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#ThrowbackThursday: May 21, 1989


Swansea City 5-0 Kidderminster Harriers
Vetch Field, May 21, 1989
The Swans guaranteed themselves European football after a 5-0 demolition of Kidderminster Harriers in the Welsh Cup final at the Vetch.
Goals from striker Bryan Wade, Robbie James, Paul Raynor, Tommy Hutchinson and Steve Thornber wrapped up a convincing win for Ian Evans' side.
This victory saw the Swans end six seasons without European football, with the club qualifying for the Cup Winners Cup.
In the league, the Swans finished 12th in the Third Division - 11 points off the play-off spots.

SWANS: L. Bracey, P. Raynor, C. Coleman, A. Melville, A. Knill, R. James, S. Thornber, A. Davies, T. Hutchinson, B. Wade, D. Lewis.

Attendance: 5,100




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