Swans senior football side always in control despite narrow margin.CHALPAT SONTI July 23, 2014 3:19am
It’s probably a mark of Avenel’s maturity as a football side that the Swans are now finally starting to win games they would probably have lost in the past.
And they did it again on Saturday, scraping home with a nine-point win at Violet Town, the side’s first win there for some time. It’s a win that keeps Avenel in fifth place on the KDFL ladder.
Despite the scoreboard, the Swans controlled the game and squandered more than few chances to win by a lot more.
That was even though missing the likes of suspended midfielder Don Stirling, centre half back Grant Hateley, veteran wingman Stef Potts and Matt Dundon, whose comeback from a shoulder injury only lasted five minutes before he suffered a hamstring complaint.
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