Date:Thursday March 16 2006
131 people turned out at on a chilly March evening to watch Matt Murray complete another 90 minutes of competetive football, keeping a clean sheet in Wolves reserves victory over Middlesborough second string.
Wolves ran out 2-0 winners, with both goals coming courtesy of 'Boro skipper Matthew Bates. The first an outright own goal, and teh second by nature of a heavy deflection that left 'Boro 'keeper Carson, leaving him no chance.
Wolves were worthy winners and fielded a strong side featuring not only Murray, but Leon Clarke Vio Ganea and Ki Hyeon Seol.
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