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Reserves Beaten At The Death

A last gasp effort from Aldershot substitute Danny Hylton defeated an attack minded Rangers side at Loftus Road on Tuesday afternoon.

The Shots included many first team players and former Rangers pair Leroy Griffiths and Lewis Hamilton but will go home knowing a victory was a little fortunate.

Rangers enjoyed plenty of possession throughout the match but found themsevles 1-0 down after only three minutes through Hassan Suliamin.

But it was young Rangers 'STARLET' Scott Donnelly who equalised with a beautiful free-kick which he curled round the wall from 25 yards.

Kirk Hudson then rounded young keeper Sean Thomas to hand the lead back to the Shots before Sammy Youssouf once again pegged them back.

The goal followed more impressive work from young Donnelly before Youssouf curled a lovely effort past the Shots keeper on 79 minutes.

But with the scores level it was Hylton who won the match for the visitors and to hand Rangers Reserves with a second defeat on the spin.

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Date:Tuesday March 14 2006

Time: 5:36PM

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Donnelly again proves his worth with a fine free-kick and an impressive run before setting up Sammy Youssouf... this boy looks class!
markohaire
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14/03/2006 17:36:00

OK, OK Mark! I take the point about Scottie! Don't shout it too loud though or the scouts will be round!!!
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14/03/2006 17:45:00

 

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