Swans secured a superb away win against Sherborne Town Reserves in The Jewson Dorset Premier League.
The first half proved to be an even affair with few chances created, however Ocean Smith missed the target and Swans keeper, Taylor Hibbs, produced a great save to maintain the clean sheet. The impressive Jake Streams nearly broke the deadlock with a great run and shot but was denied by Sherborne keeper Sam Hollund. It was the turn of Swans keeper Hibbs to make a miraculous save to deny Sherborne striker Spence Crampton. H.T 0-0.
Swans broke the deadlock on 55 minutes, Will Prior firing home following good work from Ocean Smith and Aaron Merredew. The hosts equalised when the Swans defence failed to clear and Keaton Cooper was on hand to fire home. Swans regained the lead when Will Prior completed his brace for the second consecutive week with a good finish following a pass from Jack Hughes. The Swans were rescued by Jack Goldsack with a last ditch tackle to deny the Sherborne forward Crampton. Home keeper Holland rescued his side with a great save to deny Jack Hughes and at the other end Spence Frampton missed a golden chance from close range.
A well deserved 3 points for the revitalised Swans who have won 3 of their last 4 outings and secured an 11th place finish with one game to play.