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Corr Blimey!

Corr Blimey!

Young Owls striker Barry Corr netted his first competative goal on-loan at Bristol City as the Robins came from behind to defeat Leyton Orient in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Wednesday night.

The Irishman made his first start for Gary Johnson's men since moving to Ashton Gate on a one-month loan deal and duly struck a 71st minute levelled which saw City go on to win the tie 3-1.

Johnson told the official Bristol City site: 'It was a great for Barry Corr to get his first-ever senior goal and he showed real persistence to make it for himself by charging down the keeper.'

The former Leeds academy product has already made a substitute appearance for the Robins after leaving Hillsborough in search of much-needed first team action to give him first-team experience.

And with his first team opportunities hampered at Hillsborough it's possible Corr could remain at Ashton Gate for a further two months if he continues to impress.

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Writer:Nick
Date:Thursday November 2 2006
Time: 9:00AM

Comments

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Wahay, you used THE headline!
Auckland Owl
02/11/2006 04:03:00
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Come on, I coulnd't NOT use it :)
nickswfc
02/11/2006 09:14:00
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another striker that can score for other teams but not for us
100%owl
02/11/2006 17:14:00
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Good for him
Tigerphil
03/11/2006 15:02:00
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