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Bray 0 - Wolves 4

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Eastwood off the mark

Wolves thumped home 4 second half goals to secure a win on their opening game in Ireland. Matt Murray made his comeback from injury in the game. The team for the opening period

Murray Edwards Ward Breen Mulgrew Jarvis Henry Potter Ward Keogh Eastwood.

The first half remained goalless. Darren Ward again impressed with a commanding display at the back. Mick McCarthy rang the changes for the second half with Kightly, Bothroyd, Craddock, Gleeson and N Collins replacing Breen, Keogh, Ward, Ward and Potter. Wolves then finally found their scoring touch and it was Freddie Eastwood that scored the first. The 2nd came from Bothroyd with an impressive long range lob. Bothroyd grabbed his second soon after and the scoring was wrapped up by Freddie Eastwood.




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Writer: Stuart H Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 18 2007

Time: 9:52PM

Your Comments

good to see freddie getting a couple.... and murray back in the action...happy days
RugeleyWolf
Nice start for Freddy. Sounds like an Eastwood-Bothroyd partnership has some legs
Stuart Smith
Game was a bit dull until Bothroyd came on. He changed it all with a storming 30 appearance.
WolfMan75
I think it's demonstrated the benefits of having two goalscoring strikers up top, and not simply a hitman and provider. Its early days yet, but I can see the pair of them terrifying defences
Stuart Smith
I still think there has to be regular place for Keogh...
astraltrader
 

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