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Everton Res 1-4 Latics Res

Everton Res 1-4 Latics Res


Wigan Athletic reserves had a comfortable night in Widnes running out 4-1 winners against Everton reserves with two goals from Tomasz Kupisz and one each from Antonio Amaya and Tomasz Cywka.

Latics took the lead in the 13th minute following a clever pass from Rachid Bouaouzan which allowed Kupisz the opportunity to lob Turner in the Everton goal.

Antonio Amaya made it 2-0 on 24 minutes when following a corner he received the ball on the edge of the Everton box and hit a lovely volley into the back of the net.

Latics had further chances through Cywka, McManaman and Bouaouzan before Kupisz grabbed his second and Latics 3rd on 42 minutes when he thundered home a powerful volley.

Everton skipper Shane Duffy pulled a goal back on 65 minutes when he headed home but in all honesty the Latics were in total control and wrapped the game up when Tomasz Cywka slotted home in the 88th minute to make it 4-1 to Graham Barrows young side.

Everton Reserves 1
Duffy 65

Wigan Athletic Reserves 4
Kupisz 13, 42
Amaya 24
Cywka 88

The teams:

Wigan Athletic: Nicholls, Redmond, Mustoe, Amaya, Gohouri, Routledge, Cywka, Holt, Jupisz, McManaman, Bouaouzan.

Subs: Buxton, Morris, WIlliams, Jukes.

Everton: Turner, Thompson, Garbutt, Nsiala, Duffy, Wallace, Craig, Akpan, Forshaw, Baxter, McAleny.

Subs: Davies, Donegan, Bidwell, Murphy, Dobie.



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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Monday March 22 2010
Time: 9:40PM

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Looks like they are coming to a bit after a shakey start
worbo
22/03/2010 21:44:00
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Hopefully we'll see the polish lads get a chance to play if we can secure safety or some games a bit earlier than we have been doing!
avantsweater
22/03/2010 23:53:00
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