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Swindon Town 4 - Brentford 1

County Ground, Swindon

4 September 2007

Attendance: 3,118

Swindon 4, Brentford 1

Swindon Town advanced to the second round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy after winning 4-1 at home with goals from Simon Cox, Ibon Arrieta and 2 from Chris Blackburn at the County Ground this evening. MORE TO FOLLOW TOMMORROW EVENING

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Chris Blackburn - Swindon Town debut looked great and scored 2 goals whilst playing as Captain. Another fantastic Paul Sturrock signing.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 4 2007

Time: 11:28PM

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APG_STFC
Don't know what happened there on my previous comment ..... good win by our reserves...
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