HoylandOwl Posted April 4, 2022 Share Posted April 4, 2022 https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/sport/football/news/bailey-cadamarteri-sheffield-wednesday-swansea-23589434 A youthful-looking Sheffield Wednesday Under-23s side staged a stunning late fightback to secure a 2-2 draw at Swansea City today. The Owls, who gave run-outs to trialists Will Couch and Bobby Dunn, trailed two nil at half-time after goals from Swans defenders Joe Thomas and Tivonge Rushesha. But Neil Thompson's side reduced their arrears with 10 minutes remaining at the Swansea.com Stadium courtesy of Liam Waldock. The midfielder is among nine players who has been told they can move on at the end of their current Wednesday deals. Swansea finished the contest with 10 men. Ben Erickson was stretchered off the field and they had made all three of their allocated substitutions. Hot prospect Bailey Cadamarteri, the son of former Everton striker Danny, volleyed home in the 85th minute to ensure the Owls left South Wales with a point. Wednesday had Paulo Aguas sent off deep into added on time. The left-sided player picked up a second yellow card following a poor challenge on Yan Dhanda. Wednesday U23s: Charles, Dawodu, Galvin, Waldock, Agbontohoma, Ashman, Couch (Glover 71), Dunn, Cadamarteri, Zottos (Davidson 80), Aguas. Unused subs: Hall, Fusire, Maltby. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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