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 Tuesday, 22 October, 2002, 20:48 GMT 21:48 UK
Stevenage 2-1 Swansea
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Swansea were knocked out of the LDV Vans Trophy in the first round by Conference side Stevenage.

The Third Division side took the lead in first-half injury time through James Thomas' header.

Thomas almost grabbed a second 10 minutes into the second half, but his six-yard volley came back off the woodwork.

That miss proved crucial, as two goals in three minutes from Kirk Jackson and Richard Pacquette turned the game on its head.

Swansea pushed forward hoping to take the game into extra time.

But it was Stevenage who came closest to scoring again, Michael Blackwood seeing his 30-yard curler come back off the woodwork with five minutes left.


Stevenage: Westhead, Travis, Trott, Stirling, Fraser, Louis Riddle, Howell, Wormull, Blackwood, Jackson, Pacquette. Subs: Sigere, Wilson, Williams, Jamie Campbell, Boyd.

Swansea: Freestone, Jones, O'Leary, Theobald, Howard, Cash, Lacey, Jenkins, Reid, Thomas, Wood. Subs: Murphy, Marsh, Jackson.

Referee: P Walton (Northamptonshire).

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