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 Monday, 25 November, 2002, 08:23 GMT
York 2-1 Swansea
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Peter Duffield scored twice as York secured an FA Cup second-round match with Brentford.

The Swans thought they had done enough to earn a replay when Matt Murphy rose unchallenged to head home Andrew Mumford's corner 10 minutes from time.

But Duffield snatched a late winner, heading home Graham Potter's cross with two minutes left.

Duffield had fired City in front after 21 minutes even though Swansea dominated the opening stages.

The former Darlington forward rattled home Darren Edmondson's cross at the near post from just inside the area.

York could have stretched their lead after 56 minutes when John Parkin's superb 25-yard lob hit the crossbar moments after Duffield had been denied by Roger Freestone.

Parkin had earlier spurned two one-on-ones with Freestone at the end of the first half.

James Thomas, on the other hand, had plenty of chances for the Swans but lacked the killer touch in front of goal.

He tested Alan Fettis with a stinging volley and should have headed home Mumford's free-kick after 68 minutes.


York: Fettis, Hobson, Brass, Smith, Edmondson, Bullock, Brackstone, Potter, Nogan, Duffield, Parkin. Subs: Wood, Fox, Collinson, Wise, Jones.

Swansea: Freestone, Evans, Jason Smith, Theobald, Howard, Jenkins, Phillips, Mumford, Murphy, Wood, Thomas. Subs: O'Leary, Watkin, Williams, Lacey, De-Vulgt.

Referee: R Olivier (Sutton Coldfield).

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