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Coca-Cola League One

St. Mary's

17/03/10

Attendance: 20752

Referee: Mr. Hill

SOUTHAMPTONSWINDON TOWN
Austin 56'
Kelvin Davis     Phil Smith    
Dan Harding     Scott Cuthbert     37
Wayne Thomas     71 Alan Sheehan    
Radhi Jaïdi     Gordon Greer    
José Fonte     Stephen Darby    
Jason Puncheon     Jonathan Douglas    
DEan Hammond     71 Jon-Paul McGovern    
Schneiderlin     Simon Ferry    
Adam Lallana     Mark Marshall    
Rickie Lambert     Danny Ward     82
Lee Barnard     61 Charlie Austin    
Substitutes
Papa Waigo N'Diaye     61 Lescinel J-F     37
Bartosz Białkowski     Jakub Jesionkowski    
David Connolly     71 Matt Ritchie     82
Lloyd James     71 Michael Timlin     86
Paul Wotton     Craig Easton    
Adam O-Chamberlain     Nathan Thompson    
Danny Seaborne     Billy Bodin    
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
7
6
On Target
4
7
Corners
4
11
Fouls
14
2
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
1
53
%
47
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Date:Wednesday March 17 2010
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