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STFC: Hereford United 1-4 Swindon Town

Swindon Town played Hereford United this evening at Edgar Street with a Final Score of HEREFORD UNITED 1-4 SWINDON TOWN.

Spare a thought for the French triallist Yoann Arquin who was subbed after only 9 minutes due to injury.

Lescinel Jean-Francois was brought down to earn a penalty and David Ball converted the spot kick after 11 minutes.

Daniel Stretford levelled for the home side shortly before the break.

H-T: 1-1.

Town's new look second half squad restored their lead when sub Keirnan Hughes-Mason was hauled down by Ryan Green. The Millwall triallist converted from the spot to make it 2-1 to Swindon.

The third was scored but, who else, Charlie Austin who executed a Jonathan Douglas cross.

However, Town were not finished as a Nathan Thompson cross was headed home by Hughes-Mason, earning himself a brace.

F-T: 1-4 (Swindon)

HUFC: Daniel Connor, Ryan Green, Mike Townsend, Janos Kovacs, Ryan Valentine, Daniel Stratford, O'Neil Thompson, Kenny Lunt, Sean Canham, Mathieu Manset, Stuart Fleetwood.

Subs: Adam Bartlett, Richard Rose, Sam Malsom, Kye Edwards, Kane McLaggon, Samba Kanoute, Karl Moore, Jamie Sheldon, Josh Knight.

STFC1: David Lucas, Kevin Amankwaah, Scott Cuthbert, Sean Morrison, Lescinel Jean-Francois, Michael Timlin, Jonathan Douglas, David Prutton, David Ball, Vincent Pericard, Yoann Arquin (Billy Bodin '9).

STFC2: Phil Smith, Kevin Amankwaah (Nathan Thompson '79), Scott Cuthbert, Lescinel Jean-Francois, Michael Rose, Billy Bodin (Keirnan Hughes-Mason 55'), Jonathan Douglas (Will Evans 85'), David Prutton (Alan O'Brien '66), Jon-Paul McGovern, David Ball, Vicnent Pericard (Charlie Austin '66)

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Writer: Nellup  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 16 2010

Time: 9:44PM

Your Comments

Wilson claims to be no impressed by defending but on a positive note we are doing a good job at the other end of the pitch
shaunfire
Absolutely. A lot of work to be done, hopefully the Austria trip will sort some stuff out.
Nellup
lets hope pericard hits form as i recon once his confidence comes he will rattle them in, just seems to be doing nothing for us just now
shaunfire
 

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