Date:Saturday January 8 2011
JORDAN PAVETT (Forward)
The 18 year old centre forward was a youth player at both Ipswich Town and Colchester United.
Unfortunately for Pavett, his two year scholarship with the U's ended when the entire squad was released due to a change of management.
Pavett describes himself as 'focused, athletic, fast and a good team player.
TYLER CAMPBELL (Midfielder)
Another 18 year old. Campbell started out with Histon and played once in the Blue Square Conference as a second half substitute in the 2-1 win at Rushden & Diamonds in 2008.
With first team opportunities limited at Histon, the midfielder joined Potters Bar Town where he suffered injuries.
Campbell has some pace and boasts that he 'beat the times of Aaron Lennon and Theo Walcott in Nike's competition 'who is the fastest' which proves I am not only fast off the ball but with it, although off the ball I sprint 100 meters in 10.52.'
GEORGE NASH (Midfielder)
A native of Wiltshire. The 19 year old former Chippenham Town player has represented with County at junior level.
Nash had unsuccessful trial spells at Swindon Town and Reading as a child.
He currently plays within the National Futsal league.
George Nash describe himself as possessing 'a strong work ethic and have the determination and will to win which is essential in any sport.'
The three players will now spend the week training with the Swindon Town team in a bid to win the 12 month professional contract.
The winner will be presented to the Town faithful on January 28th when Swindon welcome Exeter City to the County Ground.
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Date:Saturday January 8 2011
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