#ThrowbackThursday: March 12, 2005

12th March

Swansea City 2-2 Rochdale
Coca-Cola League Two - Saturday, 12 March 2005
The Swans were denied victory at the Vetch Field as Rickie Lambert salvaged a point for Rochdale in stoppage time. 
Grant Holt opened the scoring for the visitors as Matt Gilks' long clearance found Paul Tait, who played in the striker to slot past Willy Gueret.
The home side were soon reduced to 10 men as Lee Trundle was sent off following a late challenge, while the visitors also saw red when Paul Tait was dismissed for lashing out at Kevin McLeod. 
Andy Gurney levelled for the Swans shortly after the break, before Grant Holt headed into his own net to put Swansea ahead. 
However, Lambert claimed a point for Rochdale as he equalised from close range in added time. 

SWANS: Gueret, O'Leary, Ricketts, Austin, Iriekpen, Gurney, Bean (Martinez, 73), Forbes (Forbes, 83), McLeod (Robinson, 82), Trundle, Connor. 

ROCHDALE: Gilks, Clarke, Griffiths, Goodall, Gallimore (Brisco, 89), Jones, Warner (Cooksey, 60), Bertos (McGivern, 71), Lambert, Tait, Holt.

Attendance: 6,804