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Latics Reserves 2-1 Blackburn Reserves


Wigan Athletic reserves have made a good start to the current campaign, off the back of two draws against Liverpool and Sunderland Graham Barrows second string recorded their first win of the new season last night against Blackburn Rovers at Robin Park Arena when Callum McManaman and Jordan Rugg scored the goals in a 2-1 win.

With Pollitt, McArthur, DeRidder, Moses, Golobart and Steven Caldwell all starting the game there was a strong experienced feel about the Latics and when McManaman put the home side ahead on 21 minutes it looked like they would go on to score a few more.

Blackburn also had a few first teamers on show and it was them who scored next though to tie the game up at 1-1 on 64 minutes, determination though showed through and young Jordan Rugg popped up to tap home the ball after a rasping shot from McManaman had been parried by Bunn in the Blackburn goal.


Latics: Pollitt; Buxton, Golobart, S. Caldwell, Mustoe; Breeze, McArthur; Moses (Rugg, 60), Redmond, De Ridder; McManaman

Subs: Williams, Morris, Holt, Watson


Blackburn: Bunn; Lowe (O'Connor, 46), Morris, Gunning, Pearson, Linganzi, Emerton, Dunn (Potts, 55), Benjani, Nzonzi, Hoilett

Subs: Urwin, Parry, Aley

Scorers:
Latics - McManaman 21, Rugg 77 mins
Blackburn - Gunning 64

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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 15 2010

Time: 3:47PM

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Good start to the season by the Ressies
worbo
it shows the squad is stronger now,when we have some good players playing in the reserve team.great to see
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