Llewellyn: We did enough to earn three points
26th January 2015
Chris Llewellyn thought the Under-21s did enough to warrant the three points after victory over Queens Park Rangers at Landore.
The Swans returned to the top of Development League Two South thanks to a goal in each half from top scorer Kenji Gorre.
The winger grabbed his first after just 12 minutes following a fine run and finish, before sealing the win midway through the second half after Rangers had equalised just minutes before.
The result also sees the Under-21s extend their unbeaten run to 12 league matches, and Llewellyn praised the squad's efforts.
"It was a difficult game for us," he said. "The way they set up was wide open and that allowed us to counter attack, but then they would counter attack us then.
"It ended up like a game of basketball with neither side having any real control.
"But I thought we did enough to win the game with the chances we had and it is another three points.
"The lads are aware of the situation and they follow all of the other results - but they are enjoying being top of the table.
"That was added incentive before the game and we are pleased to be there because it means the performances have been good."
Meanwhile, Matt Grimes played his first 90 minutes for the club after completing his move from Exeter earlier this month.
"He's got quality, everyone knows that," said Llewellyn. "He's trained with us for a few days and knows he needs to improve his match sharpness.
"But I thought he put a good shift in."