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Johnstone's Paint Trophy

St. James Park

06/10/09

Attendance: 2006

Referee: East

Exeter CitySwindon Town
Fleetwood ('90+2)McNamee (17)
Andy Marriott     Phil Smith    
Steve Tully     76 Kevin Amankwaah    
Troy A-Henville     Gordon Greer    
Matt Taylor     Scott Cuthbert    
Daniel Seabourne     Lescinel J-F    
James Dunne     67 J-P McGovern    
Bertie Cozic     Jonathan Douglas    
Liam Sercombe     Michael Timlin    
Barry Corr     46 Anthony McNamee    
Richard Logan     Alex Revell     69
Adam Stansfield     Ben Hutchinson     88
Substitutes
Scott Golbourne     46 Lee Peacock     69
Ben Watson     David Lucas    
Stuart Fleetwood     67 Charlie Austin     88
Neil Saunders     76 Sean Morrison    
Joe Burnell     Alex Henshall    
       
       
Game Statistics
13
Goal Attempts
10
7
On Target
3
8
Corners
9
14
Fouls
10
1
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
50
%
50
Comments...
Penalties

ECFC: Richard Logan (Scores)
STFC: J-P McGovern (Scores)
ECFC: Daniel Seabourne (Scores)
STFC: Michael Timlin (Scores)
ECFC: Matthew Taylor (Scores)
STFC: Gordon Greer (Scores)
ECFC: Neil Saunders (Misses)
STFC: Kevin Amankwaah (Scores)
ECFC: Stuart Fleetwood (Misses)

Swindon win 4-3 on penalties.

Writer:Nellup
Date:Tuesday October 6 2009
Time: 9:57PM

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Good to get through, shame about the late goal conceded though.
Nellup
06/10/2009 22:04:00
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