Date: 10th October 2007 at 4:11pm
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A young Swansea City Reserves side lost 2-0 today away at Plymouth Argyle.

Owain Tudur-Jones played a full 90 minutes while Darren Way played 68 minutes before being replaced by Ashley Richards.

David Knight started in goal while Matty Collins and Shaun MacDonald were the other senior players to start.

The young defence was up against former Swan Rory Fallon who started up front with Ashley Barnes.

We struggled early on and didn’t get out first attempt until 15 minutes in. Tudur-Jones hit a volley that flew just wide of the post.

David Knight was forced into action at the other end and pulled off a tremendous finger-tipping save to deny Moult.

We did well to finish the half still goalless as Argyle were piling on the pressure.

Moult got their first around the hour mark before Jimmy lobbed the keeper to add a second.

Argyle (4-4-2): 1 Lloyd Saxton; 2 Dan Gosling, 4 Gary Sawyer, 5 Mathias Kouo-Doumbe, 3 Martin Watts, 7 Jake Moult, 6 Nadjim Abdou, 8 Luke Summerfield (capt), 11 Dan Smith; 9 Rory Fallon, 10 Ashley Barnes (16 Jarred Stevens 81).

Substitutes (not used): 13 Michael Misiewicz (gk), 14 Shane White, 15 Shane Duggan, 17 Toby Davis.

Swansea (4-5-1): 30 David Knight; 2 Daniel Sheehan, 4 Karl Keogh, 5 David Kingdom, 3 James Burgin; 11 Dion Chambers, 6 Owain Tudur-Jones, 8 Matthew Collins, 7 Darren Way (12 Ashley Richards 68), 10 Shaun MacDonald; 9 Matthew Wright.

Substitutes (not used): 13 David Cornell, 14 Ben Adelsbury, 15 Joe Harris.