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Elliott Godfrey on trial with Yeovil Town


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This is according to the fan website http://www.ciderspace.co.uk/ASP/news/news.asp

29 April 2004 : Reserves clip Swans second-string's wings

Yeovil Town reserves won their penultimate Pontins Holidays Combination League game of the season at the Vetch Field yesterday, beating Swansea City reserves 2-1. Glovers skipper Steve Reed scored both Yeovil goals, with Chad Bond replying for the home side.

The Glovers side comprised a mixture of youth team players, first team squad members and three triallists - Neil Sharpe, a central defender currently on Woking's books; central midfielder Sam Swonnell of Watford; and another Watford player, striker Elliott Godfrey. All three evidently impressed enough to be invited for further trials in the pre-season.

The Glovers second-string play their final match of the season in the Pontins Holidays Combination League on Tueday 4th May at Whaddon Road v Cheltenham Town reserves, 2pm kick-off.


Furthermore Yeovil Town is now in a playoff spot position for promotion to the English Second Division. There's a big game this Saturday against Hull City. A victory here will surely seal their hopes for a playoff spot.

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TeamTalk is also confirming the trial:


Trialists on show

Yeovil boss Gary Johnson fielded three trialists in the reserves' 2-1 victory against Swansea.

The Glovers ran the rule over midfielder Sam Swonell and striker Elliott Godfrey, who will be released by Watford in the summer.

Woking centre-back Neil Sharp was also given a run-out as Johnson looked towards strengthening his squad for next season.

Young defender Steve Reed scored both goals for a Town side featuring Nick Crittenden, Nathan Talbott, Adam Stansfield and on loan Woking keeper Ryan Northmore.

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