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Rovers Reserves 1- Bolton 2


In what appeared to be a very tough encounter, Blackburn faced a highly experienced Bolton outfit featuring several first squad players.

This quality showed with Bolton going of to a flier with a 2-0 lead at the break. Nielson made a string of fine saves, keeping Blackburn in the game. With Bolton dominating the first half, Treacy was the key man for Rovers, with his darting runs and crosses providing our main source of attack. Sergio Peter was back in action, attacking from the flanks and through the middle.

The second half was brighter for Rovers, with a goal coming through O'Keefe bringing the score to 2-1. Treacy limping of the field was a sign of concern, with Mark Hughes watching from the stands, he surely must of come into consideration for a first team spot.

Rovers had a much better performance in the second half, but could not find the equaliser, going down, 2-1





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Writer: Sasman! Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 1 2008

Time: 3:27AM

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Outplayed by a highly experienced team, hopefully Treacy didnt pick up too much of a knock
sasman
Yeah it sounds like Treacy is making an impact again so let's hope the knock isn't serious. Plus I'm pleased that Peter got a mention.
roversman
Glad to hear other sides, apart from Boro, have exceptional young English talent coming through. Somebody has to, eh?
Boro 01
i really hope no one mentions the fact that treacy is irish and that peter is german oh crap!
durks de rover
Lolllllll, durks u beat me to it thanks for the post anyway boro
sasman
It does make you wonder where all the English talent is?
FreidelNo.1
hoepfully treacy will be alrite, did well against a very experienced side..
roverjoy
treacy sure does have a lot of talent, gamst is back in form so he will have to bide his time
sasman
Dont think losing is a major problem as Bolton had about 6 first teamers in there. The best performances came from Treacy and Peter... hopefully they might make an appearance for the first team soon enough??? especially Peter as we have missed him this season.
MikeyGamst
yea at least peter can keep gamst honest
sasman
 

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