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Football: Unsworth just in time; Bury 2 Yeovil 1.

BATTLING Bury grabbed their second successive win thanks to a late winner from Lee Unsworth.

He headed home just two minutes after 18-year-old league debutant Stephen Reed was sent off. Reed, cautioned in the opening period, picked up his yellow card from knocking over Gareth Seddon.

And the Glovers hadn't adjusted to dropping down to 10 men when Unsworth rose to meet Lee Connell's cross from the right.

It was rough justice on Yeovil, who took a 31st-minute lead through Jake Edwards.

Paul O'Shaughnessy equalised with a scrambled goal for Andy Preece's Bury three minutes later, but later blotted his copybook by collecting a 10th booking in 14 games.

Lee Duxbury cleared an effort off the line, keeper Glynn Garner made several vital stops while Gall missed a 61st-minute sitter.


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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:Nov 2, 2003
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