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Stiffs Murder Foxes

It's win number ten of the season, as Forest reserves continue their defence of the Pontins League title in fine style. The stiffs ran out 4-0 winners against Leicester City, to remain unbeaten so far this campaignn and stay top of the league.

Forgotten striker Scott Dobie bagged two goals, with the others coming from Ben Fairclough and Ryan Whitehurst. New signing Richard Tait got his first run out for the Reds. Even Neil Lennon, playing against his former club nearly got on the score sheet!

The only down side to the game was the withdrawal of striker Grant Holt, who was taken off injured in the second half. The match report on the official site says he's a doubt for the game against Port Vale on Saturday.




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Date:Tuesday December 18 2007

Time: 7:11PM

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