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Rovers Reserves in Action

The Lancashire Seniors Cup was the focus for our reserves last night. After winning this competition last year, our boys planned to get of to a good start against the Morecambe squad.

And get of to a good start they sure did. Within the first ten minutes, our left-winger, Keith Treacy, slotting home a 20-yard screamer. This goal was nullified within moments as Morecambe were level through a Paul Jarvis equaliser.

From this moment on though, it was one-way traffic. A second from Treacy and goals from De Vita (I'll claim this lad before HDM does) and Rigters ensured a 4-1 lead at the interval. A De Vita second goal in the second half finished of the game on a wet, windy and cold Christie Park.

On a sour note, Rigters suffered a minor injury whilst challenging a tackle.

Rovers await their next victims in the second round of the Lancashire Seniors Cup.


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Writer:Sasman!
Date:Wednesday October 17 2007
Time: 11:59AM

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Sasman's official Vital Blackburn debut is here, nice one dude!
As for laying claim to De Vita, sorry dude you've missed that one too, roversman and I have been raving about him for a while too :) lol!
It's a good win, does anyone know how bad Rigters' injury is?!?!
Hughes Da Man
17/10/2007 12:03:00
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NOOOOO i missed out lol ah well il get the next one
sasman
17/10/2007 12:40:00
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Keep trying dude and you will get one lol!
Hughes Da Man
17/10/2007 19:59:00
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Errrr, Rafaele De Vita will have to be split 3 ways then lads as Ive had dibs on him ever since i registered :p Nice Article to start off Sas!!!
BomBom
19/10/2007 03:38:00
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We were 'ere before you though ;) lol!
Hughes Da Man
19/10/2007 11:40:00
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I claim Olsson or some1 fix my spelling, the kid is a gun, and will sure keep warnock on his toes. i have mentioned him before, so here u have it olsson is officially my prodigy
sasman
19/10/2007 15:05:00
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