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Trialist To Play In Reserves Match

Irish trialist Conor Sinnott will play for the Reading reserves this afternoon in a behind closed doors game v Bristol City.

The 19 year old midfielder is currently in his 3rd week of a trial. He is a former Irish youth international who played for Bray Wanderers in the Eircom League but is available in a free should Reading decide to sign him.

Reserves manager Brian McDermott told the official site:

'The gaffer wanted us to have a game because a few of the lads need a full 90 minutes. I spoke to City because they're always a good club to play against and it gives us a chance to look at Conor. He's done alright in training and we need to see him in a game. He's done fine considering he's got no experience at this level, he's been training with our first team and he's a smashing lad as well.'

Also playing are: Graham Stack, Chris Makin, Stephen Hunt, Sekou Baradji, John Oster and Eric Obinna.

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Date:Tuesday November 8 2005

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'The gaffer wanted us to have a game because a few of the lads need a full 90 minutes. I spoke to City because they're always a good club to play against and it gives us a chance to look at Conor. He's done alright in training and we need to see him in a game. He's done fine considering he's got no experience at this level, he's been training with our first team and he's a smashing lad as well.' Also playing are: Graham Stack, Chris Makin, Stephen Hunt, Sekou Baradji, John Oster and Eric Obinna. **Have you got what it takes to run this site? Or do you run an existing site and want to move over to the exciting Vital Network? If so, press on the advert and get Vitalled!**
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