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Owls get maiden summer run-outs

Wednesday played their first pre-season friendly matches of the summer tonight, Tuesday, at Stocksbridge Park Steels and Sheffield FC respectively.

The Owls soared to a 4-0 victory against the Steels while Sheffield FC, managed by former Blade Curtis Woodhouse, held a second Wednesday team to a 1-1 draw.

The Owls squad was pretty much split down the middle for the friendly double-header but it was the team at Stocksbridge who enjoyed most success.

New signing Chris Maguire enjoyed a good run-out with a brace of strikes, while Gary Madine and youngster Patrick Antelmi also got on the scoresheet in a comfortable victory.

Chris O'Grady grabbed the Owls' goal in the draw at Sheffield FC, who levelled late on.

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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 17 2012

Time: 11:31PM

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went to stocksbridge last nite was'nt that impressed couple of players just not good enough reynolds d.jones m.jones very average plus point was the num 22 who came on 2nd half looked decent whoever he was
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18/07/2012 10:46:00

on another positive note O'Grady had a stormer against Sheffield FC. I'm a a bit concerned though whyb the other 10 + didn't I mean come on OGrady made the headlines on the back page of the Star for having a good game against SFC
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