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STFC: Reserves Hit Four Past Argyle

Swindon Town Reserves opened their campaign by brushing Plymouth Argyle Reserves aside by four goals to nil this afternoon.

Argyle included several experienced players in their line-up with former Town favourite Rory Fallon partnering Bradley Wright-Phillips up front. Others included Karl Duguid, Roman Larrieu and Marcel Seip.

Goals from Manchester City David Ball, former Argyle kid Sean Morrison, Thomas Dossevi and youngster Josh Parsons sealed a 4-0 win.

SWINDON TOWN4

Ball '36

orrison '54

ossevi '58

arsons '80

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 0

STFC: Jakub Jesionkowski; Nathan Thompson, Will Evans, Sean Morrison, Callum Kennedy; Billy Bodin, Simon Ferry, Michael Timlin (capt.),David Ball (Said '84); Vincent Pericard (Parsons '72), Thomas Dossevi

Substitutes: Leigh Bedwell (GK), Seb Broomfield, Abdul Said, Dan Evans, Josh Parsons

PAFC: Roman Larrieu; Karl Duguid, Marcel Seip, Curtis Nelson, Conor Clifford; Craig Noone, Dean Parrett, Chris Clark (capt.), Sean Kinsella (Stephens '55); Rory Fallon, Bradley Wright-Phillips (Young '75)

Substitutes: Jack Stephens, Luke Young, Matt Richard, Jed Harper-Penman, Ollie Chenoweth

Referee: M Bingham



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Date:Tuesday August 17 2010

Time: 4:36PM

 

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