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Exeter City 0, Swindon Town 1

Exeter City 0, Swindon Town 1

Swindon Town beat Exeter City this afternoon at St. James Park thanks to a goal from Michael Pook.

Exeter City 0, Swindon Town 1 (Pook '59)

Team Line-ups

Exeter City: Andy Marriott; Rob Edwards, George Friend (Richardson 73), Matt Taylor (Gill 79); Steve Tully, Liam Sercombe, Andy Taylor, Jamie Mackie (Stamp), Dean Moxey; Richard Logan (Elam 64), Adam Stansfield (Basham 64)

Swindon Town: Phil Smith; Miguel Comminges, Jerel Ifil, Hasney Aljofree (Chris Blackburn), Jamie Vincent; Christian Roberts, Michael Pook (Kurt Hammond 86), Steve Adams (Jack Smith 77), Sofiene Zaaboub (Craig Easton); Blair Sturrock (Joyce 86), Kaid Mohamed (Ibon Arrieta 58)

Attendance: 1,375

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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday August 4 2007
Time: 4:58PM

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