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Swindon Town 1 - Queens Park Rangers 1

County Ground, Swindon

Tuesday 12 December 2006

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Swindon Town 1 - QPR 1

Swindon Town advance to the 4th Round of the FA Youth Cup after a dramatic win on penalties 9-8 at the County Ground.

Both teams went in level 1-1 at half time with Swindon's goal coming from Jake Hyde who had been involved in the first team over the weekend.

The game would remain deadlocked at 1-1 and go to a Penalty shootout, which Town would win 9-8.

Town will now play Yeovil Town at the County Ground in the 4th round with the date to be determined.




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Date:Wednesday December 13 2006

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