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Huddersfield defeat Blackburn

As the topsy turvey football world of pre season friendlies continued last night, Huddersfield came off the back of a 3-0 drubbing by FL2 Rochdale to defeat Premiership Blackburn Rovers by 2-1 at the Galpharm.

Two goals by Luke Beckett, one shortly before the interval and another close to the end of the game, were enough to seal victory in a fine performance.
Roberts got a goal back for Rovers with virtually the last kick of the game.

Beckett certainly seems to be in the goalscoring groove, netting regularly already, encouragingly too Cadamarteri is playing well leaving the field to an ovation when substituted.


Town, Glennon, Hardy, Skarz, Mirfin, Clarke, Kamara, Schofield, Colins, Holdsworth (Worthington), Cadamarteri (Young), Beckett

Rovers, Brown (Enckleman), Ooijer, Warnock, Nelson (Kizanishvili), Samba (Henchoz), Tugay (Savage), Rigters (Derbyshire), Dunn (Mokoeba), Berner, Gallagher (Bentley), McCarthy (Roberts)


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Writer: Joe Brown Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 2 2007

Time: 7:26AM

Your Comments

it had to be so, lets pray beckett stays injury free.
VanMan
great result, come on town, championship here we come.
Terriers
Rovers had a good sie out, only friedel missing really, good confidance boost for the club.
Eddie01
boothy being out injured is a sign of things to come, need more cover up front, beckett gets injured at the same time, big trouble.
Towntalk
yes a good result, clarke played which is good news, and we even got the result with sinclair rested.
Hudders
Eddie01 - sorry fella but there was no Gamst either... plus the team was heavily substituted. 8 subs to 2... Well done though t'terriers.... Good Luck for the next season.
Ex Ewood Resident
Well done, dodgy referreing but still well done. The team wasn't full strenght no Bentley, Roberts, Gamst, Friedel, Savage, but still well done.
roverjoy
 

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