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City warm-up for Europe with Buckley win
- Published on Saturday, 02 July 2011 17:12
- Written by Super User
The Citizens were watched by their second qualifying round opponents HJK, who sent a scout over from Helsinki for the game.
Jamie Brewerton headed the visitors into the lead from a Peter Hoy long throw after half an hour, with Les Davies quickly adding a second with a 15-yard strike.
Half time substitute Sion Edwwards headed home an Eddie Jebb cross three minutes after the break before two of City's new signings were in the thick of the action.
Goalkeeper Lee Idzi saved an Anthony Williams penalty on the hour after Michael Johnston had tripped a Bucks' player, before ex-FC United of Manchester striker Kyle Wilson added the fourth goal.
Llanelli were also in pre-Europe action ahead of their Europa League clash with Tbilisi or Milsami, beating Bridgend Street 5-1.
The Reds were kept at bay until just after half-time when Rhys Griffiths, who will miss the European game through suspension, got the first of a hat-trick.
Jason Bowen soon grabbed the second and, after Robbie Fowler - brother of Neath star Paul - had pulled a goal back, Griffiths twice headed home from Ryan Batley crosses.
Batley's late shot came off the bar for trilaist and ex-Swansea City player Jordan Prosser to add the fifth.
Karl Murray and Ben Hoult scored second-half goals as Prestatyn Town went down 5-2 at home to North West Counties League outfit AFC Liverpool at Bastion Road.