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Rio Cricket e Associação Atlética 1-3 Exeter

Exeter wrapped up our trip to Brazil this summer with a second pre season friendly win.

The final game of our tour brought a three one victory, and means that we complete this stage of our pre season preparations unbeaten beaten following goals by Jimmy Keohane, Matt Jay and Ollie Watkins.

Exeter however did trail at the break and had to come back strongly in the second half to secure the win.

With manager Paul Tisdale continuing to shuffle the pack to give as many players as possible good pitch time, he did however rest Jordan Moore-Taylor and Liam Sercombe for this match as both of them picked up slight knocks against Tupi.

For a full match report please click here.

It was a good run out though and Exeter did dominate large parts of the game, so the gaffer will have been pleased on a number of fronts, especially the chances we created on the day as the scoreline could've been slightly larger.


Pym, Dawson (Wheeler 6), Baldwin (Woodman 46), Coles (Bennett 46), Tillson, Watkins, Butterfield (Oakley 46), Davies (Dawson 60), Grimes (Luan 85), Jay (Tisdale 69), Nichols (Keohane 46).

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Sunday July 27 2014
Time: 7:24PM

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