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Lillywhites hold Cardiff Under-23s

By Gareth Rowett 26th July 2017

Lillywhites hold Cardiff Under-23s
GREAT OCCASION: Cardiff City Under-23s and St Austell line up before the kick-off

ST AUSTELL gave a great account of themselves as they held full-time professional side Cardiff City Under-23s to a 2-2 draw at Poltair Park. More than 400 packed at a rain-sodden St Austell ground and they were treated to an exciting pre-season friendly which saw the Lillywhites twice come from behind to level, with Martin Watts’ set...

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