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Oxford United 2, Swindon Town 1

Oxford United 2, Swindon Town 1

Swindon Town's youth team were beaten by local rivals Oxford United in a fluke 2-1 victory Saturday in the morning prior to Town's 1-0 defeat to Lincoln.

Scott Doe scored the only goal for Swindon Town.

Swindon Town Under 18's: James Roberts, Andy Westall, Callum Kennedy, Scott Doe, Tom Evans, Alex Rigley, Lloyd Macklin (Joyce 65), Chris Fower (Hyde 76), Luke Hopper, Kurt Hammond, Sam Morris

Substitutes: Jake Hyde, Jake Parrott, Fraser Joyce


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Sunday October 29 2006
Time: 2:43PM

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Bad day at the office that day - me thinks...
APG_STFC
29/10/2006 14:47:00
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Ah well lets hope we get the senior team in the FA Cup 2nd round.
STFC_Editor
29/10/2006 14:50:00
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I hope we get you too as it would be nice beating you live on TV again!
marksennett
01/11/2006 12:52:00
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Lol swindons down slide will be a joy to watch MK ARMY
the rodge
01/11/2006 14:45:00
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I seem to remember rodge proudly saying how MK Donuts were going up the league a while ago...hmmm seems they've in fact gone down the ladder a tad. We've got a reason for indifferent performances...whats your excuse this time rodge..surely not the penalty crap again or the bad refs or injuries ...yawn the story goes on - like him !
APG_STFC
01/11/2006 18:37:00
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