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Sunderland Res 3 Bolton Res 0

Sunderland Res 3 Bolton Res 0


Sunderland`s first goal was scored by Roy O`Dovovan. The young Irish man received Halford`s trough ball to unleash a left foot drive into the corner of the net.

Sunderland were then awarded a spot kick when Dowson was fouled in the box. Harte coolly converted to make it two.

Sunderland then wrapped up the victory with a goal from Liddle.


Sunderland Reserves line up

Ward
Halford
Hartley
Kay
Harte
Dowson
Richardson (Colback 63)
Weir
Dennehy (Liddle 46)
Connolly (Waghorn 63)
O`Donovan

Editor Comment

Its nice to see the reserves doing so well I just wish I could say the same about the first team.

In my opinion it can`t be long before Harte makes his first start for us. He might just get his chance against West Ham with McShane facing a three game suspension. Its going to be interesting to see how Keane will change it.
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Writer:KEV1N
Date:Thursday October 11 2007
Time: 12:11AM

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Wish we could have a couple of scorelines like that for the first team
Macka
11/10/2007 19:51:00
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