A below-par performance costs Harries’ select eleven the game

GOALS from Andy Jenkins and Josh Walker secured a rare victory for the Cardiff University Intramural Football side at the annual Welsh Varsity match.IMG_2112

Swansea manager Owain Harries was disappointed after the defeat.

“It was a very tough game, we had a few chances in the first twenty minutes, and if we’d capitalised it would have been a completely different game.’’

This game was Harries’ last involvement with intramural football as he leaves Swansea in the summer.

“A lot of the boys will be in their final year so will be leaving and trials will be taking place again so who knows what talent could be unearthed.

“Dan Newberry will be in charge of the league and it will be interesting to see what he does for the team.’’

The game was clearly one that neither side wanted to lose, and so was quiet and nervy for long spells.

Changes were made at half-time, and Harries was pleased with the substitutes’ impact.

“Heads dropped slightly in the second half but the subs got stuck in.”

However, Cardiff were confident enough to see out their victory.


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