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Narrow Win for Royals

Reading started pre-season in style with an easy 9-0 victory in their annual friendly at Didcot Town.

Didcot's team included former Reading man Neville Roach, but they never came close to getting anything out of the game as the Royals romped to victory.

There were nine different scorers in the game, including one from Reading fan Simon Holloway, who had earned the right to play following a winning bid at a recent fans auction.

The Royals were 3-0 up at the break following goals from Robson Hal-Kanu, Leroy Lita and Kevin Doyle.

Following 11 changes at half time, Dave Kitson, Shane Long, Bobby Convey, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Holloway and Simon Church all got on the score sheet to complete a satisfactory afternoon for the Royals.




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The Journalist

Writer: Chris Kitley Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday July 12 2008

Time: 5:00PM

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Nice little place Didcot - the power station apart
codbater
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13/07/2008 09:20:00

So, are you about to have a return first time season or not ?
C T E
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13/07/2008 14:06:00

Whats wrong with the Power Station?
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13/07/2008 21:17:00

didcott town hardly Man U or chelsea are they another season fighting regulation to come.
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23/07/2008 08:21:00

 

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