both sides, the only goal in the second half went to Swindon in the form of an own goal by Southampton 2nd year scholar Ryan Tafazolli
Swindon Town Reserves 2-3 Southampton Reserves
Swindon: Jakub Jesionkowski, Nathan Thompson, Sean Morrison, Elliott Knight, Callum Kennedy, Lloyd Macklin (Jordan Record), Craig Easton, Michael Timlin, Mark Marshall, Lee Peacock, Billy Bodin
SNU: Callum Antell, Mark Hartmann, Tom Ryan & Seb Broomfield.
Southampton: Tommy Forecast, Sam Argent, Lee Molyneux (Ryan Tafazolli), Anthony Pulis, Olly Lancashire, Radhi Ja´di (Garyn Preen), Jacob Mellis, Papa Waigo N'Diaye, Matthew Patterson, Simon Gillett, Lee Holmes.
SNU: Jamie White, Jack Dovey, Callum McNish.
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Date:Tuesday September 15 2009
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