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Report: Reading U23s 4 Swans U23s 1

It was a disappointing afternoon for the young Swans, who were comfortably beaten at Hogwood Park.

The development side fell behind in the seventh minute, but responded well with George Byers equalising inside the opening quarter of an hour.

However, they struggled after the break, conceding three times as their opponents eventually ran out comfortable winners.


Swans: Gregor Zabret, Tyler Reid (Joe Lewis, 78), Aaron Lewis, Jack Evans, Cian Harries, Brandon Cooper, Dan James, Ryan Blair (Marco Dulca, 65), Courtney Baker-Richardson, George Byers (Trialist, 82), Liam Cullen (Oli Cooper, 43).

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